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    Title: 苗栗地區客家人移墾研究(1684-1895)
    Other Titles: The reclamation of Hakka in Miaoli (1684-1895)
    Authors: 饒珮琪;Jao, Pei-chi
    Contributors: 淡江大學歷史學系碩士班
    周宗賢;Chou, Tsung Hsien
    Keywords: 客家;移墾;茶葉;樟腦;原住民;Hakka;cultivate;tea;camphor;aboriginal
    Date: 2006
    Issue Date: 2010-01-11 05:04:01 (UTC+8)
    Abstract: 臺灣是個多族群的社會,要了解臺灣歷史,不可避免的需要了解各族群在其開發過程中的互動關係。在族群的議題中,有關於客家人移墾的部份通常是比較弱的一環,而本文即針對客家人在苗栗地區的移墾做一個普遍性的整理與分析,希望對於客家人在苗栗地區的活動脈絡能夠有所貢獻。
    Taiwan is the societies of many ethnicities, find out about history in Taiwan, and understand the relation of each ethnicity while it develops in unavoidable need.

    In the topic of the ethnicity, it is usually a weaker ring to discuss about the Hakka. This research is about the Hakka who cultivating and making arrangement in the area of Miaoli. We wish the research can bring some contribution to the Hakka.

    First of all, we introduce the environment, hydrology, climate of Miaoli, then narrate the state that the area of Miaoli develops of Holland and Zheng period, and then explain in illegal immigration policy causing the problems of Ching Dynasty. After that we observe the priority of Hakka and the other ethnicities in order to find out who come first and which area they like to live. Through the research, it distinguish Hakka favorite place to like and in order to observe his colony gather living environment and space that set to attempt. Certainly we can’t ignore the interaction between Hakka and other ethnicities, such as aboriginals and Pingpu tribes, and their culture in this land.

    Except land, source of water are that the regional life cultivates the indispensable key element even more for life, so with the development of the source of water and construction of the ditch between fields of water, saw the expansion of land development.

    This research will discuss tea and camphor in order to find out the influence of Hakka and the rise of big clan of Hakka. Finally we can also understand the collaboration and collide between economy and benefit.
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