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|Material Type:||Internet resource|
|Document Type:||Book, Internet Resource|
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|Description:||xx, 256 p. ; 24 cm.|
Origins of plague in Southwestern China, 1772-1898 --
The interregional spread of plague, 1860-1894 --
The spatial diffusion of plague in the Southeast coast macroregion, 1884-1949 --
Nineteenth-century Chinese medical, religious, and administrative responses to plague --
Civic activism, colonial medicine, and the 1894 plague in Canton and Hong Kong --
Plague and the origins of Chinese state medicine in the new policies reform era, 1901-1911.
|Other Titles:||Bubonic plague in 19th century China|
"This is an outstanding work on one of the major diseases of world history. It is particularly important because most of what we know of the historic impact of diseases on society is based on the