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Processes of Growth in an African Church
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Processes of Growth in an African Church

By Taylor, John V.

London: SCM Press Ltd, 1958. Pamphlet. 30p., wraps, 5.5 x 8.5 inches, staples rusted else very good condition. I.M.C. Research Pamphlets No. 6. Study of an Anglican missionary working in a church in Uganda.

$12.00

Side-lights Upon Superstition
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Side-lights Upon Superstition

By Macvicar, Neil

Lovedale, South Africa: Lovedale Press, 1939. Paperback. 58p., wraps, 4.75 x 7.25 inches, fore-edges foxed else very good condition. Author was a missionary and medical superintendent at the Victoria Hospital in Lovedale, South Africa. He argues that the local belief in witchcraft makes it difficult to treat patients.

$15.00

Not Many Mighty: More Stories from the Panyam District, Nigeria
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Not Many Mighty: More Stories from the Panyam District, Nigeria

By Cheal, Christine H.

London: Sudan United Mission, nd. Pamphlet. 32p., stapled wraps, 5.5 x 8.25 inches, illus. with black and white photos, light wear else very good condition.

$15.00

What we saw in Africa
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What we saw in Africa

By Hogg, C.F.

Bath: Echoes of Service, 1940. 79p., staplebound booklet, light handling wear. South African missionary's description of a trip through various parts of southern central Africa.

$12.00

Chinese Mission Building at Portland, Oregon
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Chinese Mission Building at Portland, Oregon

By Bentley, W.P.

Indianapolis: Christian Women's Board of Missions, 1909. 7p., staplebound booklet, very good. "Christian Woman's Centennial offering of the Christian Woman's Board of Missions." Centennial leaflet series no. 10. Bentley, who was in charge of the Chinese Mission in San Francisco, urges the reader to help raise $100,000 to enlarge the Portland Mission.

$125.00

The bells of the blue pagoda; the strange enchantment of a Chinese doctor
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The bells of the blue pagoda; the strange enchantment of a Chinese doctor

By Cochran, Jean Carter

Philadelphia: Westminster Press, 1937. ix, 281 pages, very good hardcover, dustjacket with a couple of tiny corner chips, now protected under mylar.

$35.00

The life of Christ by Chinese artists
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The life of Christ by Chinese artists

Westminster: Society for the Propagation of the Gospel, 1939. 52p., slender paperback, mild edgewear; black and white illustrations. Sixth impression. Artwork depicting Jesus as Chinese.

$12.00

Indians, Franciscans, and Spanish Colonization; The Impact of the Mission System on California Indians
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Indians, Franciscans, and Spanish Colonization; The Impact of the Mission System on California Indians

By Jackson, Robert H. and Edward Castillo

Albuquerque: University of New Mexico Press, 1995. Paperback. vii, 214p., wraps, illus., tables, 6 x 9 inches, very good condition.

$12.00

Ho-Ming: Girl of New China
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Ho-Ming: Girl of New China

By Lewis, Elizabeth Foreman

London: George G Harrap & Co Ltd, 1935. 255p., hardcover, boards lightly scuffed and edgeworn, gift inscription on half-title page; a decent reading copy. Illustrated by Kurt Wiese. A novel highlighting the changing status of women in China. Lewis, who had served as a Methodist missionary in China, was a Newbery Award-winning author of children's books.

$12.00

The Free Baptist Register and Year Book 1906.  No. LXVI
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The Free Baptist Register and Year Book 1906. No. LXVI

Boston: The Morning Star Publishing House, 1906. Paperback. 148p., tables, reports and a few dim snapshots printed on semicoated and slightly acidic paperstock, sewn signatures softbound in 7.5x5 inch plain printed wraps. Both covers severely torn along the joints with a transverse tear developed one inch across the front; textblock toned but sound; there are a few spotty stains. Complete and handleable, a reading and reference copy. F.y.i., about three quarters of the material are tabled data, names, addresses; of the written reports several are passionately written.

$45.00

Yesu zhuan
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Yesu zhuan

By Zhao Zichen

Shanghai: Qing nian xie hui shu ju, 1948. 4, 26, 294, 2 pages, very good paperback, Fifth edition. English title, "Life of Jesus," on publisher's colophon. Qing nian cong shu / Youth library, 22.

$300.00

Dhamma LatYone (Nos. 1-4)
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Dhamma LatYone (Nos. 1-4)

By Hanna, A.C., editor

Rangoon: American Baptist Mission Press, 1932. Four issues of the staplebound journal, 27 to 32 pages each, stapled together and crudely enclosed in cloth-covered boards, a homemade job, boards separated from the journals inside; while the boards are worn and the cloth is coming off of the rear cover, the journals themselves, aside from some rust adjacent to the staples, are in very good condition. Not found in OCLC. The journals, entirely in Burmese, include articles primarily on religious topics, with a few black and white photos of sites in the West.

$95.00

Leadership for nation building
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Leadership for nation building

By Allen, Gary I.

New York: Christian Mission for the United Nations Community, 2001. 202p., very good paperback, 8.5x11 inches.

$12.00

Architecture, Physical Environment and Society in Alta California: proceedings of the 22nd Annual Conference of the California Mission Studies Association Mission San Fernando Rey de España, February 18-20, 2005
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Architecture, Physical Environment and Society in Alta California: proceedings of the 22nd Annual Conference of the California Mission Studies Association Mission San Fernando Rey de España, February 18-20, 2005

By Beebe, Rose Marie and Robert M. Senkewicz, editors

California Mission Studies Association, 2005. 193p., 8.5x11 inches, introduction, articles and essays, references, footnotes, figures, illustrations, tables, very good report in spiral-bound pictorial covers. Six holdings located in OCLC as of 10/2017.

$45.00

The Confucian Civilization
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The Confucian Civilization

By Zia, Z.K.

Shanghai: Mission Book Company, n.d.. viii, 99p., slender hardcover, couple of small scars to cloth, interior very good. Fourth impression. Undated; the "most up-to-date bibliography" lists publications up to 1927. Overview of Confucianism, intended to reveal its inadequacies as compared with Christianity. Preface by Frank Rawlinson and introduction by Bishop Birney.

$25.00

Restoration at the California Missions
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Restoration at the California Missions

By Weber, Francis J.

[San Diego]: California Mission Studies Association, 1992. 23p., 5.5x8.5 inches, introduction, notes, illustrated with six b&w photos and a plan, very good first edition booklet in stapled glossy white pictorial wraps. CMSA Keepsake #1. First in a series that became the Occasional papers.

$25.00

The Battle for the Chinese Bible
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The Battle for the Chinese Bible

By Lam, Nora

San Jose: China Today Books; Nora Lam Chinese MInistries International, 1997. 74p., slender small paperback, first printing. Very good. Tract by the Chinese-American evangelist.

$10.00

The Water System at Mission Santa Barbara
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The Water System at Mission Santa Barbara

By Allen, Rebecca & David L. Felton

[San Diego]: California Mission Studies Association, 1998. iv, 41p., 5.5x8.5 inches, foreword, introduction, historical accounts, overview, references cited, illustrated with figures, plans, maps, photos, centerfold map, very good first edition booklet in stapled glossy white pictorial wraps. Occasional Paper #1.

$25.00

San Juan Capistrano Mission Chapels and Cemetery
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San Juan Capistrano Mission Chapels and Cemetery

By Kelsey, Harry

Northridge: Padre Press for the California Mission Studies Association, 1993. 17p., 5.5x8.5 inches, illustrated with photos, plans and figures, very good first edition booklet in stapled glossy yellow pictorial wraps.

$25.00

Historic Lushan: the Kuling Mountains
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Historic Lushan: the Kuling Mountains

By Stone, Albert; Hammond Reed

Hankow: Arthington Press, Religious Tract Society, 1921. 106p., very good hardcover, front endpaper toned with ownership inscription of a D. Melnikoff. Black and white plates have tissue guards intact. The fold-out map has a yellowed tape repair to reverse where it is joined to the binding, not visible from the front. Kuling, now spelled Guling, was a health resort established in 1895 by Edward Selby Little as a retreat for missionaries.

$175.00

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