- Title Pages
1Beg, Empire, and Agrarian Developments in Central Asia, 1500–1750
2Capitalist Imperatives and Imperial Connections, 1759–1825
3The “Holy Wars” of the Uprooted, 1826–30
4The “Just and Liberal Rule” of Zuhūr al-Dīn, 1831–46
5Global Crises of Oasis Capitalism, 1847–64
A-2.Arable land in Eastern Turkestan, 1759–1950 (Unit: mu)
B-1.Muslim Notables Submitting to the Qing, 1697–1760
c.Muslim Aristocrats: Muslims Residing in Xinjiang
D-2.Waqf Donations in the Oasis, 1750–1911
E-1.Oasis Rural Settlements in Yarkand, 1770s–1870s
- Borderland Capitalism
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