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Title: Some features on Tra Lu village (Nam Dinh) in the early nineteenth century as seen from Tra Lu land register
Authors: Dinh Thi Thuy Hien
Keywords: Tra Lu village (Nam Dinh) ,Tra Lu land
Issue Date: 2007
Publisher: H. : ĐHQGHN
Series/Report no.: 23, No. 5E (2007) 23-30;
Abstract: Tra Lu, a relatively well-known village in North Vietnam's coastal delta, the history of which is associated with many great events in national history, was formed in the waste land reclamation and sea encroachm ent at the end of the Le Dynasty. It was the place where Western priests first set foot on Vietnam ese land to evangelize. It was the last guerilla base of Phan Ba Vanh's in surgent army, which suffered great dam ages when the uprising failed at the beginning of the 19th century. Soon after that the people of Tra Lu actively participated in the land reclam ation to form the present-day districts of Tien Hai (Thai Binh), Kim Son (Ninh Binh), and Giao Thuy ( Nam Dinh). Unlike the land registers of other villages, that of Tra Lu (1829) reflects not only the picture of its land b u t also its form ation, natural and social changes contributing to clarifying som e historical issues of V ietnam . While the documents on medieval Tra Lu are scarce ow ing to its natural, social changes an d special historical situations, Tra Lu land register is of great value.
Description: tr. 23-30
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