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Qing Dynasty
1644-1912
Libby Mulcahy, Vicki Tinnell, Josh Quinnie
MAP
Dynasty:
A lineage of hereditary succession to an essentially same 
position, usually monarchy. Family members follow one ...
New Dynasty
Run smooth
government
Corrupt or bad policyPeople try to overthrow
Heaven weighs in
" Mandate of Heaven"
The Manchus were people of the Manchuria region
who invaded china and over took the dynasty. The
leader of the Manchus bec...
Opium War-Between China and the British(1839)
when Britain refused to trade Opium with
Chinese. China lost and signed peac...
Taiping Rebellion
As a response to the opium war,this rebellion became the largest ever
led by Hong Xiuquan captured city ...
Important Facts
#1
• Manchu emperors wernt very popular because they were non-
Chinese and descended from horsemen from th...
Important Figure: Kangxi
1661-1721
He reduced government expenses
and lowered taxes. The
society gained wealth and enjoyed...
Important Figure: Qianglong
1935-1976
     He skillfully dealt with the 
relationship between Manchu, 
Han and other ethni...
Why Qing Dynasty was important:
 Qing Dynasty was only the second to be invaded and ruled by 
foreigners.  The "Qing"  was...
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  1. 1. Qing Dynasty 1644-1912 Libby Mulcahy, Vicki Tinnell, Josh Quinnie
  2. 2. MAP
  3. 3. Dynasty: A lineage of hereditary succession to an essentially same  position, usually monarchy. Family members follow one another  to the position, according to rules of their dynasty. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dynasty
  4. 4. New Dynasty Run smooth government Corrupt or bad policyPeople try to overthrow Heaven weighs in " Mandate of Heaven"
  5. 5. The Manchus were people of the Manchuria region who invaded china and over took the dynasty. The leader of the Manchus became chinas new emperor.
  6. 6. Opium War-Between China and the British(1839) when Britain refused to trade Opium with Chinese. China lost and signed peace treaty.
  7. 7. Taiping Rebellion As a response to the opium war,this rebellion became the largest ever led by Hong Xiuquan captured city of Nanjing and declared his capitol.This new capitol was none to be called, "Heavenly kingdom of great peace."
  8. 8. Important Facts #1 • Manchu emperors wernt very popular because they were non- Chinese and descended from horsemen from the north and opened up China to exploitation from the West. The emperors also made many improvements in the lives of ordinary and expanded China to its present size. http://factsanddetails.com/china.php?itemid=57&catid=2&subcatid=2 #2 • The Qing Dynasty was the second time in history when China as a whole was ruled by foreigners, which at this time were the Manchus. http://www.mnsu.edu/emuseum/prehistory/china/later_imperial_china/qing.html
  9. 9. Important Figure: Kangxi 1661-1721 He reduced government expenses and lowered taxes. The society gained wealth and enjoyed peace and prosperity. One of his greatest contributions to the arts was the establishment of additional imperial workshops in the Forbidden City itself. Also initiated or sponsored a large number of literary compilations, linguistic and lexicographic studies and other intellectual projects http://www.threeemperors.org.uk/in dex.php?pid=17
  10. 10. Important Figure: Qianglong 1935-1976      He skillfully dealt with the  relationship between Manchu,  Han and other ethnic minorities to  reinforce imperial power. His  control was the most prosperous  period of Qing Dynasty. He made  a series of military campaigns  that got rid of the Turk and Mongol  threats to northeastern China ,  which was durng the 1950's,  made his empire larger by  creating the New Province, and  reinforced Chinese authority in the  south. http://www.history-of- china.com/qing-dynasty/qianlong-
  11. 11. Why Qing Dynasty was important:  Qing Dynasty was only the second to be invaded and ruled by  foreigners.  The "Qing"  was the forigners who ruled in China, whom  were very succesful and the ruler was Qianglong .  They had their  own certain identity and did everything against the way chinese would  such as speak their own language and required them to wear Manchu  clothes. The influence of the forigners made this dynasty importnat  because the period of peace that followed the rising of the Qing  Dynasty allowed for growth in all areas. Publis works were repaired,  taxes were reduces,  trade grew, such as silk and tea trade with  Britian, and the rising allowed a rebirth of art and learning.  Also, this  dynasty was importnat because the borders of China were expanded  to their greatest extent ever while still under Qianglong's power.  http://www.mnsu.edu/emuseum/prehistory/china/later_imperial_china/qing.html
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