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INDEX


Abdur Rahman, Amir of Afghanistan, quoted, 288.

Agriculture, U.S. Department of, 207.

Amban, the, 253.

American Baptist Mission, 81, 85, 158, 183.

American engineers, surveying in Yunnan, 29.

American Legation, the, at Peking, 232, 237.

A-Mi-chou, 21, 22.

Amur River, 251.

Annamese, in Haiphong, appearance and dress of, 12, 13; and the Red River R.R., 15.

Annamese police, 7, 8.

Annamese Tirailleurs, 18, 19.

Anning River, valley of, the shortest trade-route between Szechuan and Indo-China, 71; 78, 89.

Arnold Arboretum, 66.

Assam hills, life on tea-plantations of, 17, 18.


Baber, Colborne, in Chien Ch'ang, 74; cited, 90, 106, 171, 181, 182, 191, 204.

Baikal, Lake, 236.

Bailey, Captain, English officer at Tachienlu 126 ff.; his later explorations, 127; defends Tibetans, 132; 139, 175.

Barrow, riding in a, 169.

Batang, 124, 126, 128, 131, 160.

Bayard, Fort, 7, 8.

Beggars, absence of, in West China, 46.


Bishop, Mrs. Bird, 216.

Black Rock Rapid, 216, 217.

Bogda Ola (Holy Mountain), 274, 282.

Bogdo, the Living Buddha, status of, 277; superstitions concerning, 278; a second-rate god, 278; his motor-cars, 279. And see Gigin, the.

Bonze, the, his Buddhism, 282.

Boxer rising (1900), 28, 225, 233.

Brick tea, transportation of, 105, 106; how prepared, 159, 160.

Bridges in Yunnan, 61.

British American Tobacco Co., 67, 183, 235, 242.

Brooke, Lieutenant, murder of, by Lolos, 75.

Buddha, colossal figure of, at Chia-ting, 180, 181, 182, 200, 201; reigns supreme on Omei, 189; his tooth at Wan-nien Ssu, 191.

Buddha, the Living, 253, 277. And see Bogdo and Gigin.

"Buddha's Glory," 189.

Buddhism, and lamaism, 138; many forms of, 282; lamaism a "black travesty" of, 282; 317.

Buggy, an American, in Mongolia, 257, 264.

Burma, Upper, 3.

Burmese, the, 12.


Caindu (Chien Ch'ang), 74.

Calcutta, 112.

Camel Road, Kalgan to Urga, 245 ff.

Camels, in Mongolia, 263.