abolitionist vocabulary: applied to inden-
tures, 67–70; freedom vs. slavery in,
63–64, 66–67
Aduarte, Diego de, 265–66
afTa (asean Free Trade Agreement),
338
agriculture: birds’ nest collection jux-
taposed to, 422; pepper and gambier
settlements, 90–93; Taiwanese invest-
ment in, 315; trade differences and
protection of, 323–24. See also opium;
rice production
American Bible Society, 388, 390
Americas: indentured labor for, 69–71,
74; silver from, in Ryukyu trade, 124–
25; Spanish doctrinas printed in, 263.
See also United States
Amity Printing Company (Nanjing),
398–99
Ammarell, Gene, 13
Amoy (Xiamen): junk cargoes destined
for, 246, 248–49; junk cargoes from,
230, 238–44; labor recruitment and
riots in, 70–71; Makassar’s junk con-
nection to, 8, 178, 185–86, 188–89; re-
demption fees on junk cargoes in, 227,
227; Taiwanese occupations and in-
vestment in, 306, 307, 309–10, 313–18,
321, 325–26, 328; tortoiseshell trade
and, 174; zinc trade and, 133
Anake Nawigamune, 167n27
Andaya, Barbara, 147n57, 288
Annam. See Vietnam
antimony coins, 140
Appadurai, Arjun, 2, 62, 427–28
Arab merchants, 23, 289. See also Muslim
merchants
Arrow War. See opium wars
asean Birds’ Nest Traders Association,
407
asean Free Trade Agreement (afTa),
338
Australia: Chinese immigration to, 80;
contract labor migration and, 75; tin
production of, 32
Aymonier, Étienne, 367, 370
Ayutthaya, fall of kingdom of, 151–53,
166n16, 169n46
Bagan Si Api- Api, fishing station of,
435
Bailey, David, 79–80
Bajo (sea nomads): access to, 181–82;
geographic reach of, 180; in marine-
products commodity chain, 190;
others’ claims to be, 183; protected
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