China: Understanding Its Past, Volume 1 (Google eBook)

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Eileen Tamura
University of Hawaii Press, 1997 - History - 262 pages
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Contents

Daughters
4
Maps
9
Sons
19
Linking East and West ca A D 200
30
Parents and Children
36
Foundations of Chinese Thinking
45
China and the Outside World
56
The Mongol Empire at the Time of Marco Polos Visit
62
Foreign Spheres of Influence in China 1911
115
Areas of Taiping Control
132
CHINESE COMMUNISM FROM 1920
155
Warlord Division of China
173
Tables and Graphs
227
Glossary
249
Index
255
Acknowledgments
262

CHINA IN TRANSITION 17501920
75
China during the Qing Dynasty ca 1775
79

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About the author (1997)

Eileen H. Tamura is a historian and professor of education at the College of Education, University of Hawaii. She is the author of "Americanization, Acculturation, and Ethnic Identity: The Nisei Generation in Hawaii" (1994). She co-authored "The Rise of Modern Japan" (2003),"" which won the Franklin Buchanan Award from the Association for Asian Studies, and co-authored "China: Understanding Its Past" (1998)," "which won the James Harvey Robinson Prize from the American Historical Association. Her articles have appeared in journals such as "History of Education Quarterly, Journal of American Ethnic History, Amerasia Journal, Pacific Historical Review, "and" The Journal of Negro Education."

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