- Title Pages
- A Book
- Introduction Situating 1862 in History and Shanghai in 1862
OneThe Armistice, Shanghai, and the Facilitator
TwoJapanese Plans and the Scene in Nagasaki
ThreeGetting to Nagasaki, Loading Cargo, and the Voyage to Shanghai
FourComing to Terms with the City of Shanghai and Its Inhabitants
FiveWesterners in Shanghai: The Chinese Malaise
SixOpium, Christianity, and the Taipings
SevenDealings with the Chinese Authorities
EightPreparing for the Trip Home
NineSubsequent Missions to China in the Late Edo Period
TenThe Senzaimaru in Fiction and Film
- Conclusion The Senzaimaru in History
- Appendix Japanese and Chinese Texts
- Maiden Voyage
- University of California Press
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