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Elizabeth Foreman Lewis

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(1892 - 1958)

Elizabeth Foreman Lewis

Elizabeth Foreman Lewis grew up in Baltimore and became a Methodist missionary to China where she arrived in 1917, working in schools in Nanking and Chungking. Invalided home in the 1920’s she wrote novels and short stories based on her experiences.



Bibliography

Ho-Ming, Girl of New China (1934)

A twelve-year old girl finds a new way of growing up in the changing society of China in the 1920’s.

1934

Author(s): Elizabeth Foreman Lewis
Illustrator(s): Kurt Wiese

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Young Fu of the Upper Yangtze (1932)

At age thirteen Young Fu is apprenticed to a coppersmith in the big city of Chungking.

1932
1933

Author(s): Elizabeth Foreman Lewis
Illustrator(s): Kurt Wiese

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