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Anson Burlingame and the first Chinese mission to foreign powers

by Frederick Wells Williams

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Published by C. Scribner"s sons in New York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Burlingame, Anson, -- 1820-1870,
  • United States -- Foreign relations -- China,
  • China -- Foreign relations -- United States

  • Edition Notes

    Bibliography: p. 359-366.

    Statementby Frederick Wells Williams ...
    The Physical Object
    Paginationx p., 2 l., 3-370 p.
    Number of Pages370
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL13542802M
    LC Control Number12022631

    Anson Burlingame and the First Chinese Mission to Foreign Powers: ISBN () Softcover, BiblioBazaar, George Huntington Williams, A Memorial By Friends For Friends (). And he did this in the interests of the U.S. while being its diplomatic representative. When it was clear that China would have such a mission, Burlingame resigned as U.S. Minister to China and one day later announced that he would serve as China's Minister Extraordinary with Plenipotentiary Powers, and as head of the Chinese mission.

    Anson Burlingame. A Memorial of Anson Burlingame. English Article. Title Chinese Embassy / photographed by J. Gurney & Son. Summary Photograph shows a group portrait of the first Chinese foreign mission abroad led by Anson Burlingame with John McLeavy Brown of Ireland, Ferdinand Auguste Emile Deschamps of France, and ten Chinese men (names written in Chinese under their portraits), including Chih Kang, Sun Chia Ku, and interpreters.

      Anson Burlingame and the First Chinese Mission to Foreign Powers () (transcription project) Articles in Popular Science Monthly "The Loess-Deposits of Northern China" in Popular Science Monthly, 24 (December ). Books by Frederick Williams. Our Iron Roads. Author: Frederick Smeeton Williams. Hardcover May List Price: $ Compare Prices. Anson Burlingame and the First Chinese Mission Foreign Powers (Classic Reprint) Author: Frederick Wells Williams. Hardcover Apr List Price: $ Compare Prices. Anson Burlingame and the First Chinese.


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14,in New Berlin, N.Y., a descendant of Roger Burlingame, who had emigrated from England in and helped settle Providence, R.I. Anson's father, a farmer and Methodist lay. Anson Burlingame and the First Chinese Mission to Foreign Powers. by Frederick Wells Williams. Thanks for Sharing. You submitted the following rating and review.

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English Article; Chinese Article 中文文章. The Paperback of the Anson Burlingame and the First Chinese Mission to Foreign Powers by Frederick Well Well Williams at Barnes & Noble. FREE Shipping Due to COVID, orders may be : The Burlingame Treaty, also known as the Burlingame–Seward Treaty ofwas a landmark treaty between the United States and Qing China, amending the Treaty of Tientsin, one of the unequal treaties, to establish formal friendly relations between the two nations, with the United States granting China the status of most favored nation in trade.

It was signed in Washington Location: Washington, D.C. BURLINGAME, Anson, a Representative from Massachusetts; born in New Berlin, N.Y., Novem ; moved with his parents to Seneca County, Ohio, inand to Detroit, Mich., in ; attended private schools and the Detroit branch of the University of Michigan; was graduated from the law department of Harvard University in ; was admitted.

The foreign powers had forced the treaties upon the Chinese, and a continued threat of Western coercion remained an essential element of Sino-Western treaty relations.

After the British and French naval and military forces left inthe burden of treaty implementation fell to Anson Burlingame and his diplomatic colleagues from Britain Cited by: 2. Anson Burlingame and the First Chinese Mission to Foreign Powers avg rating — 0 ratings — published — 12 editions Want to Read saving 4/5.

Anson Burlingame: A Study in Personal Diplomacy. Ann Arbor, MI: University Microfilms, ; Williams, Frederick Wells. Anson Burlingame and the First Chinese Mission to Foreign Powers.

New York: Charles Scribner’s Sons, This example Burlingame, Anson, And Burlingame Treaty Essay is published for educational and informational purposes only. Who Was Anson Burlingame? Anson Burlingame, a name of which most people have probably never heard, was a unique diplomat.

He was appointed by President Abraham Lincoln as U.S. Ambassador to China in Then, China appointed him as China’s Ambassador to All the Treaty Powers, including the U.S., in Late Ch'ing foreign relations must be examined both in the global context of intensified imperialism and shifting power configurations among the leading Western states and Japan, and also against the background of the progressive decline of Manchu rule and the disintegration of the imperial tradition of foreign by: Frederick Wells Williams: Anson Burlingame and the first Chinese mission to foreign powers (New York: Charles Scribner’s Sons, ) Bibliographic reference: BS col.

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