The Sarawak Museum Journal, Vol. 4, Part 2, No. 13
pp. 131-222. rebound as hardcover, discoloration to hardcover, binding is loose between some pages, small tear at bottom edge of p. 193, acknowledgement letter pasted to original cover from Sarawak Museum (ex-Sarawak Museum copy). Articles: A new genus and species of Libellulinae from western Borneo (Odonata); The Muruts of Sarawak; Notes on Oya Milanos; List of fines of Land Dayaks of Lundu; List of fines and customs of Lundu and Sebuyow Dayaks; List of fines for Land Dayaks living in left hand branch of all the chiefs at Pengkalan Ampat in May, 1932; List of fines for Bukar Land Dayaks which includes: Munggu Babi, Lanchang, Jenan, Kakeng, Bahru, Tarad, Menyabet, Tian, Murut, Panchor, Ritu; Land Dayak fines list; Vocabulary of Land Dayak as spoken in Kampong Boyan, Upper Sarawak; Vocabulary of Sarawak Malay; Rainfall in Sarawak 0.0. Bookseller Inventory # UCB35X121312-2
Title: The Sarawak Museum Journal, Vol. 4, Part 2, ...
Publisher: The Sarawak Museum
Publication Date: 1933
Book Condition: Good
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