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Title Original papers and letters relating to West Africa
Section Section I: Cultural Contacts, 1492-1969
Date 1886
Document Type Missionary Papers, Manuscript, Correspondence
Library University of Birmingham Library
Reference G 3 A I 02
Region Africa, Europe
Names Reverend O. Moore, Reverend Frank Nevill, Reverend D. G. Williams, Mr Wigram, Right Reverend Bishop of Sierra Leone, Reverend J. B. Bowen, Miss A. H. Ansell, Simeon J. Smart, Miss H. Bisset, T. J. Sawyer, Reverend J. A. Alley, Reverend S. Taylor, Reverend S. Spain, Reverend J. Buck, Reverend J. H. Davis
Places West Africa, Sierra Leone, Freetown, Temne, Port Lokkoh, Madeira, Lagos, Niger, Accra, Gold Coast, Ghana, Magbele, Sherbo, Hastings, York
Topics missionary papers, letters, detailed listing of each item at start, Church Missionary Society, CMS, missionary reports, missionary work, education, Freetown Grammar School (items 17, 40, 42, 49, 95, 96, 109, 115, 125), Fourah Bay College (11, 21, 27, 28, 38, 45, 50, 52, 71, 124, 127), Niger Mission (17), sermons, funding of education, Islam, Mohammedanism (21), CMS finance committee (22, 46, 53), Sierra Leone Native Church (19, 60), Annie Walsh Memorial School (13, 33, 47, 54, 61, 72, 79, 83, 98, 112), teaching appointments, Imperial government taking possession of grammar school land (42), health and disease (50, 88, 92), Chief's request to open mission station at Magbele (52), recruiting for Niger Mission (53, 63), difficulties collecting school fees (54, 61, 95, 118), Women's Missionary Institute (56), evangelism (67), crime and punishment (88), Brazilian Submarine Telegraph Company (95), employment (95), Grammar school examination (119)
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