Europeans in Java in the early nineteenth century

@inproceedings{Niel1982EuropeansIJ,
  title={Europeans in Java in the early nineteenth century},
  author={Robert van Niel},
  year={1982}
}
The composition of the European group in early nine~ teenth-century Java was more diverse than one might imagine, for it legally included all Christians, many foreign Asians, and all Europeans'and ~ericans whatever their country of origin. No single ideology or purpose for being in Java united these people though it was clear to most of the group'~ members that they were a emaIl minority of the total population of Java. Politically, socially, and economical1y the European group was dependent on… CONTINUE READING

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