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On the back road to Mandalay

Author: Robert G Johnson; Wheaton College (Ill.). Authors.
Publisher: [Longwood, Fla.] : [Xulon Press], [©2007]
Edition/Format:   Print book : Biography : English
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Genre/Form: Biographies
Autobiographies
Named Person: Robert G Johnson; Betty Lue Johnson; Robert G Johnson
Material Type: Biography
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Robert G Johnson; Wheaton College (Ill.). Authors.
ISBN: 9781600347351 1600347355
OCLC Number: 173661142
Description: 356 pages : illustrations, map ; 23 cm
Contents: The back road to Mandalay --
Entry into the Chin Hills --
Getting settled in Tiddim --
Getting started --
We meet Rev. Sang Ling --
Frank's Jeep-driven washing machine --
The fine art of scrounging --
The romance of missions --
My first trip to Rangoon --
Stranded in the Burma jungle --
Hit by Dacoits --
Preparing for the big move --
Five days with mules --
Our new home in Haka --
The church and cemetery --
A diamond ring --
To weigh a wife --
A daughter is born --
Ruth's long trip home --
The east bungalow our new home --
Bob's rice-powered washing machine --
Start of the Haka Bible School, 1948 --
My Harley Davidson --
The fifty-year Jubilee --
The "cut-off year," 1949 --
We lose a son --
The Haka bible School final years --
Shaking hands with Lian Hmung --
Schooling for Richard and Lois --
Touring the mountain villages --
Furlough and a baby --
Our return to Burma --
Changes and challenges, 1953 --
New things in 1953 --
"Seven weeks" and Bible conference --
Jeep accident at mile 17 --
Farewell to Rev. Sang Ling --
Downs and ups in 1954 --
Schooling for our children --
The Bible school five years in Haka --
The twenty-five incredible years and a tour to Kanpetlet --
Printing presses and mission-aided schools --
Elizabeth Johnson's work in Burma --
Second furlough and return to Burma --
The conversion of Mang Kio; a new pastor --
Growing up in Haka --
The story of Nu Tin --
The okay years --
The tough year, 1964 --
The fruitless revolution, 1965 --
The unfinished Bible --
The stone church --
Mrs. Johnson and Martha leave Burma --
The last months.
Responsibility: Robert Gustave Johnson.

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