Tigers, Rice, Silk, and Silt: Environment and Economy in Late Imperial South China

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Archival Sources

The archival sources for this book are located primarily in the Number One Historical Archives (Di yi lishi dang'an guan) in Beijing. The rice price data has been transcribed from the price lists catalogued as: Gongzhong zhupi zouzhe; nongye lei; liangjia qingdan (Palace memorials; agriculture section; grain price lists). The harvest yield data and officials' comments about climate come from memorials catalogued as: Gongzhong zhupi zouzhe; nongye lei; yuxue liangjia (Palace memorials; agriculture section; rain, snow, and grain prices; cited as NYL). Other memorials cited in the book are catalogued in the following sections: Gongzhong zhupi zouzhe; nongye lei; tunken (Palace memorials; agriculture section; land reclamation). Gongzhong zhupi zouzhe; nongye lei; tunken gengwu (Palace memorials; agriculture section; land reclamation and land tilling). Gongzhong zhupi zouzhe; xingke tiben; dao an (Palace memorials; board of punishments routine memorials; robberies; cited as XKTB dao an). Neige; xingke tiben; tudi zhaiwu (Grand secretariat; board of punishments routine memorials; land and debt; cited as XKTB). For citations, I have listed the Chinese lunar calendar and reign date, and the box or bundle from the archive.

I have also used the archives of the National Palace Museum (Gugong bowuyuan) in Taibei, Taiwan, in particular the memorials catalogued as Gongzhong dang (Palace memorial archives) or Junji dang (Grand council archives). For citations, I have listed the author of the memorial, the Chinese lunar calendar and reign date, and the catalogue number.


Published Collections of Primary Sources

Da Ming huidian (The Ming code). 1587 ed. Shanghai: Shangwu yinshu guan, 1936.

Da Qing gao zong (Qianlong) shi lu (The veritable records of the Qianlong emperor). Taibei: Xinwenfeng chuban gongsi, 1978.

Da Qing huidian (The Qing code). 1899 ed. Shanghai: Shangwu yinshu guan, 1911.

Da Qing huidian shili (Precedents and regulations supplementing the Qing code). 1875 ed. Taibei: Wenhai chuban she, 1964.

Da Qing sheng zu (Kangxi) shi lu (The veritable records of the Kangxi emperor). Taibei: Xinwenfeng chuban gongsi, 1978.

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