Afoot and Afloat in Burma A H Williams 1922 [Hardcover] by Williams, A H

By: A H Williams

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First Edition, Green Cloth Hardcover, 224 pages, 7 3/4" tall. A fascinating primary missionary resource on the Burmese, including the Karens, Talings, Taungthus, Shans, Chins and Kachin peoples. An introduction to Burma, its peoples, their customs, religions. The Aung Baw or water-buffalo and its uses, rice cultivation, palm trees for every purpose, the making & use of elephants of wild ones, floating logs down river, building of houses. Getting food from the river, Buddhist boys and monasteries, how young Burmans make merry, canoe & bullock cart through the floods. With Ma Dwa at the school house, strange Burmese ways of helping the sick, of bamboo houses, market day, into the Shan hills by train and caravan.

Title: Afoot and Afloat in Burma A H Williams 1922 [Hardcover] by Williams, A H

Author Name: A H Williams

Categories: History, Travel, Geography,

Publisher: Review and Herald Publishing Assoc: 1922-01-01

Binding: Hardcover

Book Condition: Used: Very Good

Jacket Condition: Missing

Type: Hardcover

Size: 12mo - over 6½" - 7½" tall

Seller ID: 547

Keywords: Burma, history,