China Marches West: The Qing Conquest of Central Eurasia

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Index
Page numbers in italics refer to illustrations.
Ablai, 174, 281, 187
Ablm, Setkul, 165
Abu-Lughod, Janet, 526
Agriculture: Amur, 87; grasslands expansion of, 49; Hami, 351; Ili, 306, 345–346, 351353; military colonies for, 325, 328–329, 358, 359–362; Neolithic, 29–30; oasis, 25; Russian, 44–45, 121; Siberian, 87; Turfan, 25, 351; Ürümchi, 345–346; Xinjiang, 340– 341, 342–353
Ahmad, Zahiruddin, 192
Aisin Gioro Xuanye. Sec Kangxi emperor
Ajihardi, 263
Akhmed Khan, 80
Albazin, 166, 169
"Altaic" interpretation, 110, 542–546
Altan Khan, 64–65, 67; Dalai Lama title from, 66
Altishahr, 339–340
Altyn Khan: Oirat conflict with, 96, 98, 102; Russian relations with, 100–101
Amin, 119
Amur, Russian expedition to, 87–88, 164
Amursana: death of, 288–289; Kazakh attitude toward, 287; legends about, 491, 493; Ma Ruheng's article on, 510–511; Qing alliance with, 272, 275; Qing pursuit of, 280–282, 434–435; Qishiyi's view of, 483–484; Russian appeal by, 288
Anderson, Benedict, 516
Anisimov, Kvgenii V., 540
Anxi: harvest Melds in,362; military colonies in, 329; trade in, 575–581; Turfanis settlement in, 331
Aocha missions, 250, 261, 265–268
Arabdan, 190, 194
Arabjur, 215
Archives, Number One, 470
Arika Buga, 54
Arni: Galdan's battle with, 153–154; Khalkhas' meeting with, 146–147; Russian negotiations of, 151
Arughtai, 54; Yongle's alliance with, 55; Yongle's campaigns against, 55, 56
'asahiyya, 6
Atwood, Christopher, 488–489
Autocracy, 7–8, 44–45, 50
Ayuki Khan, Kangxi's embassy to, 213–216, 218–220
Ayuxi, 277
Baddeley, John, 457, 506
Baibagas Khan, 102
Baksi, 111
Bandi, 271–272, 275, 493
Banditry, 555–557
Banner system: graphic display of, 458; Hami, 339; Khalkha, 151, 176, 246–247, 276; Khoshot, 246, 310–311; Kokonor, 246–247; Manchu, 108, 110–111, 123–124; Turfan, 332, 339; in Xinjiang, 346–347
Baojia registration system, 411

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