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Hsiang-hsi Miao-tsu tiao-ch'a pao-kao (Report on an investigation among the Miao tribe of Western Hunan). By Ling Shun-sheng and Jui Yi-fu . Shanghai: Academia Sinica, Institute of History and Philology, Monographs, Series A, No. 18, 1947. iii + xvi + 477 p.

Published online by Cambridge University Press:  23 March 2011

Roy Andrew Miller
University of California
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1 Others, like the Yung-shun bsien-chih of 1930 (sic!) and the Kuei-shun Chib-li chou-chib of 1899, I find listed in catalogues of a few Chinese and Japanese collections, but not in the West.

2 Cf. Feng, P. Y. and Shryock, J. K., “The Black Magic in China Known as Ku,” Journal of the American Oriental Society, 55 (1935), 6CrossRefGoogle Scholar.