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Title Behind the Great Wall: The Story of the C.E.Z.M.S Work and Workers in China with Numerous Illustrations
Author(s) Barnes, Irene H.
Section Section III: The Visible Empire
Date 1896
Document Type Printed Book
Place of Publication London
Library British Library
Reference 010057.e.45
Region East Asia, South Asia
Names Rev. Handley C. G. Moule (ppV-VI), Mr and Mrs Ahok (Frontispiece, pp60-90, 103, 164), Rev. Henry Wright (p1), Sir William Hill (pp1-3), Rev. F. E. Wigram (p4), Gordon S. Northcote (pp4-5), Miss Gough (pp6-7, 43-44, 65), Mrs Stewart (pp42-43, 47, 61, 74, 134, 139, 145, 149, 154, 167, 172), Chitnio (pp44-47, 78), Miss Newcombe (pp52-53, 99-100, 142-143, 150, 171-172), Miss Codrington (pp53-59, 143, 146, 148,165, 171, 173-175), Miss Foster (pp61-63) Flora Lucy Stewart (pp142-144, 150, 171-172), Elsie Marshall (pp143, 150, 171), Annie Gordon (pp143, 147, 150, 169, 171), Miss Hartford (pp144-145), Rev. H. S. Phillips (pp145, 150)
Places Asia, China, Fuh-Kien (pp21-23, 30), Foo Chow (pp4, 16, 22-23, 70, 80, 121-122, 132), Kucheng (pp126-131), Hwa-Sang (pp137-151), Kien-ning (p125), India (p2)
Topics missionary work, missionary papers, missionaries, Christianity, Church of England Zenana Missionary Society, CEZMS, India's Women and China's Daughters, religion, illustrations (frontispiece, pp25, 30, 33, 49, 55, 102, 127, 136), contents (ppvii-viii), index (pp177-179), Church Missionary Society (pp1-7, 80, 125, 126), importance of missionary work in India (p2), description of China (pp9-18), trade, Chinese exports (p9), Great Wall of China (pp9-10), natural history (p10), status of women (pp12-14), foot binding (pp12-13, 51, 73, 76, 105, 107, 108), diet, feasts, food (pp11, 32-33, 69, 86), dress (p11), Buddhism (pp14-15, 18), Confucianism (pp15, 18), burial customs, funeral (pp16-18), infanticide (pp18, 91-95), Chinese manners and customs (pp11-12), crime and punishment (pp15, 91-94), opium (pp14, 19, 118-119, 123, 126), missionary visits to Chinese villages (pp30-41), travel, transport, sedan chairs (p33), baptism of Chinese converts (p38), evangelism and missionary work of Chinese converts (pp42-59), female education, schools (pp45-59, 61, 99-112, 132), marriage, weddings (pp13-14, 111), Chinese language (pp24-28), treatment of Chinese children, gender, attitude towards girls (pp91-99), twins (p96), uprising, attacks on missionary workers, attacks on missionaries (pp125, 139-149), Vegetarians (pp126-131, 134, 139-151, 157, 170-172), seige of Kucheng (pp126-131, 134), attacks and killing of missionaries by Vegetarians (pp139-140-149, 170-172), health and disease, medicine, hospital, medical mission (pp113-126), map of Fuh-Kien (p155), story of CEZMS work in China, stations and staff 1883-1896 (pp159-176), members of the CEZMS (pp181-182), list of CEZMS publications (pp181-184)
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