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Dense Jungle Green. The First Twelve Years of the B.C.M.S. Burma Mission
A.T. Houghton [1896-1993]

London: Bible Churchmen's Missionary Society, 1937. Hbk. pp.255.

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A.T. Houghton, Dense Jungle Green. The First Twelve Years of the B.C.M.S. Burma Mission


  • Foreword
    Author's Notes
  1. How it Came About
  2. History and Geography
  3. The Progress of the Pioneers
  4. Early Days
  5. Mountain and Plain
  6. Problems of Race and Language
  7. A Courageous Couple
  8. We Tackle Other Races
  9. The Town of the Ogre
  10. Advancing Northwards
  11. By the Lakeside
  12. Interlude, and a Venture in Reorganisation
  13. Gains and Losses
  14. A Notorious Slave Centre
  15. The Source of the World's Jade
  16. A New Venture by the Sea
  17. "The Place Where the Tiger Roared"
  18. How We Get About
  19. How We Live
  20. Living Epistles
  21. Our Bit
  22. "We Have Left Undone"
  • Epilogue
    Roll of Missionaries

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