From Ming to Chʻing, state, region and individual in a period of conquest: a conference [held at] Palm Springs, Calif., Nov. 28-Dec. 2, 1974, Volume 1
American Council of Learned Societies. Committee on Studies of Chinese Civilization, Los Angeles (Calif.) University of Southern California
Dept. of History, University of Southern California, 1974 - History
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