|From Ming to Ch'ing : conquest, region, and continuity in seventeenth-century China|
|From Ming to Ch’ing : conquest, region, and continuity in seventeenth-century China / edited by Jonathan D. Spence and John E. Wills. Jr.|
Bibliography: p. 367-396.
Contents: The Manchu-Chinese relationship, 1618-1636 / by Gertrude Roth -- The Shun Interregnum of 1644 / by Frederic Wakeman, Jr. -- Hsu Tu and the lesson of Nanking: political integration and the local defense in Chiang-nan, 1634-1645 / by Jerry Dennerline -- The patriot and the partisans: Wang Fu-chih's involvement in the politics of the Yung-li Court / by Ian McMorran -- Muslim and Central Asian revolts / by Morris Rossabi -- Maritime China from Wang Chih to Shih Lang: themes in peripheral history / by John E. Wills, Jr. -- The alternative to resistance: the case of T’ung-ch’eng, Anhwei / by Hilary J. Beattie -- Urban riots and disturbances / by Tsing Yuan -- Ambivalence and action: some frustrated scholars of the K’ang-hsi Period / by Lynn A. Struve.
Added keywords: Xu Du, Nanjing, Jiangnan, Wang Fuzhi, Yongli, Wang Zhi, Shi Lang, Tongcheng, Anhui, Kangxi, riots, ships, shipping, seafaring, Zheng Chenggong, Dutch in Taiwan, Muslim revolts, Li Zicheng 李自成 rebellion.