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Title Diary of Margaret Dalgarno
Author(s) Dalgarno, Margaret
Section Section IV: Religion & Empire
Date 1890-1892
Document Type Manuscript, Diary
Library RBMU Archive, University of Edinburgh
Reference CSCNWW 33/26/7-8
Notes 2 volumes.
Region Europe, Africa
Places Britain, Scotland (image 5, 17-18, 48, 79), Aberdeen (i17), Sweden (i5), Madeira (i6-8), Madeira Cathedral (i7-8), Boma (i20-24), Congo (i18), Kaffir (i19), Yunduwa (i24-28), Lukunga (i39, 42, 59), Mpalabala (i42)
Topics diary, fe missionary papers, Regions Beyond Missionary Union, RBMU, missionary work, evangelism, Volume 1 (i2-135), Volume 2 (i136-208), travel, sea voyage (i3-17), cars (i3), omnibus (i3), canoes (i20, 118), shipwreck (i93), education, school room (i10), schoolhouse (i124), educational work (i41), boarding school (i101), language study (i106, 163), needlework (i156), gardening (i156), indigenous language (i19), translation (i22), indigenous custom (i33), observations of indigenous people, dress, decoration (i112-115), mourning (i33-34, 89-90, 117, 138-141, 182), burial customs (i185), superstition (i96, 148-149, 153), witchcraft (i35-38), witch doctor (i36-38, 152), evil spirit (i98), atrocities (i97), beheading (i95, 169), looting (i118-119, 158, 186), civil strife (i130), arson (i151), cannibalism (i194-195, 205), firearms (i139), wife beating (i148), manslaughter (i169), slavery (i111, 114, 120, 126, 154, 159, 181, 201), slave dealer, slave trader (i116, 154, 161, 194), Portuguese trading station (i20), trading stations (i49), market (i49), wine merchant (i75-76), carpenter's shop (i109), ivory trader (i119), Belgian Court of Justice (i21), Belgian state officials (i23), Swedish Mission (i21, 52-53), conflict with State (i93-94), civil war (i117-119), guns (i162), health and disease, skin disease (i32), sores (i152), sleeping sickness (i32), hanging (i69), fever (i85, 87, 91, 122), measles (i85, 188), influenza (i151), epilepsy (i160)
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