Evangeline French

Standard Name: French, Evangeline

Connections

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Family and Intimate relationships Mildred Cable
In September 1902 MC met her fellow-missionary Evangeline French in North China and travelled with her to Hwochow in Shansi. They became lifelong companions. MC had seen a portrait of Eva (as Evangeline was...
Family and Intimate relationships Mildred Cable
While MC and Evangeline (Eva) French were home on furlough, Cable met Evangeline's younger sister Francesca . The three women became a three-fold cord, which could not easily be broken.
Cable, Mildred, and Francesca French. Something Happened. Hodder and Stoughton, 1933.
110
Warner, Marina, Mildred Cable, and Francesca French. “Introduction”. The Gobi Desert, Beacon Press, 1987, p. xi - xxi.
xiv
Friends, Associates Helen Waddell
Friends from HW 's time at Somerville included Maude Clarke , whom she had known as a child and whose Oxford position had been one of the incentives to go there, and archaelogist Helen Lorimer
Occupation Mildred Cable
MC arrived at a North China mission station, and went on from there to her work at Hwochow in the province of Shansi. She travelled with Evangeline French , whom she had just met...
Occupation Mildred Cable
MC and Evangeline and Francesca French began their nomadic travels as itinerant missionaries, teaching Christianity throughout the provinces of Shensi, Kansu, Mongolia and Sinkiang, the Great Northwest of China.
Cable, Mildred, and Francesca French. Through Jade Gate and Central Asia. Constable, 1927.
1-2
Occupation Mildred Cable
MC and Evangeline and Francesca French made another journey, of over 6,000 miles, from Suchow to London via the Gobi Desert, Russia, and the rest of Europe for one of their leaves in England.
Cable, Mildred, and Francesca French. Through Jade Gate and Central Asia. Constable, 1927.
169, 301
Occupation Mildred Cable
MC and Evangeline and Francesca French rented a flat in Hampstead, to help their missionary work for organisations including the British and Foreign Bible Society , the China Inland Mission , and the Salvation Army .
Platt, William James. Three Women. Hodder & Stoughton, 1964.
190-1
Residence Mildred Cable
During a period of civil unrest in China, MC and Evangeline and Francesca French returned home on leave to London via Siberia, Moscow, and Berlin.
Platt, William James. Three Women. Hodder & Stoughton, 1964.
174-6
Residence Mildred Cable
MC and Evangeline and Francesca French were ordered to leave China permanently, along with all other foreigners, because of the Sino-Japanese war.
Warner, Marina, Mildred Cable, and Francesca French. “Introduction”. The Gobi Desert, Beacon Press, 1987, p. xi - xxi.
xvi
Platt, William James. Three Women. Hodder & Stoughton, 1964.
187
Textual Production Mildred Cable
MC and Francesca French published their last travel book, Journey with a Purpose, which documents their travels with Eva in Australia, New Zealand, and India.
Allen, Alexandra. Travelling Ladies. Jupiter, 1980.
224
Textual Production Mildred Cable
Something Happened, the autobiography of MC and her two fellow missionaries, the Frenchsisters , appeared while the authors were on leave in London.
“Dictionary of Literary Biography online”. Gale Databases: Literature Resource Center-LRC.
195
Cable, Mildred, and Francesca French. Something Happened. Hodder and Stoughton, 1933.
prelims
Textual Production Mildred Cable
This book arose from MC 's experiences at the first mission she visited in China. While she retains sole authorship, MC acknowledges the important role of the Frenchsisters in the book's production, saying...
Textual Production Mildred Cable
Most comment on The Gobi Desert disregards the question of its authorship in favour of discussing the three women's extraordinary lives together.
The confusion between the three is so great that the entry for MC
Textual Production Mildred Cable
The women claim in their foreword that this book is an answer to the question: What takes these three women to such God-forsaken places?
Cable, Mildred, and Francesca French. Something Happened. Hodder and Stoughton, 1933.
prelims
While Evangeline French signed the foreword, she is not credited...
Travel Mildred Cable
MC and Evangeline and Francesca French toured South America for the Evangelical Union of South America .
Platt, William James. Three Women. Hodder & Stoughton, 1964.
208-9

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