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Sources, 1900–1949

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After the traumatic experiences of the Boxer Uprising, a degree of stability returned to the China mission fields. Indeed, the established Catholic and Protestant missionary societies were able to expand their operations during the early decades of the twentieth century. At the same time, many new societies and groups became active in China and new nationwide and interdenominational organisations were created. Given the limitations of space, this chapter focuses primarily on these new bodies and the information provided for the older societies will generally not be duplicated here. Scholars should, therefore, also consult the sources for late Qing China.

Keywords: Christianity; Qing China



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