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Mary Gertrude Mason
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by Mary Gertrude Mason. Published 1939 by in New York.

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Gertrude Mason, Western Concepts of China and the Chinese, 1840-. AFFAIRS is responsible for the selection of authors and the acceptance of articles. 1876, Bruno Lasher, p. 105; Haldore Hanson, "Humane Endeavor": The Story of the China War, . ; p. 106. UNITED STATES. The responsibility for the opinions expressed in the articles published in the magazine, and for the accuracy of the statements contained in them, rests solely with the. individual authors. PACIFIC AFFAIRS is published quarterly at Federal and Nineteenth Streets, Carnden

The Northern Chinese Famine of 1876–1879 occurred in the late Qing dynasty in China. It is usually referred to as Dīngwù Qíhuāng (丁戊奇荒) in China.

The Northern Chinese Famine of 1876–1879 occurred in the late Qing dynasty in China. A drought began in northern China in 1875, leading to crop failures the following years. The provinces of Shanxi, Zhili (now mostly part of Hebei), Henan, Shandong and the northern parts of Jiangsu were affected. Between 9 and 13 million people died in the famine, out of 108 million in the five affected provinces.

In many Western states, Asian immigrants were even prevented from .

In many Western states, Asian immigrants were even prevented from marrying Caucasians. The Chinese reached North America during the time of Spanish colonial rule over the Philippines (1565–1815), during which they had established themselves as fishermen, sailors, and merchants on Spanish galleons that sailed between the Philippines and Mexican ports (Manila galleons). The main trade route between the United States and China then was between Canton and New England, where the first Chinese arrived via Cape Horn (the only route as the Panama Canal did not exist). Download DOC book format

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