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|Other Titles: ||The migration of da-nanao area and the road building(1874 ~ 1945)|
|Authors: ||張泓斌;Chang, Hong-bin|
|Keywords: ||大南澳;蘇花道路;開路;開發;移民;Da-Nanao;Suao-Hualien roads;road build;Development;immigration|
|Issue Date: ||2010-01-11 05:04:56 (UTC+8)|
The main goal of the research is to build up the history completely, so can study the migration policy of Taiwan Governor-General Office and make the differences between Taiwanese and Japanese immigrants.
The Da-Nanao position was in east Taiwan north the Central Mountain Range east the section the foothill, hills has been cut off it with the outside contact, after the Atayal moved into under for its sphere of action, was inconvenient and the original resident in the transportation threatens, the solstice governed the initial period not to be able to develop. However after 1908A.D, the Da-Nanao expanded boundary line advance motion complete, in addition garrison road, enters the hindrance which cultivates nearly to relieve, Da-Nanao itself suits the condition for the river mouth plain which the agriculture ploughs, lets Taiwan Governor-General Office note its agricultural development the potential. After more than 10 years open manufacture camphor, 1925A.D start the official impetus Taiwanese immigrate, convenes the volunteer from Taipei and Hsinchu state to enter cultivate, but these immigrations endeavors, have established today Yilan County Suao Township the Chaoyang with the Nanciiang two villages'' scale, and Atayal original residents with Japanese period moved to compose the Da-Nanao area now.
The first chapter is the introduction, explains the author''s motive and main references. Chapter two introduced the nature surroundings and the culture to be the bases of immigration research. Chapter three explained the background of the immigrants—Da-Nanao expanded boundary line advance motion and garrison road opened up the gate of immigration. Chapter four compared the different immigration process and condition between the former and the latter period. Chapter Five illustrated the development of Da-Nanao plain, including all kinds of industry and construction. The last chapter is the
conclusion and the references.
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