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Title Letter to Archbishop of Canterbury on native marriage
Section Section IV: Religion & Empire
Date 1940-1943
Document Type Correspondence, Missionary Papers
Library University of Birmingham Library
Reference G 3 A 7 d1
Region Africa
Names Archbishop of Canterbury
Places Uganda, Kampala, Bude Hill (p1), Buganda (p2)
Topics letter, missionary papers, Church Missionary Society, CMS, missionary work, evangelism, religion, Roman Catholics (p1), Seventh Day Adventists (p1), Diocesan Council (p1), East African Church Province (p2), Revivalism (p3), indigenous people, Baganda (pp1, 3), Abalokole (p3), Native Court (p1), Native Parliament (p2), indigenous customs, permission to marry (p1), Coronation ceremony (p1), unrest, disturbance, protests (p1), riot (p1), arson (p1), anti-European sentiment (pp2-3), homosexuality (p2), education, boarding school (p1), self-governing school (p2), board of governors (p2)
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