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8vo. 384 pp. Frontispiece portrait, index; some minor gutter wear at title. Original brick-red black and gilt-stamped cloth, rear cover blind-stamped; spine ends rubbed. Bookplate of Melvin O. Shamp. Very good copy. Reverend Joseph Getchell Binney (1807-1877) was a Missionary in Burmah (modern day Myanmar), Southeast Asia. "The Rev. Joseph Getchell Binney D.D. (1807-1877) was born at Boston, Massachusetts, Dec. 1, 1807, and died at sea Nov. 26, 1877, while returning to Burma. He was educated at Yale and Newton Theological Seminary, and was ordained in 1832. Binney settled in Savannah, Georgia, but in 1843 left for India to engage in missionary work among the Karens. He established in 1845 the Karen Seminary for the training of native ministers, but after some years he returned to America, owing to the precarious health of Mrs. Binney. He was engaged for a time as pastor at Elmira New York and Augusta, Georgia, and in 1855 accepted the Presidency of Columbian College. He resigned in 1858 to resume his work among the Karens, where he labored with great success until 1875 when failing health caused him to take a trip to America. On his return, in 1877, he died at sea and was buried in the Indian Ocean." â€“ The George Washington & Foggy Bottom Historical Encyclopedia.
Title: Twenty-six Years in Burmah: records of the Life and Work of Joseph G. Binney, D.D.
Publisher: Philadelphia:, American Baptist Publication Society, (1880).: 1880
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