Asian Entreprenuerial Minorities: Conjoint Communities in by Christine Dobbin

By Christine Dobbin

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145. 53. Zuniga, Status of the Philippines, pp. 258, 276-277, 294, 299, 339. 54. , p. 67. 55. 'Internal political condition of the Philippines, 1842', BR 52, p. 64. 56. Zuniga, Status of the Philippines, pp. 38-41, 362-363. 57. Larkin, Sugar and Philippine Society, p. 43. 58. , p. 1. 59. , p. A. Larkin, The Pampangans. 47-48. 60. Larkin, Pampangans, p. 73. 61. , pp. 48-52, 74; Larkin, Sugar and Philippine Society, pp. 27, 33-34. 62. Larkin, Pampangans, pp. 52-56, 74; Larkin, Sugar and Philippine SOCiety, pp.

25. Wickberg, 'The Chinese Mestizo', pp. 63-65, 71. 26. De Benavides to Philip III, 5 Jul. 1603, BR 12, p. 109. 27. M. W. C. de Jesus (eds) , Philippine Social History: Global Trade and Local Transformations, Sydney/Manila, George Allen and UnwiniAteneo de Manila University Press, 1982, pp. 131-132, 134. 28. Quoted in Bernal, 'Chinese Colony', p. 61. 29. Roth, 'Church Lands', pp. 144-145. 30. Diaz-Trechuelo, 'Role of the Chinese', pp. 192-193. 31. L. Diaz-Trechuelo, 'The Economic Background', in A.

Comyn, State of the Philippines, pp. 39-40; Schurz, Manila Galleon, pp. 45, 167-169. 49. 'Bishop Salazar's Report', p. 129. 50. Phelan, Hispanization of the Philippines, pp. 72-73; Wickberg, The Chinese, pp. 178, 193. 51. Comyn, State of the Philippines, p. 72-73. 52. 145. 53. Zuniga, Status of the Philippines, pp. 258, 276-277, 294, 299, 339. 54. , p. 67. 55. 'Internal political condition of the Philippines, 1842', BR 52, p. 64. 56. Zuniga, Status of the Philippines, pp. 38-41, 362-363. 57. Larkin, Sugar and Philippine Society, p.

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