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Title The Church Missionary Quarterly Token: "A book of missionary incident and instruction"
Section Section I: Cultural Contacts, 1492-1969
Date 1856-1865
Document Type Journal, Missionary Papers
Library University of Birmingham Library
Region Africa, South Asia, Australasia, North America
Names Dr. David Livingstone (issue 11), Maharajah of Punjab (35), Abdool Meseeh's, Reverend Samuel Crowther (7), Thomas Buxton (7), Reverend Samuel Marsden (13), Reverend Thomas Fleming (18), Martin Luther (27)
Places West Africa, Sierra Leone (issues 5, 18, 29), Nigeria, Yoruba (3, 6, 7, 18), Abbeokuta (4, 14, 30), Mauritius (22), India, Tinnevelly (2, 15), Peshawar (3), Benares (8, 31), Sindh (11), Punjab, River Ganges (7), China (8, 23, 29), New Zealand (13, 23), Waimate (17), North West America, Canada, Rupert's land (5, 18, 34, 35, 36), Borneo (34)
Topics missionary papers, periodical, contents, Church Missionary Society, CMS, slave trade (issues 5, 7, 10, 12, 13, 18), slave sale (10), slavery, abolition, missionary work, education, children's stories, literature, evangelism, poetry, superstition (35), witchcraft (35), Peshawar mission, religion, Hinduism (4-7, 9, 11, 15, 30, 34), nationalism, 'Indian Mutiny' (7, 8), Sati, Suttee (7), Hindu law of property (7), Sikhism (21), Banyan tree (29), famine (32), Buddhism (21), fire walking (19, 32), indigenous peoples, Native Americans (5, 15, 18, 16, 22, 30, 34), Esquimaux, Eskimo, Inuit (18, 26), cannibalism (28, 31), Juvenile Associations, Zulus (28), Islam, Mohammedanism (11, 14, 19), Maoris (3), sacred Bull (4), sacred cow (10), caste system (7), Brahmins (7), Fakir (11, 12), death, infanticide in China (15), tribal conflict, tribal wars in Africa (26)
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