Books on Taiwan 台灣相關

NO. Author/Title EAN 台幣
CW 254 Davidson, J.W. The Island Of Formosa, Past And Present History (福爾摩沙史), People, Resources, And Commercial Prospect. With Illustrations And Two New Maps. (Yokohama: 1903) 4711871496446 1,100
The author served as a war correspondent with the Japanese Army during the takeover of Formosa in 1895 and was later appointed United States Consul for Formosa. The product of eight years of research, this volume is an exhaustive study of the history of Formosa from Dutch rule in 1514 to the beginning of the twentieth century. A considerable portion of this work is devoted to a description of natural resources, industry, and trade in Formosa. Detailed treatment is also given to the inhabitants and plant life of Formosa. The Appendix includes data on aborigine dialects, birds, mammals, and climate. Extensive index. A valuable source for students of Taiwan history and ethnography.
CW 55 Campell, W. Formosa Under The Dutch (荷蘭統治下的台灣). Described From Contemporary Records With Explanatory Notes And A Bibliography Of The Island. (London: 1903) 4711871496637 700
Divided into three parts, this work concerns the condition of Formosa under Dutch rule. The first part is a general description of the island's trade, religion and topography. The second part concerns the missionary work carried out by the Dutch while on Formosa. Part three retells the Chinese conquest of Formosa.
CW 165 Clark, J.D. Formosa (福爾摩沙). (Shanghai: 1896) 4711871496606 600
J.D. Clark having taken most of his information from the Decennial Reports of the Chinese Imperial Maritime Customs, 1882.1891, begins with a brief history of the events around the year 1882, and continues in fuller detail of the years between 1885 and 1895, and Japanese occupation. In addition to an historical description, the author, seeing Formosa as a rich island, pays particular attention to her industrial and agricultural aspects, with much detail on the two cities of Tamsui and Tainan.
CW 34 Imbault Huart, C. L'ile Formose (福爾摩沙島歷史). Histoire Et Description (Paris: 1893) 4711871496644 1,100
This work opens with an extensive annotated bibliography by H. Cordier of works related to Formosa in Chinese, Japanese, and European languages The historical portion of this work is based primarily on official Chinese accounts of Formosa and European scholarship. The history begins with Chinese raids on Formosa in 605 A.D. The Dutch occupation, rise and reign of Koxinga and his descendants, Ch'ing conquest, and Japanese occupation are discussed in turn. The descriptive portion is devoted to geography, political organization, agriculture, industry and commerce, the people, and travel in Formosa Maps and illustrations abound.
CW 255 Pickering, W. A. Pioneering In Formosa (台灣之開創者). Recollections Of Adventures-among Mandarins, Wreckers And Head-Hunting Savages. With An Appendix On British Policy And Interests In China And The Far East. With 25 Illustrations. (London: 1898) 4711871496453 760
Pioneering in Formosa contains recollections of adventures of foreigners among the natives of Formosa before the turn of the century. Part of the book is a travelogue telling of modes of transportation and scenery, but most of the text deals with the lives of Formosa's various inhabitants.
CW 260 McGovern, J. B. M. Among The Head-Hunters Of Formosa (獵人頭的台灣). (London: 1922) 4711871496507 680
Written for the general public, the authoress, an anthropologist, records her observations after living among the aborigines of Formosa for two years, 1916-1918. Divided in two parts, the first is a sympathetic and highly personal account of her first encounter with Formosa and its native inhabitants. The second part is a straight forward description of the manners and customs of aboriginal tribes which she observed. Topics included are: racial stock, social organization, religious beliefs and practices, marriage, illness and death, arts and crafts, tattooing and other forms of mutilations and transportation Numerous illustrations. Index.
OS 21 Inez de Beauclair, ed. Neglected Formosa (被遺忘的台灣): A Translation from the Dutch of Frederic Coyett's 't Verwaerloosde Formosa. 1975. xviii, 207pp. 4711871496422 610
ALS 6 George Williams Carrington, Foreigners in Formosa (在福爾摩沙/台灣的外國人), 1841-1874. 1977. xiv, 308pp. Frontis., map, index 4711871496408 600
CW 261 Dodd, J. Journal Of A Blockaded Resident In North Formosa (中法戰爭時北台灣遭封鎖之日記), During The Franco-Chinese War 1884-1885 (HK: 1888) 4711871496514 780
Recorded by a foreign resident of the period, the events during the Blockade of Formosa by a French fleet (1884.85) are given in diary form. The author has also added chapters describing Keelung and Camphor districts.
CW 259 Boehm, L. Formosa (台灣封鎖下的一個故事), A Tale Of The French Blockade Of 1884-1885. China Coast Tales Series VI. No. 10. (Shanghai: 1906) 4711871496491 560
A fictional account of life among the family of a British consulate in Kantow, Formosa, allegedly based in fact. In an highly entertaining style the author attempts to impart the flavor of life in a treaty port before and after the Tientsin Massacre, which led to a French blockade and bombardment of Kantow.
CW 263 Foley, F. J. The Great Fromosan Imposter (台灣的大騙徒).. (St.Louis University: 1968) 4711871496538 620
A careful study of the life of a born imposter known as George Psalamanazar (1679-1763) who wrote. An Historical and Geographical Description of Formosa in 1704, a best seller in London, and who also passed himself off to the elite of Europe as a Formosan prince, until he was ultimately exposed and discredited. On the basis of painstaking documentary research the author separates fact and fiction in the life and works of his subject, the most important source being the Memoirs of Psalamanazar. Examples of the subjects own script, thirteen personal letters and a hitherto unpublished essay are published in full for the first time in the appendices.
CW 302 唐美君著 Mei-chun Tang Urban Chinese Families (臺灣的中國都市家庭)AN ANTHROPOLOGICAL FIELD STUDY IN TAIPEI CITY , TAIWAN; 1978, 4711871496378 650
This is a study of certain aspects of Chinese family life as lived in a certain neighborhood in an urba community in Taiwan. It is based on fieldwork and written sources and seeks, throh analyss of these data, to contribute to a larger understanding of the dynamics of Chinese family organization and industrialization in the present Taiwan.