Rebellion and Revolution

As the nineteenth century progressed, China was wracked by repeated uprisings, civil wars and, ultimately, revolution. Materials in this theme include accounts of the Taiping Rebellion (1850-64), the massacres of missionaries at Shanxi (Shansi) in 1900 and the siege of the foreign legations in Beijing during the Boxer Rebellion.

Are missionaries in any way responsible for the present disturbances in China? Dubose, Hampden C. [1900]
The autobiography of the Chung-Wang, translated from the Chinese by W.T. Lay Li, Xiucheng, 1823-1864 1865 Shanghai
China 1911-1912: government changes and national movements: with translations of state documents relating thereto Ridge, William Sheldon, 1875- [1912] Shanghai
Dedicated to the president, officials and all interested in the Republic of China Lowe, J. 1912 Shanghai
The destruction of the schools for the blind by the Chinese in Peking in June 1900 1901
Experiences in China Dickman, J.T., Captain [1901]
Frederick Townsend Ward, organizer and first commander of the "Ever Victorious Army" in the Tai Ping Rebellion Rantoul, Robert S. 1908 Salem, Mass.
Further news of the massacres in Shansi [1900?] [Shanghai?]
The hand of God in the siege of Peking Smith, A.H., Rev
The heart of Pekin: Bishop A. Favier's diary of the siege, May-August, 1900, edited by Rev J. Freri Favier, Alphonse, 1837-1905 1901 Boston
A history of the Szechuen riots (May-June, 1895) Cunningham, Alfred, 1870- [1895] Shanghai
The Hunan tracts of China, which produced the anti-Christian and anti-foreign riots of 1891 1892 Shanghai
The Japanese revolution
Kidnapped in London: being the story of my capture by, detention at, and release from the Chinese legation, London Sun Yat-sen, 1866-1925 1897 Bristol
Missionary Magazine. China 1860-1862 London
Narrative of massacres in Shansi, July, 1900, by the Rev R.C. Forsyth, with introduction by E.H. Edward and Rev Timothy Richard Forsyth, Robert Coventry, Rev 1900 Shanghai
Particulars concerning the last hours of the missionaries massacred at Taiku, Shansi, on 31st July, 1900 [1901] [Shanghai]
The Peking legations: a national uprising and international episode Hart, Robert, Sir, 1835-1911 1900 Shanghai
Peril of China's revolt Totten, Charles Adiel Lewis, 1851-1908 [1900] [New Haven, CT]
Personal recollections of the T'ai-p'ing rebellion, 1861-63 Moule, Arthur Evans, Archdeacon, 1836-1918 1898 Shanghai
A plea for fair play and the recognition of the Chinese Republic Seaman, Louis Livingston, Major 1913
Quarterly register of current history 1891
The reign of terror in the western hills, or stories of the persecution of Chinese Christians in Shansi in 1900 Edwards, E. H. [1901?] [Shanghai]
Religion and revolution Reid, Gilbert, Dr
Religion of the Chinese rebels [1854?]
Secret societies in China Wylie, Alexander, 1815-1888 [1897] [Shanghai]
Shanghai pressmen who distinguished themselves during the revolution 1914 [1914?]
The Shensi relief expedition: being a narrative of the experiences of Mr. A.C. de Sowerby and party, to Shensi during the revolution Sowerby, Arthur de Carle, 1885-1954 [1912] Tientsin
A short sketch of the Taeping Rebellion, 1848-1864 Howard, W. C. 1901 Shanghai
The sources of the anti-foreign disturbances in China: with a supplementary account of the uprising of 1900 Reid, Gilbert, 1857-1927 1903 Shanghai
The story of China: with a description of the events relating to the present struggle, with over seventy illustrations and maps from photographs taken by the author and others, and from original drawings Edwards, Neville 1900 London, Philadelphia
The story of the persecution of the church at Sheo-yang-hsien, Shansi, and of the last days of Mr and Mrs Pigott and family, as told by Li-pai, the shepherd Li-pai [1901?] Shanghai
The survey 1912 New York
The visions of Hung-Siu-tshuen, and origin of the Kwangsi insurrection Hamberg, Theodore, 1819-1854 1854 Hong Kong