Tribes -- Vietnam.
Subject Source: Local sources
Found in 3 Collections and/or Records:
Collection 409 Papers of David D. Thomas
Identifier: CN 409
Scope and Contents Correspondence, photographs, negatives, and clippings relating to the linguistic and missionary work of David and Dorothy Thomas in the Philippines, Vietnam (especially with the Chrau tribe), Cambodia, and Thailand with Wycliffe Bible Translators from 1954-1975. The bulk of the content consists of David and Dorothy's letters to his mother, Ruth, who lived in Wheaton, IL. Topics covered in the correspondence include information on the Thomas family, missionary work in the Philippines, and...
Dates: Created: 1954-1975
Collection 445 Oral History Interviews with Helen E. Evans
Identifier: CN 445
Scope and Contents Oral history interviews with Helen Elizabeth Evans in which she decsribes her family background; spiritual development; education at Wheaton College; ministry in rural Vermont with the New England Fellowship; the influence of her aunt, Elizabeth Evans; her missionary work in Vietnam and Indonesia with the Christian and Missionary Alliance; and work among Vietnamese in Charlotte, North Carolina. Evans' work in Vietnam was particularly among the Dega and other tribal groups often classified...
Dates: Created: 1991
Collection 568 Oral History Interviews with Joan M. Wise
Scope and Contents Oral history interviews in which Wise talks about her Catholic childhood; the influence of the Jesus People movement; David Rose; her conversion experience; joining Youth With A Missions (YWAM); work with Vietnamese refugee youth in Hong Kong; the Revival Christian Church of Hong Kong; becoming an independent missionary; creating Sunday schools in north and south Vietnam; Church and state in Vietnam; condition of the church in Vietnam; speaking in tongues; miracles in Vietnam; ancestor...