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by Kathleen L. Lodwick

Free eBook The Chinese Recorder Index: A Guide to Christian Missions in Asia, 1867-1941 download ISBN: 0842022503
Author: Kathleen L. Lodwick
Publisher: Rowman & Littlefield Publishers (March 1, 1986)
Language: English
Pages: 1096
Category: Historical
Subcategory: Americas
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Lodwick has written or contributed to more than a dozen books and articles on Chinese history, especially the history of missionaries in. .

Lodwick has written or contributed to more than a dozen books and articles on Chinese history, especially the history of missionaries in China Bibliography. Educating the Women of Hainan: The Career of Margaret Moninger in China, 1915-1942 (1995). Crusaders Against Opium: Protestant Missionaries in China, 1874-1917 (1996). The Widow's Quest: The Byers Extraterritorial Case in Hainan, China, 1924-1925 (2003).

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Educating the Women of Hainan: The Career of Margaret Moninger in China, 1915-1942 (1995). The Missionary Kaleidoscope: Portraits of Six China Missionaries (2005) - co-written with .

Kathleen L. Lodwick is an American historian, author, and educator

Kathleen L. Lodwick is an American historian, author, and educator. She holds a PhD in Chinese history from the University of Arizona and is a professor of history, emerita, at Pennsylvania State University.

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Encyclopedia of Modern Christian Missions; the agencies.

Concise Dictionary of the Christian World Mission. Encyclopedia of Modern Christian Missions; the agencies.

The Chinese Recorder Index is the only complete index and research guide to the Chinese Recorder andissionary Recorder. The core of this monumental work is three separate indexes:

The Persons Index includes every individual who is mentioned at least four times over the run of the journal. Index entries for each person are keyed to indicate the location of such biographical information as his or her title, denominational affiliation, dates and locations of service in China, and names of spouse and children, as well as any articles he or she contributed to the Recorder.

The Missions and Organizations Index includes references to mission locations, personnel, finances, converts made, attacks sustained, and other data, and to hospitals, schools, opium refuges, and orphanages.

The Subject Index includes references to the many topics covered in the Recorder.

Following these indexes are lists that provide quick reference to specific information, such as persons and missions by location, women, and medical doctors.