IN THE PUBLIC DOMAIN: TIGA NEGERI BATIK CLOTHS AT THE AGNSW – TAASA Review June 2019

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Matt Cox W hen the industrial revolution arrived in Indonesia, like elsewhere in the world, it effected change at a previously unimaginable rate.

At the fore of the revolution was the locomotive industry which embodied both the new technology and the speed at which it could spread, making everything closer and opening-up new routes for material, capital and colonial expansion.

By 1888 eight main railways lines connected the 15 largest towns in Java...