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List of Manchu clans

This is an alphabetical list of Manchu clans:

History

Extinct Manchu clans

The Qing dynasty completely annihilated the Manchu clan Hoifan (Hoifa) in 1697 and the Manchu tribe Ula in 1703 after they revolted against the Qing, both Hoifan and Ula were wiped out.[1]

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I

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W

Y

Sources

  • 清朝通志•氏族略•满洲八旗姓
  • 黑龙江志稿•氏族志
  • 八旗通志•烈女传
  • Gorelova, Liliya M., ed. (2002). Handbook of Oriental Studies. Section 8 Uralic & Central Asian Studies, Manchu Grammar. Volume Seven Manchu Grammar. Brill Academic Pub.  

References

  1. ^ Gorelova 2002, p. 36.

Further reading

  • A partial list of clans, with brief information on each one as they existed ca. 1915, can be found in:  
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