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Breaking New Ground in Lao History


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Forms a rich collage of the central Mekong basin spanning nearly 1,400 years of history

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List of MapsIntroductionContributorsOn the Writing of Lao History: Continuities and DiscontinuitiesWen Dan and Its Neighbours: The Central Mekong Valley in the seventh and eighth centuriesEvolution of the Chronicle of Luang Prabang: A Comparison of Sixteen VersionsEarly European Impressions of the LaoThe Universal History: An Early European Account of the LaoThe Kingdom of Laos: An Edited Reprint of the 1759 Universal HistoryThe Quy Hop Archive: Vietnamese-Lao Relations Reflected in Border-Post Documents Dating from 1619 to 1880The Lao - Tay-son Alliance, 1792 and 1793Millenarian Movements in Laos: 1895-1936: Depictions by Modern Lao HistoriansLaos Mapped by Treaty and Decree, 1895-1907References Index

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Mayoury Ngaosrivathana is the coauthor of Paths to Conflagration. Kennon Breazeale is projects coordinator, East-West Center, Honolulu.

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