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25687Re: [SCA-JML] Refrence

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  • the.lady.phoenix@gmail.com
    Jun 2, 2009
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      Uesugi Family, pages 286, 332-33
      Uji 23, 34-44

      alas, I can't find any refrence that has both in the hour I've spent
      scanning the relavent sections.


      On 02/06/2009, JL Badgley <tatsushu@...> wrote:
      > On Tue, Jun 2, 2009 at 12:21 PM, <the.lady.phoenix@...> wrote:
      >> Ohayo,
      >> well, last night (like 6 hours ago) I was in the house where 2 out of
      >> 3 of the places for my refrences to be stored are located, and found,
      >> "Government And Local Power In Japan 500-1700" by John Whitney Hall
      >> Second printing 1970, SBN 691-03019-7, published by Princeton University
      >> Press.
      >> I'm wondering if anyone else has read this and how "good" of a
      >> resource they found it or didn't and why.  Obviously if I am the first
      >> to read it here (though I doubt that!) I'll make a report on if I
      >> found it good, hard to follow, etc.
      > Excellent resource! John Whitney Hall is definitely one of the names
      > to look for regarding any historical info on Japan. I wish I could
      > find my copy (if you wanted to check, he might have something in there
      > about the uji debate... but maybe not).
      > This work looks at the specifics of government--As I recall it looks
      > at the governance of Bizen from the early formation of Japanese
      > statehood all the way up to the Edo period. It is quite the resource,
      > and often quoted, even today. There may be some ideas that are out of
      > date, but that doesn't disqualify the scholarship involved in any way.
      > -Ii
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