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Anson Burlingame Anson Burlingame, head & shoulders, rt. Profile Reproduction Number:
LC-USZ62-43012
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LOT 3183, p. 77 [item] [P&P]
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books, dissertations A visit to the Tsungli Yamen

external image insert_table.gif[[image:/i/bullet_arrow_down.gif width=”15″ height=”15″]]Author: Walter Anson Burlingame; Warren B Walsh
Publisher: University of California Press, 19–]
OCLC Number: 56426949
Notes: From: Pacific historical review. p. 452-454 ; 26 cm. Pacific historical review. [by Walter Anson Burlingame] ; edited by Warren B. Walsh.
University of Hong Kong 1900 article

 

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AB speeches Address upon the life and character of Washington : delivered before the Brady and Scott Guards on the 22d February, 1843 Author: Anson Burlingame
Publisher: Detroit : Sheldon M’Knight, Printer, 1843.
Washington’s Birthday addresses.
OCLC Number: 885798533
Notes: Reproduction of original from Huntington Library.
Description: 225 p.
Other Titles: Sabin Americana, 1500-1926.
Miami University Libraries
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1843 document
books, dissertations Anson Burlingame and the first Chinese mission to foreign powers Author : Williams, Frederick Wells, 1857-1928.
Title : Anson Burlingame and the first Chinese mission to foreign powers.
Published : New York : Scribner’s, 1912.
Restrictions : Access to portions of this material may be restricted.
Location : Widener Ch 120.7.5
Description : x, 369 p. port. 22 cm.
Notes : Bibliography: p. 359-366.
HOLLIS Number : 001423883
Howard University
WASHINGTON, DC 20059
Smithsonian Institution Libraries
Smithsonian Libraries
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Library of Congress
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Harvard University
1912 google doc/pdf
books, dissertations Anson Burlingame : a study in personal diplomacy Author: Sun-gi Kim
Publisher: Ann Arbor, Mich. [usw.] Univ.: Univ. Microfilms Internat., 1977.
Dissertation: Erschien zuerst als Diss. 1966.
OCLC Number: 251432635
Staatsbibliothek zu Berlin – Preussischer Kulturbesitz Berlin State Library ‒ Prussian Cultural Heritage
Berlin, D-10785 Germany
1966 document
Anson Burlingame Anson Burlingame, full lgth., standing, facing left; with 2 Chinese men. Reproduction Number:
LC-USZ62-66340 (b&w film copy neg.)
Call Number:
BIOG FILE – Burlingame, Anson, 1820-1870 [item] [P&P]
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Correspondence, incoming and outgoing (1856-1967); legal and financial records; memorabilia, including address books, clippings, genealogical records, and photographs; and writings, mostly of Roger Burlingame, including manuscript and/or published articles, books, book reviews, diaries, poems, short stories, and speeches. Family members represented include Anson Burlingame (1820-1870), a politician and diplomat; Edward L. Burlingame (1848-1922), author and editor; William Roger Burlingame (1889-1967), author, biographer, and novelist; and his wife, Angeline Whinton (d. 1967), a literary agent, known professionally as Ann Watkins. Notable correspondents include Leonard Bacon, Kay Boyle, Elmer Davis, John Dos Passos, Allen W. Dulles, Milton Eisenhower, Dorothy Canfield Fisher, F. Scott Fitzgerald, John Kenneth Galbraith, Nathan G. Goodman, Sidney Howard, Henry James, Rudyard Kipling, Archibald MacLeish, John P. Marquand, Edward R. Murrow, Lithgow Osborne, Henry F. Pringle, Elmo Roper, William L. Shirer, James Thurber, Edith Wharton, E.B. White, Hetty Whitney, Thornton Wilder, and others. Burlingame Family Papers Special Collections Research Center,
Syracuse University Library
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Burlingame Family Papers, 1810-1937. This collection consists of correspondence and other papers of Anson Burlingame, his wife Jane Cornelia Livermore Burlingame, and their son Edward Livermore Burlingame. Ii includes memorabilia, a diary, maps, photos, and commissions from President Lincoln. Important correspondents include William H. Seward, Charles Sumner, George Bancroft, John C. Fremont, Jessie Benton Fremont, William Cullen Bryant, Theodore Parker, Richard Henry Dana, Thomas Nast, Horace Mann, Rudyard Kipling, Mark Twain, Edith Wharton, Frances Hodgson Burnett, and Gustave Dore.
Reproduction Microfilm Washington, D.C. Library of Congress c1967 5 microfilm reels, 35 mm
Note Reproduction and publication restricted Library of Congress, Manuscript Division
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Description 5 reels
Descript Microfilm
Note Part of the Land-grant Research Collection
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This series consists of resolutions of State legislatures, petitions and memorials referred to the Committee on Foreign Affairs.

During the 19th century the three subjects that prompted the greatest number of petitions to the committee were those involving the annexation of Texas and the Mexican War (25A-G6.1, 26A-G6.3, 27A-G7.3, 28A-G7.5, 29A-G5.3, 30A-G6.2), restrictions on Chinese immigration (41A-H4.2, 42A-H5.1, 44A-H5.3, 48A-H9.3, 49A-H9.1, 50A-H10.2, 51A-H8.1, 52A-H7.4, 53A-H11.3), and Cuban independence (41A-H4.1, 42A-H5.3, 43A-H6.2, 54A-H11.2).

Petitions and Memorials, compiled 1822 – 1968, documenting the period 1810 – 1968
ARC Identifier 565658
Series from Record Group 233: Records of the U.S. House of Representatives, 1789 – 2006
reator(s): U.S. House of Representatives. Committee on Foreign Affairs. (03/13/1822 – 03/19/1975)
Type(s) of Archival Materials: Textual Records
Inclusive Dates: 1822 – 1968
Coverage Dates: 1810 – 1968
Date Note: The records in this series that predate the establishment of the standing committee were created by various predecessor select and special committees and incorporated into the standing committee’s files.
Part Of: Record Group 233: Records of the U.S. House of Representatives, 1789 – 2006
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books, dissertations The Burlingame mission : a political disclosure, supported by official documents, mostly unpublished. To which are added: various papers and discourses on the claim of the Emperor of China to universal supremacy; the true nature of actual diplomatic relations between China and western powers; the position and influence in China of Robert Hart, esq., as confidential adviser of the Tsung-li Yamen; the Hart-Alcock convention; the dispersion of the Lay-Osborn flotilla; the “New Chinese University”; the policy of the United States in China; the new China policy of England; the western policy, and the diplomacy of the Chinese government; the massacre of Tien-tsin; the Chung-‘ho mission; the audience question; and the coming war. —
Gumpach, Johannes von
Control number: NY006224211 082094
Local control number: 0901449128 OCL Upgrade
Author: Gumpach, Johannes von.
Imprint: Shanghai; New York : [s.n.], 1872.
Physical description: xviii, 891 p. : ill. ; 23cm.
Note: Microfilm. (American culture, 1493-1875, r. 621, no. 9)
Held by: NYSL
Subject: Burlingame, Anson, 1820-1870.
Subject: China–Foreign relations.
Call number: 320.973 A51, reel 33:11
Location/Holdings: MB/FM
1872 document
letter, Twain Mark Twain letter to Burlingame on his appt to China Burlingame Family Papers – Box 1 LOC
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1860 letter
letter, parents AB to parents – Detroit Sept 24, 1839 Burlingame Family Papers – Box 1 LOC
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1839 letter
letter, parents AB to parents – Detroit June 30, 1839 Burlingame Family Papers – Box 1 LOC
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1839 letter
letter, Lincoln AB to Lincoln – Boston, Oct 31, 1860; intro of Henry Chamberlain, esq Burlingame Family Papers – Box 1 LOC
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1860 letter
letter, Lincoln AB to Lincoln – Shanghai, march 6 1862; intro of M G Ward Burlingame Family Papers – Box 1 LOC
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1862 letter
Magazine article Anson Burlingame: Reformer and Diplomat Anderson, David L. “Anson Burlingame: Reformer and Diplomat.” Civil War History 25 (December 1979): 293-308; as noted on infoplease.com infoplease.com 1979 document
Magazine article Anson Burlingame: American Architect of the Cooperative Policy in China, 1861-1871 Anderson, David L. “Anson Burlingame: American Architect of the Cooperative Policy in China, 1861-1871.” Diplomatic History 1 (Summer 1977): 239-56; as noted on infoplease.com infoplease.com 1977 document
book Imperialism and Idealism: American Diplomats in China, 1861–1898 Anderson, David L., Bloomington: Indiana University Press, 1985 answer.com 1985 document
speeches, Congress An appeal to patriots against fraud and disunion Washington, D.C.: Buell & Blanchard, printers LOC? 1858 document
speeches, Congress Defence [sic] of Massachusetts. Speech of Hon. Anson Burlingame, of Massachusetts, in the House of Representatives, June 21, 1856 House records? LOC? 1856 document
book Anson Burlingame; His Mission to China and the First Chinese Mission to Western Nations Yeager, Carl Francis. Anson Burlingame; His Mission to China and the First Chinese Mission to Western Nations . Washington: N.p., 1950. infoplease.com 1950 document
books, dissertations Anson Burlingame, S. Wells Williams and China, 1861-1870: A Great Era in Chinese-American Relations Material Type:
Thesis/dissertation
Martin Robert Ring
OCLC Number:
11408091
Description:
i, 341 l. 20 cm.
Tulane University,
University of Maryland Libraries
Theodore R. McKeldin Library
College Park, MD 20742 United States
1972 document
memorial, tribute Tribute of the Chamber of Commerce of the State of New-York, to the memory of Anson Burlingame, late ambassador from China, March 3d, 1870 Elliot C. Cowdin. Chamber of Commerce of the State of New York. Tribute of the Chamber of Commerce of the State of New-York, to the memory of Anson Burlingame, late ambassador from China, March 3d, 1870. New-York: J. W. Amerman, printer, 1870. NY Times March 4, 1870 article
books, dissertations “The Life of Anson Burlingame.” Koo, Telly H. “The Life of Anson Burlingame.” Ph.D. diss., Harvard University, 1922. Harvard 1922 document
book The Burlingame Mission Gumpach, Johannes von. The Burlingame Mission . Shanghai, New York [etc.]: N.p., 1872. LOC
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1872 document
book Sunmer—Brooks-Burlingame Campbell, James Edwin. Sunmer—Brooks-Burlingame . Columbus, Ohio: N.p., 1925; as noted on infoplease.com infoplease.com 1925 document
book American Diplomacy in the Orient John W. Foster, as mentioned in answer.com answer.com 1903 document
book Americans in Eastern Asia Tyler Dennett, as mentioned in answer.com answer.com 1922 document
book China and America: The Story of Their Relations since 1784 Foster Rhea Dulles, as mentioned in answer.com answer.com 1946 document
book The Making of a Special Relationship: The United States and China to 1914 Hunt, Michael H. The Making of a Special Relationship: The United States and China to 1914. New York: Columbia University Press, 1983. answer.com 1983 document
chinese exclusion Oriental Exclusion R. D. McKenzie Columbia Electronic Encyclopedia 1928 document
chinese exclusion The Unwelcome Immigrant​ ​S. C. Miller Columbia Electronic Encyclopedia 1969 document
The Story of the Chinese in America B. L. Sung Columbia Electronic Encyclopedia 1971 document
Driven Out: The Forgotten War against Chinese Americans J. Pfaelzer Columbia Electronic Encyclopedia 2007 document
memorial, tribute The Childhood of Anson Burlingame — Personal Recollections of Gen W H Gibson Published: March 6, 1870 Copyright © The New York Times 1870 newspaper clipping
WB letter; attack in China A BANDIT THREAT TO THE BURLINGAME MISSION, includes letter from Walter to his gradfather

WARREN B WALSH The Far Eastern Quarterly (pre-1986); Aug 1946; 5, 4; ABI/INFORM Global pg. 455; also notes K. Biggerstaff, “A translation of Anson Burlingame’s instructions from the Chinese foreign office,” Far Eastern Quarterly, 1 (May 1942), 277-279; and W. B. Walsh, “The beginnings of the Burlingame mission,” Far Eastern Quarterly 4, (May, 1945) 274-277.
attack in China The Chinese Embassy to All the Treaty Powers G.H. Colton Salter. North China Herald, Shanghai December 14, 1867 article
Hon. Anson Burlingame Walter Hilliard Bidwell, The Eclectic Magazine, n.s., vol 8, pp. 1155-7, with portrait. New York September 1868 article
A Talk with Mr. Burlingame about China Richard J. Hinton, The Galaxy, vol 6, pp. 613-623. New York November 1868 article
The Chinese Mission to Christendom Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine, col 68, pp. 194-206 Edinburgh February 1869 article
Banquet in Honor of Major-General John A. Dix, Late Envoy Extraordinary and Minister Plenipotentiary from the United States to France, Given by the Americans of Paris Paris, 1869. 46pp. Containing a speech by Burlingame 1869

 

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