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From Revered Revolutionaries to Much Maligned Marauders: The Evolution of British and American Images in China of the Taiping Rebels
Harrell-Washington, Kapree Danyel

2008, Master of Arts, Miami University, History.
The aim of this paper it to present the images of the Taipings, their leaders, and their ideologies as constructed by two of these powerful expatriate communities, Great Britain and the United States. It also explores the political, social, cultural and economic factors that contributed to the formation of these images. In order to properly construct and analyze these images, this paper appeals to a variety of primary and secondary sources including contemporary newspapers, magazines, books, memoirs, and foreign relations documents.
David Fahey (Advisor)
Wenxi Liu (Committee Member)
Amanda McVety (Committee Member)

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Harrell-Washington, Kapree. "From Revered Revolutionaries to Much Maligned Marauders: The Evolution of British and American Images in China of the Taiping Rebels." Electronic Thesis or Dissertation. Miami University, 2008. OhioLINK Electronic Theses and Dissertations Center. 23 Oct 2017.

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Harrell-Washington, Kapree "From Revered Revolutionaries to Much Maligned Marauders: The Evolution of British and American Images in China of the Taiping Rebels." Electronic Thesis or Dissertation. Miami University, 2008. https://etd.ohiolink.edu/

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