A History of Japan, Volume 3

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Psychology Press, 2004 - Japan - 848 pages
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First published in 1903, this three volume set deals with the history of Japan from its origins to the end of the Tokugawa Shogunate. Drawing for the first time on Japanese, European and Latin sources, this classic text was the first comprehensive study of Japanese history in English, contributing to an understanding of Japan by Westerners at the time. The three volumes deal with the origins of Japan to the arrival of the Portuguese in 1542, the century of foreign intercourse, 1542-1651, and the Tokugawa Epoch, 1652-1868.
  

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Contents

The Social and Political Structure
1
b The Social Structure Generally
27
Iyetsunas Minority 165163
63
Chinese Philosophy as an Instrument of Government
91
Iyetsuna 166380
151
Tsunayoshi 16801709
173
The Fortyseven Ronin
218
Iyenobu and Iyetsugu 170916
238
Iyenari 17931841
428
The Shinto Propaganda
467
Foreign Intercourse 17211853
497
Dutch Learning in Japan
537
The Reopening of Japan
569
Ii Tairo
664
The Fall op the Bakufu
711
Imperial Government Reestablished
776

Foreign Relations 16401720
259
Yoshimune 171644
313
Iyeshige and Iyeharu 174486
366
Iyenaris Minority 178693
402
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789
LIST OF PROVINCES
794
LIST OF AUTHORITIES CONSULTED
815
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