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The experience of death and the much broader phenomenon of fear of death deeply affected the population. The survivors of the rebellions had to cope with the direct consequences of war. In the cities, public buildings, shops, and many private residences were destroyed, and trade was severely disrupted. In the countryside, mulberry trees, vital to silk production, were cut down, rice terraces were overgrown, and dikes and irrigation ditches were destroyed. As people fled the worst-affected areas, widespread depopulation was the most dramatic result.
Villages and towns were destroyed and the cultivated land all lay waste. White skeletons lay on the thorns. ”34 It was not until several years after the Taiping Rebellion had been suppressed that the western part of Jiangsu province was resettled by numerous immigrants. THE NIAN REBELLION Until now, this chapter has considered the impact of the Taiping Rebellion on people’s lives in China’s most affluent region, that is, Nanjing and the surrounding area south of the Yangzi River, usually referred to as Jiangnan.
Other Triad groups, including the Red Turbans, established small “states” in parts of The Taiping Rebellion, 1850–1864. (David S. ) 4 Daily Lives of Civilians in Wartime Asia Guangdong and Guangxi. In the early 1860s, small-scale sectarian uprisings occurred in north China. The Second Opium War (or Arrow War), started by British and French forces in 1856 and culminating in the allied occupation of Beijing in 1860, was a further challenge to stability in mid-nineteenth-century China. Given the widespread and prolonged social unrest, it is reasonable to assume that just about everyone in China was directly or indirectly affected by these military conflicts.