China's Last Nomads: The History and Culture of China's Kazaks
This study, based on Chinese publications and archival materials as well as on recent fieldwork, provides an up-to-date treatment of Kazak history and culture, emphasizing the Kazaks in 20th-century China and, in particular, their status today as one of China's minority nationalities.
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China's last Nomads: the history and culture of China's Kazaks
Linda Benson,Ingvar Svanberg
Zobrazenie úryvkov - 1998
Ablai Asian Autonomous County Autonomous Region Barkol began Beijing border capital Central Asia Central Eurasian century China Chinese sources cities continued Cultural Revolution Despite East Turkestan Republic economic ethnic farms figures groups Hami Han Chinese herders herds Hi-Kazak Autonomous Prefecture Horde Ibid Ili-Kazak included income increased Islam Kashgar Kazak areas Kazak language Kazak leaders Kazak population Kazakstan Khan Kirghiz land language Linda Benson majority Manchu ment military minority areas minority cadre Mongolia Mongols Mori-Kazak Muslim national minority nomadic northwest number of animals number of Kazaks official Osman Osman Batur Oyrat party pastures People's percent political provincial Qing reform religious remained reportedly reports Russian Saifudin schools SCMP Sheng small number Soviet steppe Tacheng three districts Three Districts Revolution Tian Shan tion towns trade traditional troops Turkic urban Urumqi USSR Wang Xibo Xinjiang Xinjiang ribao Yining yuan yurt