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Chinese Buildings and Chinese Workmen

1901 Scientific American  
The Chinese are born traders.  ...  The lower part, up to 550 feet, is limestone in transition; but thence up to 1,100 feet it is pure marble, the estimate being that there still remain 2,000 million tons of pure By·and·by our architects  ... 
doi:10.1038/scientificamerican02011901-39abuild fatcat:qtn33o24kvbmlpo3usayrnmqau

CHINESE BRONZES

1917 Bulletin of the City Art Museum of St. Louis  
CHINESE BRONZES the study of ancient Chinese bronzes, the unfortunate necessity of having to begin in the middle of the subject robs us of much that would add to our interest and pleasure.  ...  THE RICHARDSON MEMORIAL LIBRARY The Richardson Memorial Library, containing approximately 5,000 volumes on the fine and applied arts, is open for reference, daily, except Sundays.  ... 
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Chinese Fraud

1849 Scientific American  
We care about than any other within the memory of the old. 1 the sense alone, but we think it breathes of est inhabitant.  ...  There are but few papers that do not contain some' thing of use to the subscriber.  ... 
doi:10.1038/scientificamerican04071849-226h fatcat:c4sahidi7vftrb3jvoyefcul7i

Chinese Bricks

1846 Scientific American  
putt: Such a room I'm sure, was ne'er seen before, 'Tis pipes, quids, pipes; Quids are scattered from door to door, With pipe stems the mantel covered o'er, Pig tail and fine cut strew:ed o'er the floor  ...  -He sits all day in a smoke or fog, 'Tis puff; puff, puff, He growls at his wife, the.cat and �e dog, He covers with filth the carpet and rug, And his only answer when I give him a jog, Is puff, puff,  ...  ., of New ark, are about to establish the manufacture of velvet tapestry, or tapestry carpeting, a new article, and but little known in this country.  ... 
doi:10.1038/scientificamerican12051846-82w fatcat:fmpcgwfklzax7avyetozkns5o4

Chinese Portraits

S. C. Bosch Reitz
1920 Bulletin - Metropolitan Museum of Art  
The picnicing scene by Balande with its happy groups disposed about the lawn in marked sunshine and shadow is immediately sympathetic to Americans being in the vein of some of our own painters.  ...  It was successful, thanks to the admirable artistic memory CHINESE PORTRAITS AN interesting collection of Chinese portraits, the property of Samuel T.  ... 
doi:10.2307/3253853 fatcat:h6zrsprd2ncfnncbu3ihuc7vty

Chinese History

Charles D. Tenney
1908 The Washington Historical Quarterly  
But, however that may be, the world is now entering upon a new era, and in future the Eastern Hemisphere is not to be left out of our world politics.  ...  The monosyllabic structure puts a severe strain upon memories trained to the Indo-European polysyllabic forms, but the peculiarities of the Chinese writing make the greatest intellectual barrier between  ... 
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Chinese Journal of Communication

Paul S. N. Lee, Francis L. F. Lee, Louis Leung, Jack Linchuan Qiu, Clement Y. K. So
2010 Review of Communication  
According to Grace Han Wolf, honorary co-chair of the Comfort Women Memorial Peace Garden in Fairfax, Virginia states that these memorials are "not just for Korean Americans or Asian Americans, but for  ...  In fact, the memorial in San Francisco was pushed by Chinese-Americans, some Japanese-Americans and Filipino-Americans. These Japanese-Americans focus on the importance of what the memorial says.  ... 
doi:10.1080/15358590903370266 fatcat:jbphkltvhbdqhmqniebaixt5dq

Chinese Carving

1848 Scientific American  
Publishers of the Scientific American.128 Fulton street, New York.All Lettler. must be Post Paid.INDUCEMENTS �'OR CLUBBI�G.South.  ...  A is a small wheel or cylinder, ar med with ( ' ross sliders, fixed in a larger one B, but, instead of its axis being stationed in the centre B, as in the previous instano:es, it is moved as much ec:centric  ... 
doi:10.1038/scientificamerican11041848-56c fatcat:t44fvzjnfbd75kzw6hrgpyh45q

Chinese Immigration

E. W. Gilliam
1886 North American Review  
The immigration, in 1882, was 100,000 ; in 1883, 150,000 ; and an increase was expected the following year. Singapore The memory is powerfully exercised, but the range of ideas is very narrow.  ...  But a Chinaman can live on a fourth of what is required by the average American, exercising rigid rules of thrift and economy.  ... 
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PROVOKING A CHINESE WAR

1890 The American Advocate of Peace and Arbitration  
and English states men dare not trust the people to keep peace but are getting ready to fight, are certainly remarkable.  ...  the Christian theory of government, but in the THE AMERICAN ADVOCATE OF PEACE AND ARBITRATION.GONE UP HIGHER.George H.  ... 
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Ancient Chinese Civilizations [chapter]

2017 Ancient Complex Societies  
Case studies are drawn from around the globe, including Asia, the Mediterranean region, and the American continents.  ...  Steadman is a Professor of Anthropology at the State University of New York College at Cortland.  ...  While these areas are not the only ones that exhibited complexity in antiquity (northern and western Europe are notably absent here, as they fall outside our own areas of expertise), they provide examples  ... 
doi:10.4324/9781315305639-15 fatcat:lphbhud35zbz5b7ysmsgehft6q

Ancient Chinese Power, Modern Chinese Thought

L. Cunningham-Cross, W. A. Callahan
2011 Chinese Journal of International Politics  
Ancient Chinese Thought, Modern Chinese Power is the latest publication to come from Yan Xuetong's ongoing research project that explores the interstate political philosophy of China's pre-Qin era. 1 This  ...  While the book translates wang loosely as 'humane authority', we will argue that the literal translation 'kingly way' better reflects Yan's arguments for a new world order that is determined by the moral  ...  Liu, the author of The China Dream: The Great Power Thinking and Strategic Positioning of China in the Post-American Age But Xu wonders what Beijing should do with this new power: 'Since the rise of  ... 
doi:10.1093/cjip/por018 fatcat:nw35pdfctzgpdptlpif6sy7bjq

The Chinese Tongs

C. N. Reynolds
1935 American Journal of Sociology  
The same difficulties that prevent thoroughgoing studies of other criminal gangs in our American cities, such as the Camorra or the Molly Maguires, are, in many ways, intensified in the study of the fighting  ...  The ‘Meeting Hall of the Middle Kingdom” continued to exist with distinct functions, but, one by one, new societies were formed on the basis of the districts from which the Chinese came.  ... 
doi:10.1086/216899 fatcat:jqulpkfq75ab7ewxd2bp4q3pci

A Chinese Telephone System

1901 Scientific American  
At a high rate, how· that is wanted, a feat of memory of which only a Chinese operator is capable; and not only, it is said,is he equal to this, but also carries in his mind the probable haunt of the man  ...  Probably no invention of recent years is of such vast electrical importance as the new accumulator which Thomas A. Edison has added to our store of electrical devices.  ... 
doi:10.1038/scientificamerican06151901-376 fatcat:cjp2hqcsmvegrmvsactvvaseqa

"Our Sisters in China Are Free": Visual Representations of Chinese and Chinese American Suffragists

Cathleen D. Cahill
2020 The Journal of the Gilded Age and Progressive Era  
Both white and Chinese American suffragists in the United States closely watched and discussed the events of the Chinese Revolution of 1911 and the establishment of the Chinese Republic (1912–1949).  ...  However, because Chinese immigrants were barred from citizenship by U.S. immigration law, white activists tended to depict Chinese suffragists as foreign, resulting in the erasure of their memory in the  ...  When news that Chinese women had been enfranchised reached the United States, white suffragists felt "glad, but irritated, too" because it inverted ideas about American superiority.  ... 
doi:10.1017/s1537781420000365 fatcat:gvzwyzw26rh3feftcbtnu5f7zy
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