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Missionary landscapes in the Dark Continent.

Johnston, James F.S.S.

Missionary landscapes in the Dark Continent.

by Johnston, James F.S.S.

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Published by Books for Libraries Press in Freeport, N.Y .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Africa.
    • Subjects:
    • Missions -- Africa

    • Edition Notes

      SeriesThe Black heritage library collection
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsBV3500 .J74 1972
      The Physical Object
      Pagination264 p.
      Number of Pages264
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL5285124M
      ISBN 100836991001
      LC Control Number72003911
      OCLC/WorldCa320070

        The New World was a dangerous and mysterious wilderness when Isaac Jogues and his fellow missionaries arrived in to convert the Native Americans to Christianity. Written in simple but stirring terms, this true story of the intrepid Jesuit's adventures and hardships among the Algonquins, Brand: Dover Publications. Production. Darkest Africa was budgeted at $, although the final negative cost was $, (a $12,, or %, overspend). It was the most expensive Republic serial of It was filmed between 29 November and 28 December under the working title Dark Continent. The serial's production number was Over all sixty-six Republic serials, however, this was the third cheapest per Budget: $, (negative cost: $,).

      Africa, tourism Africa is the second largest continent (30 million km2) w km of coastline (figure 1). It is also the second most populated continent with approximately 1 billion. ‘One of the great, self-made men of the inland, Tom Brinkworth, has a different vision of the interior of this continent from most people.’ ‘Even longer were the hours spent with a torch, scouring the interior of the dark continent with all the fervour of a Christian missionary seeking out the Godless.’.

        The African Coach and Four Transport System. W.M.M.S. Postcards, Series, circa s. The African Section of the Library of Congress’ African and Middle Eastern Division has amassed a unique collection of more than historical photographic postcards documenting an important visual record of Africa and its people during the historically intensive years of European colonialism, from . Page - The falls are bounded on thrce sides by ridges or feet in height, which are covered with forest, with the red soil appearing among the trees. When about half a mile from the falls, I left the canoe by which we had come down thus far, and embarked in a lighter one, with men well acquainted with the rapids, who, by passing down the centre of the stream in the eddies and still.


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English: Identifier: christianmissi01denn (find matches) Title: Christian missions and social progress; a sociological study of foreign missions Year: Authors: Dennis, James S.

(James Shepard), Subjects: Missions Christian sociology Publisher: New York, F. Revell Contributing Library: Princeton Theological Seminary Library Digitizing Sponsor: Princeton Theological Seminary.

The conversion of a few cannot be put into the scale against the truth spread over the whole country. This lonely missionary opening up a highway across the continent for commerce, for civilization, for the Gospel, rose to the stature of a statesman.

Beautiful incidents. Dawn in the Dark Continent Or Africa and Its Missions, the Duff Missionary Lectures for by James Stewart Zanzibar The Island Metropolis of Eastern Africa by F.

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