1. Education

 

China: The Imperial Era

Library of Congress Country Study

 

This document is a portion of a larger work on the country of Algeria
produced by the Library of Congress
edited by Robert L. Worden, Andrea Matles Savada and Ronald E. Dolan
from research completed in July 1987

 

About this History

The documents here constitute only a portion of "Chapter 1: A Historical Setting," covering Chinese history from the late third century BCE through the 18th century CE. For the rest of the chapter, visit the Library of Congress Country Studies home page:

http://lcweb2.loc.gov/frd/cs/

 

Contents

The First Imperial Period
Era of Disunity
Restoration of Empire
Mongolian Interlude
The Chinese Regain Power
The Rise of the Manchus
Chronology


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