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Título: Apart and together: the Portuguese and the Dutch as neighbours in and around Timor in the nineteenth century
Autor: Schouten, Maria Johanna Christina
Palavras-chave: Timor
Colonialism
Dutch
Portuguese
Geopolitics
19th century
Data: 2001
Editora: Lisboa: CEPESA
Citação: Schouten, Maria Johanna 2001 - Apart and together: the Portuguese and the Dutch as neighbours in and around Timor in the nineteenth century, In: Ivo Carneiro de Sousa and Richard Z. Leirissa (eds.), Indonesia-Portugal: Five hundred years of historical relationship, pp. 201-212. Lisboa: CEPESA.
Resumo: The Dutch and the Portuguese, who claimed the suzerainty over diverse zones on the island of Timor, in 1859 divided the island between them in an official agreement, which subsequently underwent several adaptations. Portuguese Timor was far away from the rest of the Portuguese-controlled territories in Asia and Africa, and so it was very dependent on the Dutch East Indies, in the economical, communicational, and other respects. Influence of Dutch policy on Portuguese projects was also noticeable, such as during the term of office of Governor Afonso de Castro (1858-1863) and his projects to develop coffee cultivation. In the colonial ideologies of the Netherlands as well as the Portuguese the well-being of the natives was emphasized, though in reality the interests of the mother country were pre-eminent.
Peer review: yes
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10400.6/4439
ISBN: 9729879702
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