Charles, Rajah of Sarawak, 1829-1917

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Charles, Rajah of Sarawak, 1829-1917

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Brooke, Charles Anthoni Johnson 1829-1917

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Brooke, Charles Anthoni Johnson 1829-1917

Brooke Charles Anthony Johnson 1829-1917 Sir Knight 2nd Rajah of Sarawak

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Brooke Charles Anthony Johnson 1829-1917 Sir Knight 2nd Rajah of Sarawak

Brooke, Charles Anthoni Johnson

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Brooke, Charles Anthoni Johnson

Charles of Sarawak 1829-1917

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Charles of Sarawak 1829-1917

Tuan Muda 1829-1917

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Tuan Muda 1829-1917

Brooke, Charles Johnson Sarawak, Rāja 1829-1917

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Brooke, Charles Johnson Sarawak, Rāja 1829-1917

Muda, Tuan 1829-1917

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Muda, Tuan 1829-1917

Brooke, Charles Johnson Sarawak, Rāja 1829-1917

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Brooke, Charles Johnson Sarawak, Rāja 1829-1917

Johnson, Charles Anthoni 1829-1917

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1829-07-03

1829-07-03

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1917-05-17

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Sir Charles Brookes, 1829-1917, born Charles Johnson left England 1852 to serve under his uncle Sir James Brooke, Rajah of Sarawak, whom he succeeded in 1868.

From the description of Diary [microform]. (Libraries Australia). WorldCat record id: 225845811

Charles Anthoni Johnson Brooke succeeded his uncle, James Brooke, as the benevolent white Rajah of Sarawak in 1863. Born in England as Charles Anthoni Johnson, he inherited Sarawak due to his uncle's childlessness and changed his name to Brooke. A keen administrator, he built upon the successes of his colorful uncle, outlawing slavery, encouraging trade, increasing the size of Sarawak, and fighting piracy and head-hunting. He was popular in Sarawak, and improved relations with England.

From the description of Charles Johnson Brooke letter to Roger Eykyn, 1888 July 28. (Pennsylvania State University Libraries). WorldCat record id: 63173084

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Brooke, Charles Anthoni Johnson 1829-1917

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