3 edition of The Medical Missionary Society in China found in the catalog.
The Medical Missionary Society in China
|Contributions||Colledge, Thomas R.|
|LC Classifications||Microfilm 95/8080 (R)|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||32, 8 p.|
|Number of Pages||32|
|LC Control Number||93627168|
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The Medical Missionary in China [Lockhart, William] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. The Medical Missionary in China. Report of the Medical Missionary Society in China: The fourteenth report of the Ophthalmic Hospital, Canton Unknown Binding – January 1, by Peter Parker (Author)Author: Peter Parker.
This edition was published in the same year as the first. William Lockhart () Surgeon and Protestant missionary who served with the London Missionary society during the late Qing dynasty in China. In he founded the first Western hospital in Shanghai - known The Medical Missionary Society in China book the Chinese Hospital (now named Renji Hospital).Author: LOCKHART, William.
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The medical missionary in China: a narrative of twenty years' experience by Lockhart, William, Pages: Peter Parker collection. Overview: Peter Parker graduated from Yale College in and from the Medical Institution of Yale College in Ordained as a Presbyterian minister inhe sailed that year to China as the first Protestant medical missionary to that country.
The Medical Missionary Society of Canton, China was founded on Febru by Dr. T R. Colledge and Dr. Peter Parker, who served as President and Vice President. The Society worked to provide free medical care for the poor in China until its dissolution at an unknown date.
33 rows This is a list of notable Protestant missionaries in China by agency. Beginning with the. 27 Medical Missionary Society in China, with minutes of proceedings, officers, &c. The Medical Missionary Society in China book Also an appendix, containing a brief account of an ophthalmic institution at Macao [Colledge's Ophthalmic Hospital] for the years London: Royston and Brown, 28 The hospital reports of the Medical Missionary Society in China for 报刊类 Periodicals.
Medical Periodicals offer one of the best "archives" of the history of medicine in China. Two The Medical Missionary Society in China book the most important are the China Medical Missionary Journal and its successor which ran from (English only), and the National Medical Journal ().
These two merged in to become the Chinese Medical Journal (in Chinese 中華醫學會, present). Report of the Medical Missionary Society in China () Creator: Medical Missionary Society in China Published/Created: Hong Kong Medical Missionary Society Physical Description: 50 p.
; 21 cm. Topics: Missions--Periodicals Language: English Format: Text Content Type: Books, Journals & Pamphlets Rights. At the end of the 19(th) century, in order to promote medical missions and education, western missionaries drew lessons from the medical society system and founded the China Medical Missionary Association (CMMA).Author: Liu Yuan-ming.
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Medical Missionary Society of China The Medical Missionary Society in China was a Protestant medical missionary society established in Canton, China, in The first work of the society was to support the ophthalmic hospital in Canton run by Dr.
Peter Parker, a medical. Report of the Medical Missionary Society in China, v. 29 () Creator: Medical Missionary Society in China Published/Created: Hongkong Medical Missionary Society Physical Description: 25 p.
; 21 cm. Topics: Missions--Periodicals Language: English Format: Text Content Type: Books, Journals & Pamphlets Rights. Medical Missionaries, a non-profit organization, is a volunteer group of more than doctors, nurses, dentists, and others who work to improve the health of the poorest of the poor in the U.S.
and throughout the world. We provide medical care and medical supplies, clothing and food to the areas we serve. Medical Missionaries sends medical and. The Medical Missionary Society in China was founded at Canton inwith Parker as a leading figure.
Forced out of China during the First Opium War (), he promoted medical missions in the United States, England, Scotland, and France, securing financial support and arousing interest in and awareness of the work.
Traditional Chinese medicine developed over thousands of years, but changes introduced from by American missionary doctors initiated a landslide of cultural revolution in the city of Canton and medical modernization throughout China.
Focusing on medical missionaries' ideas and approaches in a principal city of the period, Canton, Guangqiu Xu, a native of Canton, describes the long. John Kenneth Mackenzie [25 August – 1 April ] served with the London Missionary Society in China. My thanks to Redcliffe College for providing me with a copy of the book to scan.
This book is in the public domain. Mary F. Bryson , John Kenneth Mackenzie. Medical Missionary to China. London: Hodder & Stoughton, Hbk. Filed under: Missionaries, Medical -- China.
List of Medical Missionaries to the Chinese (Shanghai: Kelly and Walsh, ), by J. Thomson (PDF and page images at Drexel) Items below (if any) are from related and broader terms. Filed under: Missionaries, Medical. Woman's Medical Work in Foreign Missions (), by Lucy Seaman Bainbridge (HTML.
Overview: Medical missionary William Reginald Morse and his wife Anne (Anna) Crosse Kinney Morse served under the American Baptist Foreign Mission Society in China from to Title: The China Medical Missionary Journal Published/Created: The Association, Shanghai. Link to Yale Digital Collections: ; Link to Yale Online Catalog Record China Medical JournalAuthor: Martha Smalley.
Title: The China Medical Journal Published/Created: The Medical Missionary Association of China. Link to Yale Digital Collections: ; Link to Yale Online Catalog RecordAuthor: Martha Smalley. Archive in context. MS Morrison and Hobson Families. MS/ Items acquired with the Morrison and Hobson papers, including reports of missionary societies and their hospitals in China.
MS//1 Miscellaneous books and pamphlets Digitised copy available. MS//14 A collection of cuttings and papers concerning the work, publications and addresses of Benjamin. The St. Louis News has the following: From a file of Minnesota papers, received this' morning, by the Greek Slave, we gather the particulars of a serious difficulty with the Indians of that.
Periodicals. Medical Periodicals offer one of the best "archives" of the history of medicine in China. Two of the most important are the China Medical Missionary Journal and its successor which ran from (English only), and the National Medical Journal ().
These two merged in to become the Chinese Medical Journal (in Chinese 中華醫學會, present). Report of the Medical missionary society in China: the fourteenth report of the Ophthalmic hospital, Canton.
Embracing the period from 1st Julyto 31st December, by Medical Missionary Society in China (Book). the china medical missionary association. Previous Article THE LOCATION OF THE TYPHOID BACILLI IN THE BODY OF THE CARRIER.
Next Article ROYAL COMMISSION ON. There were more than Presbyterian missionaries to China and Taiwan over the decades, including ministers, teachers and medical personnel.
We will be making this large list sorted by alphabetic pages due to the size. MITCHELL, Rev. John A. ( - October 2, ) SINGAPORE. Great Missionary Stories Pioneer Missionary to China by. Eileen Fraser Crossman. avg rating — ratings.
score:and 1 person voted A Nurse's Story: Medical Missionary in Korea and Siberia, by. Delia Battles Lewis. avg rating — 2 ratings. Get this from a library. Get up and go: the autobiography of a medical missionary. [George Howorth Pearson] -- "Dr.
G.H. Pearson spent very many years in China as a medical missionary. He now writes of his exciting and unusual times in that country, providing a. Medical Missionary Society in China. Publication: Boston: I. Butts, printer, Language(s): English Format: Book (PDF) OCR (Text) Metadata (Dublin Core) National Library of Medicine Papers relative to hospitals in China.
Author(s): Medical Missionary Society in China. Report of the Medical Missionary Society, containing an abstract of its history and prospects; and the Report of the Hospital at Macao, for ; together with Dr. Parker's statement of his proceedings in England and the United States in behalf of the Society.
The Divinity Library's Day Missions Collection holds a large amount of missionary reports that have been digitized with grants from the Arcadia fund () and the National Endowment for the Humanities ().
Below is a list of societies whose reports are available through the Yale University Library's Digital Collections portal. New reports are added on a regular basis.
Author(s): Macgowan,Daniel Jerome,; Medical Missionary Society in China. Title(s): Report of the hospital at Ningpo, for ; under the Medical Missionary Society in China. Medical Missionary Society in China. Reports. Hongkong, China Mail Office, (call number NT Mr).
(This volume includes reports of Canton Hospital when it was under the management of the Medical Missionary Society.) Medical Missionary Association of China.
List of members, (call number NT Ml). Edwards discussed his new book, The Life and Times of Walter Judd: Missionary forwho served as a medical missionary in China for ten years, went on to become a U.S. Congressman.
Edward H. Hume was a medical missionary from the Yale-China Association. Inan educational mission from America came to China to do systematic research. The mission confirmed that Xiangya and Beijing Union Medical College were the best in China.
Since then, "Xiangya in the South and Beijing Union in the north" are known worldwide. Hudson Taylor was the most widely used missionary in China's history.
During his 51 years of service there, his China Inland Mission established 20 mission stations, brought missionaries to the field ( by ), trained some Chinese workers, raised four million dollars by faith (following Mueller's example), and developed a.
“Bridgman, E. C. and the First History of America in China.” The Berkshire Pdf of China, “Seeking Souls through the Eyes of the Blind: The Birth of the Medical Missionary Society in Nineteenth-Century China.” Healing Bodies, Saving Souls: Medical Missions in Asia and Africa.Medical Missionary Society in China.
Publication: Boston: I. R. Butts, printer, Subject(s): Societies, Medical Religious Missions China Medical Missionary Society in China. 9. Report on Chinese immigration.He first ebook Greek, medicine, and theology at the University of Glasgow and while working in London, ebook emulated the example of another Scot, Robert Moffat, and joined the London Missionary Society, becoming a minister.
Livingstone originally planned to gain access to China through his medical knowledge (healing arts).Born: 19 MarchBlantyre, Scotland.