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    Title: 黃日炳派下家族與桃園地區的拓墾及發展
    Authors: 黃綉穎;Huang, Hsiu-Ying
    Contributors: 歷史研究所
    Keywords: 埔仔;家族;桃園地區;莿仔陂;黃日炳;黃登傑;Puzi;family;Taoyuan area;Ci-zi slope;Huang Jih-Ping;Huang Teng-Chieh
    Date: 2018-07-30
    Issue Date: 2018-08-31 15:02:45 (UTC+8)
    Publisher: 國立中央大學
    Abstract: 本研究主要以地方性家族為例,由家族形成的過程作為研究的時間深度,分析其於某一地區的拓墾與發展,一方面探究區域地方史的背景與歷史脈絡,另一方面藉由家族的發展歷程,來探討漢人移墾社會的形成及其結構與特質。
    ;This study investigated the background of a local family that resided on Ci-zi slope, Taoyuan, Taiwan, to discuss the formation, structure, and characteristics of Han reclamation society. The family formation process of the Huang Jih-Ping family was studied along with their historical and temporal–spatial context to analyze development and land reclamation in Taiwan. The first chapter uses data from the family genealogy and local chorography to discuss demographic information such as the family’s origin, hometown environment, and socioeconomic conditions to determine their motivation and route for coming to Taiwan. In the second chapter, the environmental background of the Taoyuan area in the Qing dynasty is analyzed using information from surveys conducted under Japanese rule, such as land tax reports and land ledgers, in combination with cadastral maps of the same period to discuss the development history of the Huang family’s reclamation in this region. Moreover, household certificates and family records from the same period are employed along with numerous oral interviews to discuss the core of the family’s internal development and to further discuss ancestor worship and family cohesion. In the last chapter, data including official survey results, the Taiwan Nichinichi Shinpo , account books from local societies for deities , and local chorography are analyzed to determine the Huang family’s interaction and connection with local society. Because existing first-hand historical materials regarding the Huang family are limited, this study also conducted oral history interviews and field surveys to obtain additional information. Through a case study of the Huang family, this research integrates family history and local developmental history to study the context of Han reclamation society development in Taiwan, adopting diverse perspectives to provide new insight on Taiwanese history.
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