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Title Journal letters of Isobel E. Barbour: Uganda and Kenya
Author(s) Barbour, Isobel E.
Section Section I: Cultural Contacts, 1492-1969
Date 1927
Document Type Manuscript, Diary, Correspondence
Library University of Birmingham Library
Reference CMS F1 (Acc20)
Region Africa, Europe
Names Isobel E. Barbour, Archdeacon R. H. Walker, Edith Baring-Gould, King of Toro (p13)
Places East Africa, Uganda, Kenya, France, Marseille (p1), Port Said (p4), Port Sudan (p5), Aden (pp6,67), Mombasa (pp7, 63), Nairobi (p8), Kampala (p10, 17), Namirembe (p33), Nam umale (p49), Mount Etna
Topics travel writing, journal, letters, tourism, Church Missionary Society, CMS, Church in Africa, missionary work, education (pp9,19), natural history, game (pp8, 31), trade (p5), Mount Kilimanjaro (p9), Phelps Stokes Commission (p9), marriage customs (pp12, 17, 25), Catholic missions (p13), coffee trade (p14), industry (p14), Empire Day (p15), beauty contest (p16), hospital work (pp18, 53), witch doctors (p21), cannibalism (p25), dress (pp27, 64), Jubilee Day of Church of Uganda (p39), sport, football (p48), famine (p50), Kenya Guide camp (p55), burial customs (p61), fear of cameras (p62)
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