Native place, city, and nation : regional networks and identities in Shanghai, 1853-1937 Bryna Goodman.

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Book's title: Native place, city, and nation : regional networks and identities in Shanghai, 1853-1937 Bryna Goodman.
Library of Congress Control Number: 94024416
International Standard Book Number (ISBN):0520089170 (alk. paper)
System Control Number:(Sirsi) 1102032
System Control Number:1186-47660
Geographic Area Code:a-cc-sm
Library of Congress Call Number:DS796.S25 G66 1995
Dewey Decimal Classification Number:951/.132035
Personal Name:Goodman, Bryna, 1955-
Publication, Distribution, etc.:Berkeley . University of California Press, (c)1995.
Physical Description:xii, 367 p. : ill., maps ;, 24 cm.
Bibliography, etc. Note:Includes bibliographical references (p. 325-347) and index.
Geographic Name:Shanghai (China)$xSocial life and customs.
Rubrics: Social networks
China
Shanghai
History$y19th century
History$y20th century
Rural-urban migration

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