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Title Church Missionary Gleaner Volume 2
Section Section I: Cultural Contacts, 1492-1969
Date 1842
Document Type Journal, Missionary Papers
Library University of Birmingham Library
Region Africa, South Asia, Central America and the Caribbean, North America, Australasia
Names King of Ibo, Bishop of Madras, Bishop of New Zealand, Reverend, G. Griffiths, Reverend J. B. Summer, Lord Bishop of Chester, Sheikh Raji Oo Din
Places West Africa, Sierra Leone, Timmanee, Niger, East Africa, Tadjurra, India, Calcutta, North India, Burdwan, Benares (p98), Madras, South India, Tinnevelly, Bombay, Ceylon, Sri Lanka, Cotta (p17), New Zealand, Cook Straits, West Indies, Jamaica, Moore Town, Portland, British Guiana, Canada, Red River
Topics missionary papers, periodical, contents, Church Missionary Society, CMS, missionary work, evangelism, missionary reports, journal extracts from missionaries, slave trade, slavery, Niger expedition (p15), education, Fourah Bay College (p111), training African teachers, House of Commons report on Western Africa (p124), Hinduism, caste system (p62), human sacrifices (pp27, 87, 113), animal sacrifices (p20), superstition, rituals, birth, treatment of twins, infanticide(p27), Ibo Nation, Burdwan mission, Tinnevelly mission, baptism of Brahmin youths in Bombay (p28), Cotta Girls School, Maroons in Jamaica, sermons, Native American culture, Sierra Leone mission (p85), Bengalee schools (p42), Calcutta Bible Society
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