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Burmah and the Burmese: in two books Paperback – January 1, by Kenneth R. Mackenzie (Author) See all formats and editions Hide other formats and editionsAuthor: Kenneth R. Mackenzie. Burmah and the Burmese Hardcover – Febru by Kenneth Robert Henderson Mackenzie (Author)Cited by: 1.
Burmah and the Burmese Description: " Table Contents of Book I: CHAPTER I. Geographical sketch—Character of the country—Climate—The river Irawadi —The Petroleum Welh—The Salueu, &c. —Forests —Plants—Minerals—Animals—Races of Burraah—Character of the Burmese. Burmah and the Burmese [microform]: in two books by Mackenzie, Kenneth R.
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Thant Myint-U, who was born in New York City to Burmese parents, has spent his career dissecting the history, culture and politics of the country of his forebears, and this book is the culmination of that lifelong undertaking.
The River of Lost Footsteps: A Personal History of Burma attempts to explain the complexities of Burma’s social and political world, which can often seem esoteric to. Burmah and the Burmese book have briefly discussed this episode from the Burmese -- and Burmah Oil -- history in my chapter in a new book on Mining & Indigenous Peoples in Aspac, edited by Connel, Howitt, and Hirsch.
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This is not a book on "Burmah," but an account of my impressions of Burmah; therefore, for all matters concerning which I had no original impressions, such as its history, its public buildings, the scenery, the life and condition of the natives, its resources, and its future, I refer both the gentle and ungentle reader to the many books on the subject which have appeared during the past few years.
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II.?On the History ofthe Burmah Race. By Lieut-Colonel A. Phayee, C.B., Chief Commissioner of British Burmah. [Read Jan. 9th, ] The Chronicles of the Kings of Burma, called Maha Radza Weng, are preserved with great care.
Some years ago, the pre. sent writer was presented by the king of Burma with a complete copy of this national work. Books. this user's library Results of this user's library. Favorites () Reading now (1) Have read (0) 1st Afghan War (32) 1st Burma War (12) 1st Carnatic War (1) 1st China War (2) 1st Madras (European) Fusiliers (1) 1st Maratha War (0) 1st Mysore War (1) 1st Sikh War (8) 2nd Afghan War (1) 2nd Burma War (5).
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The Bombay-Burmah Trading Corporation's relations with the Mandalay authorities, which late in I presented British India with a casus belli, are carefully explained, but, as the author makes abundantly clear, the real cause of his downfall was Thebaw's flirtation with France.
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MEMOIR OF SARAH B. JUDSON MEMBER OF THE AMERICAN MISSION TO BURMAH NY () L. Colby.A great friend of mine had presented me with a most lovely gift, a Bambino, or Holy Child, carved out of ivory. It came, I believe, from Burmah, and the face was that of a Buddha ; on its head was a crown of gold, and there were also rings upon its fingers.