Sulu zone, 1768-1898

the dynamics of external trade, slavery, and ethnicity in the transformation of a Southeast Asian maritime state by James Francis Warren

Publisher: New Day Pub. in Quezon City

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  • Slave trade -- Philippines -- Sulu Archipelago -- History.,
  • Ethnology -- Philippines -- Sulu Archipelago.,
  • Sulu Archipelago (Philippines) -- History.,
  • Sulu Archipelago (Philippines) -- Commerce -- History.
  • Edition Notes

    StatementJames Francis Warren.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsDS688.S9 W37 1981, DS688.S9 W37 1985
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxxviii, 390 p. :
    Number of Pages390
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL18170570M
    ISBN 109711001713, 9711000725

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THE SULU ZONE: COMMERCE AND EVOLUTION OF A MULTI-ETHNIC POLITY, by Jim WARREN "It seems to me inaccurate to dispose of such Indonesian States as Palembang, Siak, Achin, or Johore with the qualifications corrupt despotisms, pirate states, and slave states, hotbeds of political danger and decay.

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Southeast Asia’s Global Economy, Climate and the Impact of Natural Hazards from the 10 th to the 21 st Centuries. Awards and grants. The Grant Goodman Prize in Historical Studies –. Salisipan are long and narrow war canoes, with or without outriggers, of the Iranun and Banguingui people of the were mainly used for piracy and for raids on coastal areas.

Salisipan resemble a long and narrow bangka that sit low on the water. They are propelled by rowers, steered by an oar at the stern, and are light enough to be hauled ashore.In the Name of the Battle against Piracy discusses antipiracy campaigns in Europe and Asia in the 16thth centuries.

Nine contributors argue how important antipiracy campaigns were for the establishment of a (colonial) state, because piracy was a threat not only to maritime commerce, but also to its sovereignty.The Sulu Zone, The Dynamics of External Trade, Slavery, and Ethnicity in the Transformation of a Southeast Asian Maritime State.

NUS Press. pp. –. ^ Reynaldo Clemeña Ileto (). Magindanao, The Career of Datu Utto of Buayan. Anvil Publishing, Inc. pp. 18–. ^ "Uncle Sam, the Moros, and the Moro Campaigns".