|China and Christianity : the missionary movement and the growth of Chinese antiforeignism, 1860-1870|
|Author||Cohen, Paul A.|
|Pub. Location||Cambridge, MA||Publisher||Harvard University Press|
|Date||1963||Phys. Desc.||xiv, 392 p. : ill., port. ; 22 cm|
|Location||Hallway Cases||Call Number||BR1287.C643 1963|
|China and Christianity; the missionary movement and the growth of Chinese antiforeignism, 1860-1870 / Paul A. Cohen.|
Based on thesis, Harvard University.
Bibliography: p. 349-373.
Keywords: Anti-Christian tradition in Chinese thought--China, Christianity, and the Foreign Powers in 1860--Gentry opposition to Christianity--Official opposition to Christianity--Missionary's abuse of position--Chinese proposals for the regulation of missionary activities--Offical accommodation of the foreign missionary--France, Britain, and the missionary problem--Tientsin (Tianjin) catastrophe--Chinese xenophobia and the foreign missionary--Appendices: Incidents mentioned in text, 1861-1870, Origin of the Pi-hsieh chi-shih.
Glossary of Chinese names of missionaries, Names, Terms, Titles ; Pixie jishi 辟邪紀實 ; Pixie shilu 辟邪實錄
***Graphic resource for 19th century anti-Christian cartoons.