In this first English-language examination of the uprisings that took place in Guizhou during the 1850s and 1860s, Robert Jenks not only provides readers with a reconstruction of the complex series of events that made up the rebellion but argues convincingly against its accepted characterization as a purely ethnic conflict-a "Miao" rebellion.
Subjects: History, Anthropology
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