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Title Church Missionary Gleaner Volume 1
Section Section I: Cultural Contacts, 1492-1969
Date 1841
Document Type Journal, Missionary Papers
Place of Publication London
Library University of Birmingham Library
Region Africa, Europe, South Asia, Central America and the Caribbean, Australasia
Names King and Queen of Greece (p73), Bishop of Calcutta (p74), Reverend J. H. Pratt (p126), Reverend Samuel Marsden, Pigwys, Chief of Satteux tribe (p20), Bishop of London (p133), Bishop of Madras (p138)
Places East Africa, Abyssinia, Ethiopia (p102), Niger, West Africa, Sierra Leone (pp10, 111), Freetown, Malta (p51), India, Calcutta, River Ganges (p31), North India, Benares (p113), Krishnaghier, Agra, South India, Tinnevelly (pp37, 138), Mayaveram (p57), New Zealand, Waikato, Turanga, West Indies, Jamaica, Moore Town (p59), Siloah (p116), Woodford, Prince Rupert Island
Topics missionary papers, periodical, contents, Church Missionary Society, CMS, missionary work, evangelism, journal extracts from missionaries, missionary reports, Hindu character, Hinduism, Hindu customs, ritual, death customs (p31), Evangelical Missionary Society of Paris, Niger expedition (p111), Hindu festival of Juggernaut, slave trade among the Danakil, slavery, boy's orphan school, Agra, education, indigenous peoples, Maori tribal wars (p141), Native American culture, impact of Christianity on Calcutta (p103), Hudson Bay Company (p20), Brahminism
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