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Records of Guanxi Region
The development of Guanxi area began in 1791, when Wei Agui of Zhuqian Village arrived the east side of Xinpu. This collection comprises land records, personal contracts, licenses, and allotment agreements among devisees of the Zhang family of Hudu Village, as well as relevant documents about Wei Agui’s offspring. It is a source for understanding the development of Guanxi area, especially the developing trace of the Zhang family, the uniqueness of Hakka written language, and the early interactions between the plain aborigines and the Han settlers. Besides, these documents are precious for studying women’s life from the late Qing to the early Japanese colonial period.
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History
When the Institute of Taiwan History’s (ITH’s) Preparatory Office was established in 1993, there was the “Historical Records Office” which is responsible for collection and collation all of valuable Taiwan-related archives, files and documents. With the promotion of digital technology, the digital archives become the main way to collect ITH’s archives since the year of 2000. For example, the National Taiwan Library’s digitized achievement of Japanese rarebooks, which were originally held by Imperial Taiwan Library. In 2004, the ITH began to participate in the NSC Digital Archives Program, and the project of collection also expands to overseas Taiwanese historical materials in Japan, Russia, China, etc. In order to begin the work of systematic collection, integration and digital archives, etc., the Archives of the ITH was formally founded at the end of the year 2009. For support deepening research and diversity development of Taiwan history, the mission and service of Archives of the ITH is to collect and preserve Taiwan's important archives and historical materials.

 


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