|The Christian occupation of China : a general survey of the numerical strength and geographical distributon [sic] of the Christian forces in China / made by the Special Committee on Survey and Occupation, China Continuation Committee, 1918-1921 ; Milton T. Stauffer (司德敷) ; assisted by Tsinforn C. Wong (王振芳), M. Gardner Tewksbury (都立華).|
Corrigenda slip follows p. 468.
"This Survey owes its origin to the World Missionary Conference held in Edinburgh in 1910.....the tour of Dr. John R. Mott through China in 1913." -- Introduction.
Contents keywords: List of missionary societies, geographical and political divisions of China, language areas, population, communications, non-Christian religious movements, progress (1900-1920), Christian occupation (by Province), unclaimed areas, work with other nationalities, Christian work among special classes [aboriginal tribes, Tai/Dai, Hakka, Muslims, overseas Chinese, government students and Christianity, the blind, post and telegraph workers, rickshaw men, work with boys, YMCA, YWCA, Stewart Evangelistic Fund, work among foreigners]. The Chinese Church, status of Chinese pastors, religious education, commercialized vice, alcoholism, education, Bible schools, agricultural missions, medical work, comparison of mission hospitals, health education, leprosy, narcotics, tuberculosis, health of missionary families in China. Christian literature, Roman Catholic literature, Roman Catholic and Russian Orthodox church missions in China. Provincial statistics, postal maps, mission stations and hospitals.