An exploration of the Karens, a small nation that inhabited the mountains and forests of the Lower Burma who were loyal to the British during the Anglo-Burmese wars.
1. Introduction 2. Their Origin, Language and Physical Characteristics 3. Some of their National Customs 4. Their Agriculture: Pee Bee Yaw, the Goddess of the Harvest 5. Their Folk-Lore: One of Their Satirical Traditions 6. Some of Their Fireside Stories 7. Some of their National Characteristics 8. Historical Tradition: Taw-Mai-Pah, the Mythical Ancestor of the Karens 9. Their National Religion and their God-Traditions 10. The American Mission Among the Karens 11. Christianizing a Heathen Karen Village 12. Policy of the British Government Towards the Karens
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