Saintly Brokers: Uyghur Muslims, Trade, and the Making of Qing Central Asia, 1696--1814

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ProQuest, 2008 - 469 頁
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During the Qing-Zunghar war (1696-1759), the Uyghur Muslims allied themselves to the Qing side in order to participate in the wartime economic boom in the Central Asian frontier, created by the Qing army's need to purchase military supplies from local Muslims. After the Qing conquest of Muslim Xinjiang in 1759, these Muslims worked as commerce brokers for the new Qing empire, which aggressively tapped into trade as the source of its state and imperial finance. Shared, if conflicting, commercial interests in the exploitation of the overland trade as well as common concern about the resurgence of the expelled rulers of the region, the Kashgar khojas, intensified the mutual dependence of the Qing rulers and the Muslims during the Qianlong Period.
  

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