• The life of Dr. Arthur Jackson of Manchuria

  • [1911]

  • "Dr Arthur Jackson was one of the first medical practitioners hired by Dr Dugald Christie to work at Mukden medical College. Dr Jackson died in Manchuria in 1911, three weeks after his arrival, following an outbreak of pneumonic plague.; This belongs to a series of Church of Scotland Foreign Missions Committee lantern slides relating to the Scottish missionary Dugald Christie. Dugald Christie was born in Glencoe in Scotland and studied medicine under the auspices of the Edinburgh Medical Missionary Society. In 1882, along with his first wife, Elizabeth, he went to Manchuria to work as a medical missionary of the United Presbyterian Llibraries Church of Scotland. He worked initially in Newchang and later moved to the capital of Mukden where he opened Manchuria’s first hospital in 1884. In 1912 he established Mukden Medical College. Dugald Christie retired in 1923 and died in Edinburgh in 1936." -- USC libraries

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  • This eBook: 228 p.

  • Source format: 187 p. : ill., ports. ; 21 cm.

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  • Call No.: [CLR] BV3427.J3 C6 1911