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by James G.Endicott

James G. Endicott book. Hardcover, 421 pages. Published June 1st 1980 by University of Toronto Press.

James G. James G Endicott Rebel Out of China. 0802064094 (ISBN13: 9780802064097).

Endicott, Stephen Lyon. James G. Endicott : rebel out of China. Endicott, Stephen Lyon. Australian/Harvard Citation.

Endicott, Stephen Lyon, 1928-. Endicott, James Gareth, Missionaries, Missionaries, Pacifists. Toronto ; Buffalo : University of Toronto Press. inlibrary; printdisabled; ; china.

Other in City of Toronto. Endicott: Rebel out of China Hardcover – 1980. Endicott: Rebel Out of China

James G. Endicott: Rebel Out of China. Endicott: Rebel Out of China

James Gareth Endicott (1898–1993) was a Canadian clergyman, Christian missionary, and socialist. Endicott was born in Szechuan Province, China, the third of five children to a Methodist missionary family and became fluent in Chinese.

James Gareth Endicott (1898–1993) was a Canadian clergyman, Christian missionary, and socialist. His family returned to Canada in 1910. His father, James Endicott, was elected the second Moderator of the United Church of Canada from 1926 to 1928.

Volume 85. .Recommend this journal.

1920s James Gareth & Mary Endicott and Family Vic in China: Photos and stories about James Gareth Endicott from families of Victoria University graduates. Endicott, Stephen James G. Endicott: Rebel Out of China (1980) ISBN 0-8020-2377-0. Endicott, Shirley Jane China Diary: The Life of Mary Austin Endicott (2003) ISBN 0-88920-412-8. a b c d e f g h i j k l m n o "OBITUARY: James Gareth Endicott Chinese-born missionary was peace activist", by Donn Downey, Globe and Mail, November 29, 1993.

The China Society for People'S Friendship Studies(PFS)in coopera-tion with the Foreign Languages Press(FLP)in Beijing has arranged for re-publication,in the series entitled Light on China,of some fifty books written in English between the 1860s and the founding years of the People'S Republic,by journalistic and other sympathetic eyewitnesses of the revo-lutionary events described.Most of these books have long been out of print,but are now being brought back to life for the benefit of readers in Chinaand abroad. Contents: Foreword, by K.H. Ting Preface PART ONE BEGINNINGS, 1898-1925 1. In the shadow of the white pagoda 2. The Methodist soldier 3. At university 4. Circuit-riding in Saskatchewan 5. Ideology and ordination 6. The gates of Eden PART TWO THE MISSIONARY YEARS, 1925-1944 7. Apprenticeship in Chungchow 8. China in ferment 9. The Wanhsien incident 10. Exodus to Shanghai 11. Preaching and teaching in Chungking 12. Furlough in Canada 13. Experiments in missionary work 14. Madame Chiang's New Life Movement 15. Furlough again PART THREE CHINA IN REVOLUTION, 1944-1947 16. Aboard the S. S. Priam 17. Save China by democracy 18. Secret agent 'Hialeah' 19. The mice of No Ⅱ 20. The battle of the embassy 21. Resignation 22. The Shanghai Newsletter 23. The 'Endicott controversy' PART FOUR THE PEACE MOVEMENT, 1948-1971 24. Founding the peace movement 25. War in Korea 26. Charges of germ warfare 27. The Stalin Peace Prize 28. Return to China 29. One divides into two 30. A time of decision EPILOGUE 31. The happy warrior continues Notes
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