List of Figures and Tables
|1. The Tian Family Structure at Division Time||28|
|2. A Typical Household Division Document||61|
|3. Basic Principle Number One||65|
|4. Basic Principle Number Two||66|
|5. Basic Principle Number Three||66|
|6. Basic Principle Number Four||67|
|7. A Typical North China Home||143|
|8. The Qing Land System on the North China Plain||148|
|1. Extinct Family Inheritance in the Song Dynasty||19|
|2. The Timing of Household Division||47|
|3. Family Form at Household Division||48|
|4. The Number of Unmarried Brothers during Household
|5. Family Size and Form in Sui'an County, Zhejiang||50|
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Book title: Fenjia:Household Division and Inheritance in Qing and Republican China.
Contributors: David Wakefield - Author.
Publisher: University of Hawaii Press.
Place of publication: Honolulu.
Publication year: 1998.
Page number: vii.
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