Dawn on the Kachin Hills

C.H. Denyer, Dawn on the Kachin HillsDawn on the Kachin Hills serves both as a helpful introduction to Christian Missions in general and to the work of Bible Churchmen’s Missionary Society there. It also includes material on the work among the Naga peoples of what is now the most easterly parts of India.

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C.H. Denyer, Dawn on the Kachin Hills. A Brief Account of Burma and Its Peoples, and of Missionary Work among them, with Special Reference to the Races of Upper Burma and the New Mission of the Bible Churchmen’s Missionary Society. London: Bible Churchmen’s Missionary Society, 1927. Pbk. pp.112. [Click to download complete book in PDF]

Contents

  • Preface by Sir Harry Stileman
  • Foreword by the Author
  1. Burma in General. Some Geography and a Little History
  2. Rangoon, Lower Burma and the Burmans
  3. How the Gospel came to Burma
  4. The Kachin Hills and the Government
  5. The Kachins, Their Origins and Customs
  6. More about the Shans
  7. The New B.C.M.S. Work in Upper Burma
  8. The Daily Routine of a New Missionary
  • One Word More

Appendices

  1. Other Books to Read
  2. Hints for Study Circles on Burma