Originally published in 1910. INTRODUCTION: Java is a fascinatingly
beautiful land which is just emerging from obscurity in the
thinking and planning of American tourists. But more than that, and
better, Java has recently been entered as a mission field by an
American Society through the efforts of a band of earnest young
Christians in and about Pittsburg, Pennsylvania. "Java and its
Challenge" is a brief attempt to bring this before the young life
of Western Pennsylvania. But it will not stop there. The lure of
the East and the high romance of this extraordinary undertaking, so
painstakingly narrated by Miss Elizabeth Brookes, will receive the
wider reading it deserves...... Many of the earliest books,
particularly those dating back to the 1900's and before, are now
extremely scarce and increasingly expensive. We are republishing
these classic works in affordable, high quality, modern editions,
using the original text and artwork.
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