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Lecture 2 (Thurs. 1/31/08) History 107 Non-Western Civilization: Modern Japan, 1860–Present “Troubles at Home, Dangers from Abroad” ( Naiy ± -gaikan ) Lecture outline 1. Troubles at Home - Ky ± h ± Reforms - Kansei Reforms - ² shio Heihachir ± and the 1830s 2. Dangers from Abroad: British Imperialist Expansion in Asia - High Age of British Imperialism - India and the China Trade - The Opium War and the “Treaty Port System” - Treaty of Nanking (1842) - Soon followed by US, France, Russia 3. Japan and the West, 1842-1854 - Rumors of trouble - Enter, the USA: The arrival of Commodore Perry - Abe’s gamble: Ask the Daimyo
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Unformatted text preview: Key Terms Bakufu (tent government) Tokugawa Yoshimune (1684-1751) (eighth shogun; reigns from 1716-45) Ky ± h ± Reforms (1716-45) Tenmei famine (1782-83) “Smashings” ( Uchi kowashi ) Matsudaira Sadanobu (1758-1829) (Daimyo of Shirakawa domain; Chief Councilor; dominates the Bakufu in the early 1790s) Kansei Reforms (1790s) ² shio Heihachir ± (1793-1837) ² shio’s Rebellion - 1837 First Opium War 1840-42 Treaty of Nanking 1842 Treaty Port System Extraterritoriality Abe Masahiro (1819-57) Commodore Mathew Perry (1794-1858) Townsend Harris (1804-78)...
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This note was uploaded on 04/23/2008 for the course HIS 107 taught by Professor Gates during the Spring '08 term at Bradley.

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