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First posted on December 7th 2004, last revised on September 25th 2009






Timeline : Hunan






DIRECTORY OF INTERNET SOURCES . . . EXTERNAL FILES
Country Profiles from Wikipedia
Links, General
Historical Dictionary Encyclopedia of China, from Jongo Knows
Historical Maps Southeastern China Political, from Albert Herrmann, History and Commercial Atlas of China (1935), posted by huhai.net
Map : Languages of China, from Titus
Timelines click here
History of the Administrative Divisions of China, Capitals of Subnational Entities of China, from Wikipedia
Accounts of History from Wikipedia
List of Current and Former Capitals of Subnational Entities of China, from Wikipedia; scroll down for Hunan
Encyclopedia Entries Article Hunan, from EB 1911
Article Hunan, from Meyers Konversationslexikon 1889, in German
Politics Concentration Camps Today : Southern Region, from ATTAC
Ethnography Articles Dong, Tujia, from Ethnic China
History of Religion Metropolitan Archdiocese of Changsha, Diocese of Changde, Diocese of Hengzhou, Diocese of Nanyang, Diocese of Weihui, Apostolic Prefecture of Xiangtan, Apostolic Prefecture of Yongzhou, Diocese of Yuanling, Diocese of Zhengzhou, from GCatholic
History of Regions Provinces of China, from www.statoids.com; Prefectures of China, from www.statoids.com
History of Cities Treaty Ports, Foreign Concessions & Colonies in 1920es China, list compiled by Phil Abbey
History of Changsha, from China Tour, from Wikipedia
Structures, Institutions Structurae : Hunan Province
Bibliography Datenbasis Internationale Beziehungen und Länderkunde (Data Base on International Relations and Country Studies), keyword Hunan (site in German, most titles listed in English; hundreds of entries; publications mostly since 1970)
Others A Preliminary Study on Shang Dynasty Bronzes and their Cu-Pb Ore Sources in Jiangxi, Hubei and Henan, summary of a Chinese language article, posted on Shvoong
McCord, Edward A. The Power of the Gun: The Emergence of Modern Chinese Warlordism . Berkeley, Calif: University of California Press, 1993.
Andrea Worden, Despair and Hope : a Changsha Chronicle, on the pro-democracy movement of 1989, 1991
Song Yongyi, Case Study : The Dao County Massacre of 1967, from Online Encyclopedia of Mass Violence

DIRECTORY OF INTERNET SOURCES . . . EXTERNALLY POSTED DOCUMENTS
Lists of Statesmen Provinces and administrative divisions of China, from World Statesmen
China Administrative Divisions, from rulers.org
Population Statistics China, historical population statistics by province, from Population Statistics, posted at Univ. Utrecht
Hunan, from UNESCAP Chinadata
City Populations : China - Hunan, from City Population
PRC, Abortions and Live Births by Region, Historical Data, from Johnston's Archive
Hunan, from Database of the Basic Conditions of Family Planning Programme at CIPRC (Text on Demography, 1999)
Consular Reports Supplement to Commerce reports : daily consular and trade reports issued by the Bureau of Foreign and Domestic Commerce, China, Changsha Dec. 9 1918, IA
Document Collections Search USC Digital Library for Hunan, Honan
Archives UNESCO Archives Portal, Municipal Archives, Junan, 1 entry
Coins Chinese Provinces : Hunan, from World Coin Gallery
Search Coin Archives for Honan, Hunan
Hunan 1821-1922, from Numismaticon

PRINTED REFERENCE
General Accounts C.D. Bruce, The Provinces of China, together with a history of the first year of H.I.M. Hsuan Tung, and an account of the government of China (1910), posted on Internet Archive (includes data of 1913); Hunan pp.59-64
Th.J. Cochrane, Survey of the missionary occupation of China (1913), posted on Internet Archive, on Hunan pp.164-181
M. Broomhall, The Chinese empire: a general & missionary survey .. (1907), posted on Internet Archive, on Hunan pp.164-188
W.E. Geil, Eighteen Capitals of China (1911), posted on Internet Archive, Changsha pp.265-284
N.G. Gee, The educational directory for China; an account of the various schools and colleges connected with Protestant missions (1905), posted on Internet Archive Hunan pp.17, 42, 46, 65, 73, 75, 82, 112, 121, 122, 126