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This full-text searchable resource is mostly in English and published between 1750 and 1929, encompassing a wide variety of writings on the people and cultures of China and foreign involvement on China constituting a rich primary and secondary resource for scholars in numerous disciplines.
This is an informative English-language resource relating to China and the West on almost any aspect of Chinese history during the two centuries of monumental social and political upheaval that ultimately recreated China into a modern power.
An index database providing full text search capability to millions of volumes of e-books and other materials including dissertations, journals, magazines, and newspapers. The first 17 pages of each e-book are available for preview. Document delivery is also available.
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