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HIS 372 / 572,
THE HISTORY OF EARLY MODERN JAPAN


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A SELECTED SOURCE BIBLIOGRAPHY

SELECTED BIBLIOGRAPHY
LAST REVISED: JANUARY 2005

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This site has been prepared by Lee A. Makela (l.makela@csuohio.edu) for the use of students at Cleveland State University, Cleveland, Ohio, USA, who are enrolled in HIS 372/572, The History of Early Modern Japan during the Spring Semester of the 2007 - 2008 Academic Year; please contact him with any comments.  
 Last revised: January 18, 2006