A Missionary’s Wife among the Wild Tribes of South Bengal by Mrs. Murray Mitchell
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This account is a “Visit to Chota Nagpore,” a region of India near South Bengal, in 1869. She traveled to different regions by steamer, railway, and carriage. In Serampore, Dr. Carey’s garden and chapel are portrayed. She traveled to Raneegunge where she saw a coal mine and its workers. Next she visited a jail in Hazareebaug, a mission station in Singhanee, a tea garden and plantation in Sitagurra.
Maria Hay Mackenzie Flyter (1820–1907) was the daughter of Rev. Alexander Flyter of Alness, Scotland. She married missionary John Murray Mitchell (1815–1904) in 1842, in Bombay, India. She wrote several books about the missionary experience, including “In Southern India” and “Sixty Years Ago.”
Publisher: Curiosmith (June 24, 2021)
Publication date: June 24, 2021
File size: 1504 KB
Simultaneous device usage: Unlimited
Screen Reader: Supported
Enhanced typesetting: Enabled
X-Ray: Not Enabled
Word Wise: Enabled
Print length: 46 pages