Ann Hasseltine Judson

Ann Judson Ann Judson (1789-1826) was the first American woman missionary to go overseas. She sailed with her husband, Adoniram, for Calcutta, India, in 1812. Ordered to leave India, they began their missionary work in Rangoon, Burma in 1813. Ann learned the Burmese and Siamese languages, did translation work, taught Burmese girls, managed her household and cared for her husband during his 18 month imprisonment in 1824-25.

Recommended Books:
My Heart in His Hands: Ann Judson of Burma by Sharon James. Darlington, England: Evangelical Press, 1998. ISBN 085234421X. 237 pages.

Ann H. Judson of Burma by E. R. Pitman. Published by Christian Literature Crusade, 1988. ISBN 0875086012. 92 pages.
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See also Adoniram Judson and The Three Mrs. Judsons.


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