The Revolt of Prince Nuku: Cross-Cultural Alliance-making in Maluku, C.1780-1810
During the period of the Dutch East India Companya (TM)s rule of the Spice Islands, Prince Nuku of Tidore stands out as the local hero who successfully opposed the VOCa (TM)s oppressive trade monopoly at the end of the eighteenth century. This study analyzes how he succeeded in regaining independence for the Sultanate of Tidore by creating an alliance with the English and his Malukan and Papuan adherents.
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The VOC in Maluku Imposing the Spice Monopoly
List of Illustrations
Tidore and the Rise of Prince Nuku
From Rebel to Sultan
Papuans and Halmaherans Raiders and Warriors
The Raiders Tidore and Nuku
The East Seramese Traders and Rebels
Leadership and Local Politics in East Seram
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