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Tounghoo women [electronic resource] : Ladies, will you approve or condemn?

Main Author: Mason, Ellen Huntly Bullard.
Language(s): English
Published: New York : Anson D.F. Randolph, publisher, 683 Broadway, 1860.
Subjects: Karen Female Institute.
Missions, American > Burma.
Missions > Burma > Educational work.
Women in missionary work.
Karen (Southeast Asian People)
Missions > Burma.
Toungoo (Burma) > History.
Burma > Social life and customs.
Burma > Description and travel.
Note: Cover ill. depicts the "West Gate Tounghoo in 1853" and is drawn and signed: Mrs. F. Mason [i.e. Ellen B.H. Mason]. Chromolithography by Endicott & Co., lith. N.Y.
Issued in color printed wrappers.
Prefatory remarks signed: Ellen B. Mason.
Prose and poetry.
Describes Ellen H.B. Mason's missionary work among Burmese women, includes testimonials and makes an appeal for aid, especially for the Karen Female Institute.
Physical Description: [3], iv, 6-49 p. ; 23 cm.
ISBN: 1-4181-9962-1
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