Generations: The Story of Batu Gajah
Ho Tak Ming
From 1884 onwards Batu Gajah was made the administrative headquarters of Kinta District, which grew to be the richest district in the Federated Malay States owing to the abundance of tin deposits in the area. The author, whose family settled in the area, traces its history in the first half of the twentieth century based on research in official records as well as accounts of the colourful characters thrown up by the Tin Rush. Very Good Paperback. First Edition. 172 pages with some black and white plates and an index.
Weight: 0.5 kg Post free within Malaysia
Condition : Apart from a bit of scuffing on the text block, the book looks new