The Medicine-men of the Apache ~ John G. Bourke, 1892

Chinese Characteristics. ~Arthur Henderson Smith, 1894

Notes On China. ~U.S. Adjutant-General's Office, 1900

China in Outline, and Woman in China. ~John Talbot Gracey, 1900

Massacres of Christians by heathen Chinese & horrors of the Boxers: Containing a Complete history of the boxes the tai-ping insurrection and massacres of the foreign ministers; manner, customs and peculiarities of the Chinese; Oriental Splendors; Superstitions; secret societies of the Opium habit; Idol worship; Industries; great Cities; Natural Scenery; Etc. ~Harold Irwin Cleveland, 1900

China: the Orient and the Yellow Man: Containing a Full Account of the Great Insurrection in China; Atrocities of the "Boxers;" Massacre of Foreigners and Native Christians; Heroic Attempts to Rescue the Foreign Ministers and Ambassadors, Etc. ~Henry Davenport Northrop, 1900

Map and Short Description of Tientsin. ~Noah Fields Drake, 1900

The Siege In Peking: China Against The World. ~William Alexander Parsons Martin, 1900

World-crisis in China, 1900: A Short Account of the Outbreak of the War with the "Boxers," and Ensuing Foreign Complications, Including Also a Sketch of Events Leading Up to the Distracted Situation in the Chinese Empire. ~Allen Sinclair Will, 1900

China And The Boxers: A Short History On The Boxer Outbreak, With Two Chapters On The Sufferings Of Missionaries And A Closing One On The Outlook. ~Zephaniah Charles Beals, 1901

Three Splendid Little Wars: The Diary of Joseph K. Taussig, 1898-1901. ~Joseph K. Taussig, 1901

Village Life In China: A Study In Sociology. ~Arthur Henderson Smith, 1901

China in Convulsion Volume 1. ~Arthur Henderson Smith, 1901

China in Convulsion Volume 2. ~Arthur Henderson Smith, 1901

Beleaguered in Peking: The Boxer's War Against the Foreigner. ~Robert Coltman, 1901

The World To-Day (formerly The Current Encyclopedia -- A Monthly Record Of Human Progress). ~Shailer Mathews, 1902

Proverbs and common sayings from the Chinese: together with much related and unrelated matter, interspersed with observations on Chinese things-in-general. ~Arthur Henderson Smith, 1902

Chinese heroes : being a record of persecutions endured by native Christians in the Boxer uprising. ~Isaac Taylor Headland, 1902

The Boxer Uprising; Cheefoo, Taku, Tien-Tsin: A Part of Underwood and Underwood's Stereoscopic Tour Through China. ~James Ricalton, 1902

America in the China Relief Expedition. ~A. S. Daggett, 1903

Behind the scenes in Peking. ~Mary Hooker, 1911

The Boxer Rebellion; a political and diplomatic review. ~Paul H. Clements, 1915

American sources, from the period


American sources, modern

China and the Occident; the origin and development of the Boxer movement. ~George Nye Steiger, 1927

The Boxer Catastrophe. ~Chester C. Tan, 1955

The Boxer Rebellion. ~Christopher Martin, 1969

The Spirit Soldiers: A historical narrative of the Boxer Rebellion. ~Richard O'Connor, 1973

Cultures in collision: The Boxer Rebellion. ~William J. Duiker, 1978

The Origins of the Boxer Uprising. ~Joseph W. Esherick, 1988

China Journal: An American Missionary Family During the Boxer Rebellion. ~Eva Jane Price, 1989

History in Three Keys: The Boxers as Event, Experience, and Myth. ~Paul A. Cohen, 1998

The Savage Wars Of Peace: Small Wars And The Rise Of American Power. ~Max Boot, 2002

China Unbound: Evolving Perspectives on the Chinese Past. ~Paul A. Cohen, 2003

The Boxer Rebellion and the Great Game in China: A History. ~David J. Silbey, 2013

Heaven in Conflict: Franciscans and the Boxer Uprising in Shanxi. ~Anthony E. Clark, 2017

Freight & Passenger Cars (Part 1) from the 1898 Car Builders’ Dictionary ~ Newton K. Gregg, 1977

Northern Sil Lum #7 -- Moi Fah -- The Plum Flower Fist ~ Kwon Wing Lam & Ted Mancuso, 1984

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