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8vo - 23 x 15.5 cm.; xii - 228 pp. Foreword by John Fraser. "Maxwell has told the story of the Scarboro Fathers-Grey Sisters involvement in China in a balanced way. . . As well as being history, this . . . describes the changes that took place in their attitudes regarding their mission . . . While they never . . questioned their goal, they constantly questioned the methods used . . their story affords a glimpse into the development that has been taking place in mission methods and motivation". Includes a Chronological Guide, Roster of Scarboro Men in China 1902-54, Roster of Grey Sisters in China 1929-52, Main Sources, many b/w photos. Maxwell has been a journalist, lay director of the Saskatoon Catholic Centre, co-director of Social Action with the CCCB, and a freelance writer and media consultant. Moderate wear to the cover edges, previous owner's stamp (convent) on the first page and the title page. Interior is clean and the binding is solid.
Title: Assignment in Chekiang: 71 Canadians in China, 1902-1954.
Categories: Catholic - Church History,
Publisher: Scarborough, Ontario., Scarboro Foreign Mission Society.: 1982
ISBN Number: 0969117302
ISBN Number 13: 9780969117308
Book Condition: Good
Item: 1.00 Item
Seller ID: 4171
Keywords: Grant Maxwell Scarboro Foreign Mission Society Missions China Catholic Church Scarboro Fathers Grey Sisters