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title Chinas Revolutionary Century 1842 – 1949 Part I: The Qing ( ) © Howard R. Spendelow Georgetown University revised 28 Mar 2012
Terms for Chinas Revolutionary Century
British influence in South Asia, 1744 / 1767
British opium sales
string of cash
Foreign settlement near Canton, pre-1842
Nemesis at Guangzhou The Illustrated London News, 12 November 1842
modern Grand Canal ( )
GoogleEarth – lower Yangzi
GoogleEarth - Zhenjiang
Chinese victory at Sanyuanli ( )
First Round of Treaty Ports
the Xianfeng Emperor (reg )
Extent of the Taiping Movement
Ye Mingchen in captivity, 1858
Title Chinas Revolutionary Century © Howard R. Spendelow Georgetown University revised 18 Feb 2010.
Title Chinas Revolutionary Century 1842 – 1949 Part II: The Qing ( ) © Howard R. Spendelow Georgetown University Revised 19 Aug 2013.
Title Chinas Revolutionary Century Part IV: The Republic ( ) © Howard R. Spendelow Georgetown University revised 08 Apr 2013.
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