The Indian Ocean

@inproceedings{Pearson2003TheIO,
  title={The Indian Ocean},
  author={Michael N. Pearson},
  year={2003}
}
  • M. Pearson
  • Published 2003
  • History, Environmental Science
List of illustrations. Series editor's preface. Preface. Map of the Indian Ocean. Introduction. 1. Deep structure 2. Humans and the sea 3. The beginning of the ocean 4. Muslims in the Indian Ocean 5. Europeans in an Indian Ocean world 6. The early modern Indian Ocean world 7. Britain and the ocean 8. History in the ocean Notes. Select bibliography. Index. 

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