|The origins of the Boxer Uprising|
|Author||Esherick, Joseph W. 周锡瑞, 1942-|
|Pub. Location||Berkeley||Publisher||University of California Press|
|Date||1987||Phys. Desc.||xix, 451 p. : ill. ; 24 cm|
|Location||Reading Room||Call Number||DS771.E73 1987|
|The origins of the Boxer Uprising / Joseph W. Esherick.|
Bibliography: p. 421-440.
Includes index and glossary of names and terms.
Keywords: Shandong, official proscription, Boxers, Shandong gentry, sectarian rebels in Shandong, proscription of heterodox sects, sectarian rebels in late 18th and early 19th centuries, martial arts, martial artists, invulnurability and possession, boxers and sectarians in the late Qing, popular culture and peasant community, imperialism, foreign imports, Sino-Japanes War, Christianity and Western expansionism, missionary activity in Shandong, German Catholics of the S.V.D, Catholic Church as Imperium in Imperio, 1890's, high tide of imperialism, Big Sword Society, Armor of the Golden Bell, Jinzhong zhao, June 1896 uprising, Juye Incident, Jiaozhou seizure, Guan County 1898, Boxers United in Righteousness, Liyuantun, Eighteen Chiefs, Plum Flower Boxers, fiscal crisis, foreign aggression 1898-99, German incursions of 1899, Role of Yuxian, Red Boxers in Jining, Spirit Boxers, Pingyuan, Gangzi Lizhuang, battle at Senluo Temple, final days of Zhu Hongdeng, spread across Zhili, mid-Qing Yihe Boxers and the White Lotus, Yihetuan 義和團, Yihequan 義和拳, Da dao hui 大刀會.