First published in 1909, at the midpoint of British occupation, this volume sought to provide the first popular history of Burma (now Myanmar) for British businessmen and visitors otherwise put off by difficulties of translation and understanding. Having lived in Burma for forty years, arriving between the second and third Anglo-Burmese wars, J. Stuart sought to rectify the reduction of Burmese history to barbarism, comparing the struggle for supremacy between historical Burmese factions to the combined history of France, England and Scotland up to James I. To that end, this volume contains a detailed, chronological history from A.D. 639 until 1900 along with 15 illustrations.
1. Chapter 1. Before A.D. 639. 2. Chapter 2. A.D. 639 to 1010. 3. Chapter 3. A.D. 1010 to 1298. 4. Chapter 4. A.D. 1298 to 1557. 5. Chapter 5. A.D.1558 to 1599. 6. Chapter 6. A.D. 1600 to 1752. 7. Chapter 7. A.D. 1752 to 1760. 8. Chapter 8. A.D. 1760 to 1784. 9. Chapter 9. A.D. 1785 to 1819. 10. Chapter 10. A.D. 1819 to 1826. 11. Chapter 11. A.D. 1826 to 1853. 12. Chapter 12. A.D. 1853 to 1885. 13. Chapter 13. A.D. 1885 to 1900.
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