University of Hawaii Press. 5.5 x 8.5", xliii, 157 pp., b/w frontis, map, index, paper, Honolulu, 2001. Item #17819
Mission to Siam casts unexpected light on colonialism, the Asia missions, and the convulsive changes that a newly united Thailand underwent in the early twentieth century. It is a significant contribution to the handful of published works that describe firsthand the experience of women missionaries. This is a heartfelt account by a strong, intelligent woman caught between what she owed her family and what she felt she owed herself: a calling, a career, an adventure.
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