Pulau Saigon Bibliography

Goh Geok Yian, Nanyang Technological University Singapore, and John N. Miksic, National University of Singapore & Nanyang Technological University Singapore

13 August 2021

Secondary sources

Barber, Noel. Sinister Twilight: The Fall and Rise Again of Singapore. London: Collins Clear-Type Press, 1968.

Barry, Jennifer. Pulau Saigon, Singapore: Preliminary Report October 1996. MS, 1996.

Barry, Jennifer. Pulau Saigon: A Post-Eighteenth Century Archaeological Assemblage Recovered from a Former Island in the Singapore River. Stamford, UK: The Rheidol Press, 2000.

Berry, Linda. Singapore’s River: A Living Legacy. Singapore: Eastern Universities Press, 1982.

Christie’s. The Diana Cargo. Chinese Export Porcelain and Marine Artifacts. Amsterdam: Christie’s Amsterdam, 1995.

Coedès, George and L.-C. Damais. Sriwijaya: History, Religion and Language of an Early Malay Polity. Kuala Lumpur: Malaysian Branch of the Royal Asiatic Society, Monograph No. 20, 1992.

Crawfurd, John, Journal of an Embassy from the Governor-General of India to the Courts of Siam and Cochin China, London: Henry Colburn, 1828.

Cruikshank, Graeme. Scottish Spongeware. Edinburgh: John Swain Ltd., 1982.

Cruikshank, Graeme. Scottish Pottery. Buckinghamshire: Shire Publications, 1987.

Firmstone, H.W. “Chinese names of streets and places in Singapore and the Malay Peninsula.” Journal of the Malaysian Branch of the Royal Asiatic Society, no. 42, 1905: pp. 53-208

Ho Chui Mei “Minnan Blue-and-White Wares. An Archaeological Survey of Kiln Sites of the 16th-18th Centuries in Southern Fujian, China”. BAR International Series no. 428, 1988.

Ho Wing Meng Straits Chinese Porcelain. A Collector’s Guide. Singapore: Times Books International, 1953. [Reprinted in 1994]

Koh Lian What. “Artefacts from Pulo Saigon”. Heritage no. 10, 1989: pp. 57-75.

Lam, Peter Y.K. et al. A Ceramic Legacy of Asia’s Maritime Trade. Petaling Jaya: Southeast Asian Ceramic Society (West Malaysia Chapter), 1985.

Logan, J.R. “Sago”, The Journal of the Indian Archipelago and Eastern Asia vol. 3, 1849: pp. 288-313,

Low Mei Gek, Cheryl-Ann Uncovering Pulau Saigon. BA Honours Thesis, National University of Singapore, 1996.

Makepeace, Walter, Gilbert E. Brooke and Ronald St. J. Braddell, eds. One Hundred Years of Singapore. 2 Volumes. London: John Murray, 1921.

Miksic, John N. “Archaeology in the city: digging at Duxton Hill.” Tanjong Pagar: Singapore’s Cradle of Development. Singapore: Tanjong Pagar Consultative Committee. pp. 31-42.

Miksic, John N. Singapore and the Silk Road of the Sea. Singapore: NUS Press, 2013.

Raja-Singam, Durai Malayan Street Names: What They Mean and Whom They Commemorate. Ipoh: Mercantile Press, 1939.

Tan Kee Soon, H. W. Firmstone, A. W. Bailey and F. M. Baddeley. “An Index [in Romanised Hokkien and Cantonese to] "The Chinese Names of Streets and Places in Singapore" (Concluded).” Journal of the Straits Branch of the Royal Asiatic Society, no. 46, 1906: pp. 195–213.

Willetts, William and Lim Suan Poh Nonya Ware and Kitchen Ch’ing. Singapore: Oxford University Press/Southeast Asian Ceramic Society, 1981.

Yeo, S.T. and J. Martin Chinese Blue and White Ceramics. Singapore: Southeast Asian Ceramic Society, 1976.

Wong Ling Ken, “The Trade of Singapore, 1819-1869.” Journal of the Malaysian Branch of the Royal Asiatic Society, 33, no. 4, 1960, pp. 1–317.

Archival sources:

Report on the Straits Settlements Blue Book. 1880.

Building plans submitted to Municipal Office, 1895–1905.

Administrative Reports of the Singapore Municipality (ARSM). 1889, 1890, 1896.

Correspondence from Cecil Smith to Lord Rutherford May 19, 1888, CO273/152.

Straits Settlements Annual Reports (SSAR). 1888, 1889.

Singapore and Straits Directory. 1904

The Singapore Chronicle. March 15, 1827, March 25, 1830.

Singapore Street Directory. 1988, 1991

Supported by National Heritage Board Heritage Research Grant, Singapore. Any opinions, findings, and conclusions or recommendations expressed in this material are those of the author(s) and do not necessarily reflect the views of the National Heritage Board, Singapore.

DOI: https://doi.org/10.25717/nb67-ng8n