Glass positive of a pepper plantation in Singapore

Pepper is a form of cash crop (crops grown for money) which was usually grown with gambier. Pepper and gambier plantations were widespread in Singapore particularly in the 1800s. Soil exhaustion eventually caused pepper and gambier planters to move out of Singapore.

Date/Period
1900s
Region
Singapore
Dimension
Image size: 8.1 x 8.1 cm
Accession No.
2001-01562
Collection of
National Museum of Singapore
Category
Photographs and Negatives