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20th Century (To 1950)
US_-Asian Affaris, 1900-44   Suggest a Link
American-Japanese Pre- War Relations
Pecrival Lowell and Lafcadio hearn: Conduits of Japanese Culture  (virtual exhibit about 1880's American visitors, whose writings helped stimulate American interest in Japan) (Beinecke Rare Book & Manuscript Library, Yale U.)
President Grant's Diplomatic Mission to Asia (virtual exhibit on Grant's 1877 Asia trip, with images from his visits to Japan and to China) (Beinecke Rare Book & Manuscript Library, Yale U.)
The Imperial Mission, 1917: A Record of the Reception Throughout the United States of the Special Mission Headed by Viscount Ishii (includes note son The Root-Takahira Understanding of 1908 and The Lansing-Ishii Agreement of 1917) (Brigham Young U.)
The Boxer Rebellion
Fei Ch'i-hao The Boxer Rebellion, 1900 (English translation of Chinese historical text, within Paul Halsall's Modern History Sourcebook)
Boxer Uprising: China, 1900-1901 (historical overview, photos, and short bibliography) (Australian War Memorial, Canberra)
The Boxer Rebllion (historical overview and images) (J. Buschini, Small Planet Communications.com)
The Centennial of the Boxer Rebellion (article and images) (Yale U. Library)
John W. Guy "Role of the United States Marines During the Relief of Peking, The Boxer Rebellion - 1900" (article and images) (U. San Diego)
George Odgers War Against the Boxers (historical overview and photos, with emphasis on Australian participation)
Boxer Rebellion (Third China War) 1900 (articles, maps, bibliography, and links) (T.F. Mills, Regiments.org)
 The Boxer Rebellion, 1900: A Selection of Prints, Books and Photographs (Frances Wood, British Library, London)

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