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Title The CMS Juvenile Instructor Volume 1
Section Section I: Cultural Contacts, 1492-1969
Date 1842
Document Type Journal, Missionary Papers
Library University of Birmingham Library
Region Africa, South Asia, Australasia, Central America and the Caribbean, South America, North America
Names Reverend William Cockran (pp146, 225, 270), Thomas Buxton (p274)
Places West Africa, Timmanee (p33), Sierra Leone (pp8, 129, 257, 289, 321), North Africa, Egypt, Abyssinia, Ethiopia, East Africa, India, North India, Calcutta, Agra (p53), Benares (p68), Krishnaghur, Madras, Agurparah (p161), South India, Tinnevelly (pp202, 301), Cottayam (p323), Ceylon, Cotta (p22), New Zealand (p132), West Indies, Jamaica (pp105, 238), British Guiana (pp74, 102), Latin America, North West America, Canada, Red River (p139), South Africa (p276), Madagascar (p191), China (p306)
Topics missionary papers, periodical, contents, Church Missionary Society (CMS), missionary reports, missionary work, education, evangelism, origin of CMS (p6), funding, operating losses (p8), poetry, Timmanee Mission (p33), health and disease, plague (p20), cholera (p97), leprosy (p202), Hindus (p333), religion, Hinduism (pp70, 89, 97, 161, 230, 233, 285), Hindu processions (p233), Hindu death and burial customs (p97), ear piercing (p296), treatment of Indian women (p333), role of women, status of Jewish women (p173), status of Chinese women (p310), slave trade, slavery, emancipation (pp8, 44, 274), infanticide (pp191, 310), human sacrifice (p293), Gallas tribe (pp43, 65), Fakirs (p70), Hudson's Bay Company (p139), indigenous peoples, Native Americans (p140), impact of western culture (p225), Islam, Mohammedanism (p162), Juvenile Missionary Association (p205)
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