Missionaries

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The Missionary Pioneer

The Missionary Pioneer

by Mitchell, Joseph

Travels In South Africa

Travels In South Africa

by Campbell, John

The Great Command

The Great Command

by Jones, Nard

Congo; revue générale de la Colonie Belge; extrait Mars 1936; Données essentielles sur la religion de Pygmies

Congo; revue générale de la Colonie Belge; extrait Mars 1936; Données essentielles sur la religion de Pygmies

by Schebesta, Paul

Bruxelles: Goemaere, Imprimeur du Roi, Éditeur, 1936. 11p., 6.25x9.5 inches, text in French, evenly toned else very good in stapled wraps. Jesuit missionary Paul Schebesta undertook the first anthropological studies of the people of the Ituri.
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$18.00
Mission Dolores. Founded 1776 [brochure]

Mission Dolores. Founded 1776 [brochure]

San Francisco: Dolores Press, n.d.. 3.5x5 inch, four-panel brochure for visitors to the Mission, listing various points of interest inside and important dates. Depiction of the older part of the Mission on the front panel.
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$10.00
They Call Me Father: Memoirs of Father Nicolas Coccola.

They Call Me Father: Memoirs of Father Nicolas Coccola.

by WHITEHEAD, Margaret (editor)

Hardcover, octavo, pp. xi, 192 plus index. Black and white illustrations. Very good in the publisher's black cloth with spine lettering gilt. Dust jacket very good.
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$15.00
The fourth wall: Jerusalem and China

The fourth wall: Jerusalem and China

by Susan

New York: Mount Zion Fellowship, [198-]. 250p., lightly shelfworn wraps. American missionary describes her efforts to proselytize in China and Hong Kong in the 1980s.
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$12.00
The little grass house at Waioli

The little grass house at Waioli

Honolulu: The Waioli Tea Room, n.d.. Four-panel brochure, top edge toned, otherwise very good. Introduces the replica of the grass guest house where Robert Louis Stevenson stayed in 1889 when he visited Princess Ka'iulani and her father Archibald Scott Cleghorn. The house is at the tea room, run by the Salvation Army. Includes the text of Stevenson's Family Prayer.
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$12.00
The California Mission Story

The California Mission Story

Berkeley: Mike Roberts Color Production, 1951. 24p. 9x6 inches oblong, map, color photos, brochure with color photos, printed in the 1960s, stapled pictorial wraps.
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$10.00
L'Ouest Africain et les Missions Catholiques; Congo et Oubanghi

L'Ouest Africain et les Missions Catholiques; Congo et Oubanghi

by Renouard, G

Paris: H. Oudin, Libraire-Éditeur, 1904. viii+321p., 8x11.25 inches, unopened pages, text in French illustrated with photos, figures and maps, in lightly-worn original cream wraps printed in red and black.
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$75.00
Black sheep; adventures in West Africa; with illustrations

Black sheep; adventures in West Africa; with illustrations

by Mackenzie, Jean Kenyon

New York: Negro Universities Press, 1969. Hardcover. [iv]+314p., preface, illustrated with b&w photos, very good reprint of the original 1916 edition in publisher's original brown cloth and gilt.
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$12.00
What we saw in Africa

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.
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$12.00
Processes of Growth in an African Church

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.
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$12.00
Side-lights Upon Superstition

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.
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$15.00
Jungle Fire.

Jungle Fire.

by LEES, Shirley P

London: Oliphants, 1964.. 1st ed. "We are introduced to Christians, from former headhunting tribes (in the Borneo jungle), who are characterised by a great obedience to the Word of God and who share the kind of missionary vision that our Lord commanded." Pp. 94+4 pages of b/w photographs, map inside front cover showing approximate distribution of tribes contacted by the Borneo Evangelical Mission. Paperback. G+. .
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£5.00
Golden Gate Country

Golden Gate Country

by Atherton, Gertrude

New York: Duell, Sloan & Pearce, 1945. xi, 256p., first edition in tan buckram boards and dust jacket, signed with author's characteristic bullet-path autograph opposite her half-title. Endpapers reproduce a map. Book itself is very good: quite sound, entirely clean and unmarked (save for G.A's signature), while the dj is worn and torn. All in all, a good to very good copy. American Folkways; edited by Erskine Caldwell.
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$20.00
The Life of Rev. David Brainerd, Chiefly Extracted from His Diary, by President Edwards.

The Life of Rev. David Brainerd, Chiefly Extracted from His Diary, by President Edwards.

by Jonathan Edwards

1833 "somewhat abridged" edition in very good + condition, no stains or foxing. Pages slightly and uniformly browned by age. Hinges tight. Pristine, unmarked printblock of 360 pp. "Perpetuated by the Donations of Messrs.George Douglass, Charles Starr and William A. Hallock, of New-York." Illustrated with three woodcut engravings: 1) opposite title page: View of the Parsonage in Cranbury, New Jersey, July, 1833. Occupying the ground where Brainerd preached to the Indians, 1746.Signed: Anderson S.2)... Read more
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€96.00
Dhamma LatYone (Nos. 1-4)

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... Read more
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$95.00
An Open Path. Christian Missionaries 1515-1914

An Open Path. Christian Missionaries 1515-1914

by Beeching, Jack

Santa Barbara, Ca: Ross-Erikson Publishers. 1979. Large octavo size [16x24cm approx]. Very Good condition in Very Good Dustjacket. DJ protected in our purpose-made plastic sleeve. A nice copy. B/W maps. 325 pages . 1st US Edition. Hardback.
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AU$18.00
Wall Of Spears

Wall Of Spears

by Mildred Cable and Francesca French

Signed by Francesca French, one of the authors behind the book. This volume was written to help those who read it to a better understanding of a little-known part of the world.
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£15.00
Representations of Father Junipero Serra in painting and woodcut; their history and evaluation [Cover title: Father Junipero Serra paintings]

Representations of Father Junipero Serra in painting and woodcut; their history and evaluation [Cover title: Father Junipero Serra paintings]

by Geiger, Maynard

Santa Barbara: Franciscan Fathers, 1958. 36p.,5.5x8.5 inches, semi-coated paperstock throughout, illustrated with b&w reproductions of the titular artworks, very good booklet in stapled pictorial orange & white wraps that are rubbed. Geiger concludes, after "frequent and extensive research through more than fifteen years," that he cannot tell if any of the representations are likenesses, or if one is closer than the others.
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$20.00
Simply human beings

Simply human beings

by Docker, E.G

Sydney, Australia: Angus and Robertson/Jacaranda Press, 1965. Hardcover. xii, 260 p., cloth boards in dust jacket, jacket is a bit dust-soiled with some silverfishing to spine titling. An examination of historical and contemporary relations between Aborigines and whites in Australia. Illustrated with B&W photos.
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$15.00
African Heroes: Ntsikana, Tshaka, Khama, Mosheshoe.  Poems

African Heroes: Ntsikana, Tshaka, Khama, Mosheshoe. Poems

by Darlow, D. J

[Alice, South Africa]: The Lovedale Press, nd. 75p. + 4 plates, wraps, lightly warped, foreedges foxed else good condition. The Lovedale Press was associated with the Lovedale Missionary Institute, which was headquartered in what is now Alice (then called Lovedale).
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$15.00
China notes. [three issues]

China notes. [three issues]

New York: East Asia Office, Division of Overseas Ministries, NCC, 1972. Vol. XI, nos. 1, 2 and 4 of the newsletter, 8.5x11 inches, 12 pages each. Articles on religion in China, including during the Cultural Revolution. Contributors include John King Fairbank, John Strong, Franklin Wo, John Fleming and others.
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$12.00
Uncharted Waters

Uncharted Waters

by Southwell, C. Hudson

Calgary Canada: Astana Publishing. 1991. Very Good condition. Gift inscription to preliminary pages. Illustrated with Black and White Photographs. Black & white map. Robust, professional packaging and tracking provided for all parcels. 382 pages. The biography of Southwell, a missionary in Sarawak. . 1st Edition. Trade Paperback.
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AU$18.00
Not Many Mighty: More Stories from the Panyam District, Nigeria

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.
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$15.00
Father" Stuart and the Monroe Mission

Father" Stuart and the Monroe Mission

by WINSTON, E. T

Meridian: Press of Tell Farmer, 1927. First. hardcover. good. Illus. 94pp. 8vo, blue cloth, edges of corners lightly worn, spine ends rubbed, front cover slightly warped, front flyleaf, title page, and portrait of Stuart, all creased in the right margin. Meridian, Mississippi: Press of Tell Farmer, (1927). First Edition Signed by the author. Biography of Rev. Thomas C. Stuart and the Monroe Mission. Stuart and his wife were the first Presbyterians to settle in Northern Mississippi. He was appointed... Read more
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$600.00
James Hannington First Bishop of Eastern Equatorial Africa A History of his Life and Work 1847-1885

James Hannington First Bishop of Eastern Equatorial Africa A History of his Life and Work 1847-1885

by Dawson, E. C

London: Seeley & Co Ltd. 1899. Octavo Size [approx 15.5 x 22.8cm]. Very Good condition. Mild scattered foxing to preliminary pages and rear endpapers. Illustrated with Black and White plates and a fold-out map to the rear. Robust, professional packaging and tracking provided for all parcels. vii, 392 pages. First published in 1887, following Hannington's murder in Uganda, making him one the first 'Martyrs of Uganda'. . Reprint. Hardback.
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AU$35.00