banner system

banner system,

Manchu conscription system. Companies of ManchuManchu
, people who lived in Manchuria for many centuries and who ruled China from 1644 until 1912. These people, related to the Tungus, were descended from the Jurchen, a tribe known in Asia since the 7th cent. They were first called Manchu in the early 17th cent.
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 warriors were grouped (1601) into brigades, each with a distinctive banner. The banner system integrated former tribal units into a bureaucratic war machine that enabled the Manchus to conquer and rule China as the Ch'ingCh'ing
or Manchu
, the last of the Imperial dynasties of China. Background

The Ch'ing dynasty was established by the Manchus, who invaded China and captured Beijing in 1644, and lasted until 1911.
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 dynasty (1644–1912). Banners (brigades) and their component companies did not live and fight as units but were garrisoned at various places and contributed a certain quota of men to make up a fighting force when needed. Later, banners of Mongol and Chinese adherents were also organized. About 1.5 million bannermen and their families were garrisoned at strategic points and major population centers throughout China. By the 19th cent. corruption and inefficiency pervaded the banner system, forcing the Ch'ing government to rely increasingly on provincial militia.
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Grade point averages were collected from the Banner system of the college registrar.
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This was done through organizing the military into a multi-ethnic banner system, ensuring a strong economy based on agriculture and the ginseng trade, purchasing cannon and muskets from Portuguese traders, adopting a Manchu script and selective sinicization, and constructing a governance system with administrative innovations ruling over a diverse and multi-ethnic population.
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With the help of a software system at the college called the SunGuard/SCT Banner System, students will now be able to make payments online.
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The author's insistence that it was the lifeways fostered by the banner system that made banner people "Manchus" is surely on the mark, and his main argument--that Manchu-Han difference in the era of the late Qing dynasty, far from being mere rhetoric, in fact was grounded in realities and perceptions widely recognized at the time--carries the day.