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100 1  Bankoff, Greg.|0
245 10 Breeds of empire :|bthe 'invention' of the horse in 
       Southeast Asia and Southern Africa, 1500-1950 /|cGreg 
       Bankoff and Sandra Swart, with Peter Boomgaard [and 
264  1 Copenhagen :|bNIAS ;|aAbingdon :|bMarston [distributor],
300    1 online resource (viii, 263 pages) :|billustrations, 
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490 1  NIAS studies in Asian topics ;|v42 
504    Includes bibliographical references (pages 219-248) and 
505 00 Machine generated contents note:|g1.|tBreeds of Empire and
       the 'Invention' of the Horse /|rSandra Swart /|rGreg 
       Bankoff --|tPart One --|g2.|tSoutheast Asia and Southern 
       Africa in the Maritime Horse Trade of the Indian Ocean, c.
       1800-1914 /|rWilliam Gervase Clarence-Smith --|g3.|tHorse 
       Breeding, Long-distance Horse Trading and Royal Courts in 
       Indonesian History, 1500-1900 /|rPeter Boomgaard --|g4.
       |t'Arab' of the Indonesian Archipelago: Famed Horse Breeds
       of Sumbawa /|rBernice de Jong Boers --|g5.|tJavanese 
       Horses for the Court of Ayutthaya /|rDhiravat na Pombejra 
       --|tPart Two --|g6.|tColonising New Lands: Horses in the 
       Philippines /|rGreg Bankoff --|g7.|tAdapting to a New 
       Environment: The Philippine Horse /|rGreg Bankoff --|g8.
       |tRiding High -- Horses, Power and Settler Society in 
       Southern Africa, c. 1654-1840 /|rSandra Swart --|g9.|t'Ox 
       That Deceives': The Meanings of the 'Basotho Pony' in 
       Southern Africa /|rSandra Swart --|g10.|t'Together yet 
       Apart': Towards a Horse-story /|rSandra Swart /|rGreg 
506    |3Use copy|fRestrictions unspecified|2star|5MiAaHDL 
520    "Ships of empire carried not just merchandise, soldiers 
       and administrators but also equine genes from as far 
       afield as Europe, Arabia, the Americas, China and Japan. 
       In the process, they introduced horses into parts of the 
       world not native to that animal in historical times. As a 
       result, horses in Thailand, the Philippine Horses, the 
       Cape Horse in South Africa and the Basotho Pony in the 
       mountain kingdom of Lesotho share a genetic lineage with 
       the horse found in the Indonesian archipelago." "This book
       explores the 'invention' of specific breeds of horse in 
       the context of imperial design and colonial trade routes. 
       Here, it focuses on the introduction, invention and use of
       the horse in Thailand, the Philippines and southern Africa
       as well as examining its roots and evolution within 
       Indonesia. In addition, it examines the colonial trade in 
       horses within the Indian Ocean and discusses the 
       historiographical and methodological problems associated 
       with writing a more species- or horse- centric history." 
       "This study will appeal not only to scholars but also to 
       the broad horse-reading public interested in all things 
       equine." --Book Jacket. 
533    Electronic reproduction.|b[S.l.] :|cHathiTrust Digital 
538    Master and use copy. Digital master created according to 
       Benchmark for Faithful Digital Reproductions of Monographs
       and Serials, Version 1. Digital Library Federation, 
       December 2002.|u
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588 0  Print version record. 
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650  0 Horses|0
650  0 Horses|0
       |zAfrica, Southern|0
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650  0 Horses|xBreeding|0
651  0 Southeast Asia|xEconomic conditions.|0
651  0 Southeast Asia|xForeign economic relations.|0http:// 
651  0 Africa, Southern|xEconomic conditions.|0
651  0 Africa, Southern|0
       sh85001653|xForeign economic relations.|0
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700 1  Swart, Sandra Scott.|0
700 1  Boomgaard, P.,|d1946-|0
776 08 |iPrint version:|aBankoff, Greg.|tBreeds of empire.
       |dCopenhagen : NIAS ; Abingdon : Marston [distributor], 
830  0 NIAS studies in Asian topics ;|0
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