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Fujian (province)

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Subject Source: Local sources

Found in 39 Collections and/or Records:

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Changpoo [also known as Chang-pu] Dispensary (Howie's), Feb. 1.90, 4.45pm, dull rain(?), F.32, 4 secs, 1890-02-01

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Reference Code: GBR/0115/RCS/Y30377H/11
Scope and Contents The Rev. Alex Gregory, a young minister, and Dr James M. Howie, trained at Edinburgh, came out to China in 1888 and began work at Chang-pu (Changpoo) early in 1889. Gregory opened a boys' school but was invalided in 1892; he continued his interest in the mission until his death in 1945. Howie was joined by his wife after two years; he died of tuberculosis, aged 43, in 1904, Edward Band, ‘Working his purpose out: the history of the English Presbyterian Mission, 1847-1947' (London, 1948),...
Dates: 1890-02-01
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Chin-Chew [Quanzhou ?] Blind School 1895, by native photographer, 1895

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Reference Code: GBR/0115/RCS/Y30377H/57
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This school was founded by Miss Graham.

Dates: 1895
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Chinchew [Quanzhou ?] Hospital Chapel, May 28.90, 2 pm, raining - dull, F.32, 3 secs, 1890-05-28

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Reference Code: GBR/0115/RCS/Y30377H/15
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Showing a group of Chinese people seated on the steps described as 'group of patients waiting for the doctor', Edward Band, ‘Working his purpose out: the history of the English Presbyterian Mission, 1847-1947' (London, 1948), facing p.256).

Dates: 1890-05-28
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[Chinese symbols], To-Laî F[?]leng, Tân Thieu Sèng, Ng Tiam Un, Tân Sûn Choân, Ng Seng Ho,Tân Pit Tsó. May 28.90, 2.15pm, raining - dull, F.32, 3 secs, 1890-05-28

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Reference Code: GBR/0115/RCS/Y30377H/16
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Showing Dr David Grant and his hospital assistants. Dr David Grant was the first medical missionary and was single-handed for many years from his arrival in 1880. He was invalided in 1894, when Paton took over. His devotion to duty for fourteen years permanently impaired his health, and he died in Inverness in July 1907, Edward Band, ‘Working his purpose out: the history of the English Presbyterian Mission, 1847-1947' (London, 1948), pp. 136-7, 301, 304-5.

Dates: 1890-05-28
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Douglas Church Kulangsoo, Aug 24.96, 10am, bright, ? F48 or 32, 2 1/2 secs, 1896-08-24

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Reference Code: GBR/0115/RCS/Y30377H/73
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The Rev. Dr Carstairs Douglas was the dedicated leader of the missionary effort in Amoy from 1855 until his death from cholera in 1877. The Church, opened in 1880, was paid for from his estate on the initiative of his brother, Principal Douglas of the Free Church College, Glasgow, Edward Band, ‘Working his purpose out: the history of the English Presbyterian Mission, 1847-1947' (London, 1948), pp. 231-233).

Dates: 1896-08-24
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Girls' School and Teacher (Chinchew [Quanzhou ?]), June 9.90, 3.25pm, sunny, F.32, 3 '', 1890-06-09

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Reference Code: GBR/0115/RCS/Y30377H/17
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'I have a photograph of the first beginnings of the Girls' School' (1906 Report, p. 4).

Dates: 1890-06-09
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[Group of female missionaries], 1928

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Reference Code: GBR/0115/RCS/Y30377H/100
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145 x 100mm. Those present appear to be: Rear row - Miss M. Fraser (Chang-Pu 1926-1931); Dr L.G. Thacker (Chuan-Chow 1906-1932), Miss M.A.F. Roxburgh (Chuan-Chow 1905-1934). Centre row - ?, Miss L. Ramsay, ?. Bottom row - Miss A.N. Duncan (Chuan-Chow 1893-1932), Dr M.E. Bryson (Chuan-Chow 1905-1934).

Dates: 1928
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Mr Lîm - Chin-Chew [Quanzhou ?] Siù-chaî, April 16.90, sunny, 1.15pm, F.32, 2 secs, 1890-04-16

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Reference Code: GBR/0115/RCS/Y30377H/14
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Seated in the garden.

Dates: 1890-04-16
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