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Kayah State: Kayah State Cultural Museum, Loikaw District, Bawlakhe District, [Perfect Paperback]

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Sept. 15 2010 1155978404 978-1155978406
Chapters: Kayah State Cultural Museum, Loikaw District, Bawlakhe District,. Source: Wikipedia. Pages: 20. Not illustrated. Free updates online. Purchase includes a free trial membership in the publisher's book club where you can select from more than a million books without charge. Excerpt: Kayah State (Burmese: , pronounced formerly, Karenni State) is a state of Myanmar. Situated in eastern Myanmar, it is bounded on the north by Shan State, on the east by Thailand's Mae Hong Son Province, and on the south and west by Kayin State. It lies approximately between 18° 30' and 19° 55' north latitude and between 94°40' and 97° 93' east longitude. The area is 11,670 km² (4,530 square miles). Its capital is Loikaw (also spelt Loi-kaw). The estimated population in 1998 was approximately 207,357, according to UNICEF. It is inhabited primarily by the Karenni ethnic group, also known as Red Karen or Kayah, a Sino-Tibetan people. The Karenni States is the name formerly given to the three states of Kantarawadi (3,161 square miles or 8,190 km, pop (1931) 30,677), Kyebogyi (790 square miles or 2,000 km, pop (1931) 14,282) and Bawlake (568 square miles or 1,470 km, pop (1931) 13,802), located south of the Federated Shan States and east of British Burma. The British government recognized and guaranteed the independence of the Karenni States in an 1875 treaty with Burmese King Mindon Min, by which both parties recognized the area as belonging neither to Burma nor to Great Britain. Consequently, the Karenni States were never fully incorporated into British Burma. The Karenni States were recognized as tributary to British Burma in 1892, when their rulers agreed to accept a stipend from the British government. In the 1930s, the Mawchi Mine in Bawlake was the most important source of tungsten in the world. The Constitution of the Union of Burma in 1947 proclaimed that the three Karenni States be amalgamated into a single constituent state of the u...More: http://booksllc.net/?id=493371

Product Details

  • Perfect Paperback: 22 pages
  • Publisher: Books LLC (Sept. 15 2010)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 1155978404
  • ISBN-13: 978-1155978406
  • Product Dimensions: 22.9 x 15.2 x 0.3 cm
  • Shipping Weight: 86 g

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