Celestial Empire and What Caused the Opium War and Could It Be Avoided
uplode a doc of 25 notes showing your research for the paper in 1 week.
The length should be 7-8 pages (not including your bibliography).
You are not required to include a title page, but I would like you to make sure there are page numbers.
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Remember to cite your sources. Please use one of the standard citation formats which includes author, title, and page number. I have included this as a guide for your bibliography
Here are sme sources that might help.
Fay, Peter Ward. The Opium War, 1840-1842: Barbarians in the Celestial Empire in the Early Part of the Nineteenth Century and the War by Which They Forced Her Gates Ajar. The Opium War, 1840-1842. Chapel Hill: University of North Carolina Press, 1975.
Chen, Song-Chuan. Merchants of War and Peace : British Knowledge of China in the Making of the Opium War. HK: Hong Kong University Press, 2017.
Hao, GAO. “Prelude to the Opium War? British Reactions to the ‘Napier Fizzle’ and Attitudes Towards China in the Mid Eighteen‐thirties.” Historical research : the bulletin of the Institute of Historical Research 87, no. 237 (August 2014): 491–509.
Anderson T. Opium War (1839): The Opium Trade. Opium War (1839). August 2017:2. Accessed October 5, 2020.
Derks, Hans. History of the Opium Problem : the Assault on the East, ca. 1600-1950 Leiden ;: Brill, 2012.
Baird, Susan G. “Dolin, Eric Jay. When America First Met China: An Exotic History of Tea, Drugs, and Money in the Age of Sail”. Library Journals, LLC, September 15, 2012.