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References: Orang Asli bibliography 2001 (59): Appendix 2 (checklist 1921–1940)

Updated: Aug 30, 2023

From: Lye Tuck-Po, ed. 2001. Orang Asli of Peninsular Malaysia: A Comprehensive and Annotated Bibliography, CSEAS Research Report Series No. 88. Kyoto: Center for Southeast Asian Studies, Kyoto University.

II. Checklist of authors and periods

This bibliography’s style of organization does not give a good idea of chronology. For users wishing to look up references by time period, then, this appendix is offered as a checklist against the Topical Index and Name Index. Authors are grouped by the time period in which they live and work (which is not necessarily the time in which their studies were [are] published). The names of authors whose publication careers span more than one of the time sections will accordingly be duplicated. Organizations and institutions (e.g., government agencies, museums, etc.) are not listed here, though they are listed in the Name Index.
Adam, T.
Adams, T. S.
Ainsworth, Leopold
Baker, A. C.
Banner, Hubert Stewart
Barnard, R. C.
Browne, F. G.
Burkill, I. H.
Carrard, Louis
Carson, G. L.
Hugh Clifford

Clifford, Hugh
de Bondy, Vicomte
de Chasseloup-Laubat, Count
Evans, I[vor] H. N.
Forde, C. Daryll
Gimlette, John D.
Hodgkin, E.
Ishak b. Hj. Mohammed
Kolinski, Mieezyslaw
Lebzelter, V.
Linehan, William
Lloyd, R. J.
Middlebrook, S. M.
Mohd. Haniff
Nevin, H.
Noone, H[erbert] D[eane]
H. D. (Pat) Noone. He was only 36 at the time of his death

Ogilvie, C. S.
Porteus, S. D.
Poynton, J.
Rentse, Anker
Ross, A. N.
Saller, K.
Savage, H. E.
Schebesta, Paul
Strong, T. A.
Vlieland, C. A.
Wells, Carveth
White, Walter Grainge
Wilkinson, R[ichard] J[ames]
Windsor, C. J.
Winstedt, (Sir) R[ichard] O[lof]

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