China, 1900: the eyewitnesses speak : the experience of Westerners in China during the Boxer Rebellion, as described by participants in letters, diaries and photographs
Combining first-hand accounts with incisive historical commentary, China 1900 examines the entire course of the Boxer Rebellion of 1900 when China was torn apart during a bloody uprising instigated by the infamous Boxers.
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Account of Charles Davis Jameson American Mining Engineer
Letter from lone Woodward American Tourist
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