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The Ethnic Composition Of The Ming Dynasty Hexi Corridor And Its Development And Changes

Posted on:2012-04-27Degree:MasterType:Thesis
Country:ChinaCandidate:Z M LiuFull Text:PDF
GTID:2215330368993243Subject:Special History
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In this thesis, I discuss the ethnic composition and its development of Hexi Corridor based on the relevant facts. I point there had formed the multi-ethnic pattern with the Han as the main body, including Tibetan, Hui, Yugu, Mongolian and so on. The number and scale of the ethnic changes of Hexi Corridor were both large. There were a large number of Han immigrations. There were a lot of Hui immigrations from the Western Region, and the ethnic groups from western Jiayuguan and so on. The ethnic groups brought together reconstructed on the basis of interaction, adjustment and integration, eventually forming multi-ethnic pattern that had a great impact.There are four chapters in the main body of this thesis. The first chapter is about the geographical environment of Hexi Corridor and the ethnic changes in history. In order to help readers better understand the characteristics of"many"and"new"of the multi-ethnic pattern of Hexi Corridor in the Ming Dynasty, this chapter chiefly introduces the physical and human geography and macroscopically outlines the ethnic changes of Hexi Corridor before the Ming Dynasty. The second chapter is about the Han nationality and its development of Hexi Corridor in the Ming Dynasty. Based on the relevant facts, this chapter demonstrates Han Nationality had gradually become the nationality that had the largest population in this region through various forms of immigration. The third chapter is about minority and its development. This chapter introduces Tibetan, Hui, Yugu and Mongolian one by one. The fourth chapter is about the formation characteristics and significance of multi-ethnic pattern of Hexi Corridor in the Ming Dynasty.In the Ming dynasty the real power was limited to eastern Jiayuguan, western Jiayuguan was governed by Jimi Wei-so. But this thesis focuses on the whole region of Hexi Corridor to study the multi-ethnic history of Hexi Corridor in the Ming dynasty.
Keywords/Search Tags:Ming Dynasty, Hexi Corridor, ethnic composition, multi-ethnic pattern
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