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Title Church Missionary Society archive [microform]. Section IV, Africa missions. Part 5, West Africa (Sierra Leone), 1820-1880.
Alternative Title Africa missions [microform]. Part 5, West Africa (Sierra Leone), 1820-1880
West Africa (Sierra Leone), 1820-1880 [microform]
Publication Info Marlborough : Adam Matthew, 1998.


LOCATION SHELVED AT LOAN TYPE STATUS
 WISE  BV 2500 A2 C5  Reels 80-96.  UNTIL CLOSING  ASK AT DEPT

Descript 17 microfilm reels.
Note Printed guide covers parts 1-7 of the set.
Part 5 continues the Original papers, 1820-1880, started in Part 2. This part contains incoming papers sent to CMS headquarters in London by the mission secretary and missionaries. They mainly consist of letters, journals and reports. Topics include: the training of Africans as army doctors, Female Institution reports, visits and itinerations by missionaries, education, medical reports, memoirs of liberated slaves, Fourah Bay College, Industrial School, reports on the mission, correspondence with the Kings of Abeokuta.
Reels for Section IV, Part 5 are numbered 80-96.
ISBN 1857111257
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Subject Graf, John Ulrich, -1855.
Haensel, Charles Lewis Frederick.
Konig, Henrietta Elise.
Nylander, Anne.
Nylander, Hannah.
Nylander, Thomas Christopher.
Peyton, Thomas.
Quaker, James.
Schlenker, Christian Frederick.
Schmid, David Henry.
Schon, James Frederick, 1803-1889.
Townsend, Henry, 1815-1886.
Weeks, John Wills.
Church Missionary Society.
Church of England
Fourah Bay College
Female Institution (Freetown, Sierra Leone)
Freetown Grammar School (Freetown, Sierra Leone)
Missions -- Sierra Leone -- History -- 19th century -- Sources.
Church work -- Sierra Leone -- History -- 19th century -- Sources.
Missionaries -- Travel -- Sierra Leone -- History -- 19th century -- Sources.
Education -- Sierra Leone -- History -- 19th century -- Sources.
Medical care -- Sierra Leone -- History -- 19th century -- Sources.
Sierra Leone -- History -- To 1896 -- Sources.
Sierra Leone -- Social conditions -- To 1961 -- Sources.
Sierra Leone -- Religion -- History -- Sources.
Alt author University of Birmingham. Library.
Alternative Title Africa missions [microform]. Part 5, West Africa (Sierra Leone), 1820-1880
West Africa (Sierra Leone), 1820-1880 [microform]
Descript 17 microfilm reels.
Note Printed guide covers parts 1-7 of the set.
Part 5 continues the Original papers, 1820-1880, started in Part 2. This part contains incoming papers sent to CMS headquarters in London by the mission secretary and missionaries. They mainly consist of letters, journals and reports. Topics include: the training of Africans as army doctors, Female Institution reports, visits and itinerations by missionaries, education, medical reports, memoirs of liberated slaves, Fourah Bay College, Industrial School, reports on the mission, correspondence with the Kings of Abeokuta.
Reels for Section IV, Part 5 are numbered 80-96.
ISBN 1857111257
Subject Graf, John Ulrich, -1855.
Haensel, Charles Lewis Frederick.
Konig, Henrietta Elise.
Nylander, Anne.
Nylander, Hannah.
Nylander, Thomas Christopher.
Peyton, Thomas.
Quaker, James.
Schlenker, Christian Frederick.
Schmid, David Henry.
Schon, James Frederick, 1803-1889.
Townsend, Henry, 1815-1886.
Weeks, John Wills.
Church Missionary Society.
Church of England
Fourah Bay College
Female Institution (Freetown, Sierra Leone)
Freetown Grammar School (Freetown, Sierra Leone)
Missions -- Sierra Leone -- History -- 19th century -- Sources.
Church work -- Sierra Leone -- History -- 19th century -- Sources.
Missionaries -- Travel -- Sierra Leone -- History -- 19th century -- Sources.
Education -- Sierra Leone -- History -- 19th century -- Sources.
Medical care -- Sierra Leone -- History -- 19th century -- Sources.
Sierra Leone -- History -- To 1896 -- Sources.
Sierra Leone -- Social conditions -- To 1961 -- Sources.
Sierra Leone -- Religion -- History -- Sources.
Alt author University of Birmingham. Library.
Alternative Title Africa missions [microform]. Part 5, West Africa (Sierra Leone), 1820-1880
West Africa (Sierra Leone), 1820-1880 [microform]
LOCATION SHELVED AT LOAN TYPE STATUS
 WISE  BV 2500 A2 C5  Reels 80-96.  UNTIL CLOSING  ASK AT DEPT

Subject Graf, John Ulrich, -1855.
Haensel, Charles Lewis Frederick.
Konig, Henrietta Elise.
Nylander, Anne.
Nylander, Hannah.
Nylander, Thomas Christopher.
Peyton, Thomas.
Quaker, James.
Schlenker, Christian Frederick.
Schmid, David Henry.
Schon, James Frederick, 1803-1889.
Townsend, Henry, 1815-1886.
Weeks, John Wills.
Church Missionary Society.
Church of England
Fourah Bay College
Female Institution (Freetown, Sierra Leone)
Freetown Grammar School (Freetown, Sierra Leone)
Missions -- Sierra Leone -- History -- 19th century -- Sources.
Church work -- Sierra Leone -- History -- 19th century -- Sources.
Missionaries -- Travel -- Sierra Leone -- History -- 19th century -- Sources.
Education -- Sierra Leone -- History -- 19th century -- Sources.
Medical care -- Sierra Leone -- History -- 19th century -- Sources.
Sierra Leone -- History -- To 1896 -- Sources.
Sierra Leone -- Social conditions -- To 1961 -- Sources.
Sierra Leone -- Religion -- History -- Sources.
Descript 17 microfilm reels.
Note Printed guide covers parts 1-7 of the set.
Part 5 continues the Original papers, 1820-1880, started in Part 2. This part contains incoming papers sent to CMS headquarters in London by the mission secretary and missionaries. They mainly consist of letters, journals and reports. Topics include: the training of Africans as army doctors, Female Institution reports, visits and itinerations by missionaries, education, medical reports, memoirs of liberated slaves, Fourah Bay College, Industrial School, reports on the mission, correspondence with the Kings of Abeokuta.
Reels for Section IV, Part 5 are numbered 80-96.
Alt author University of Birmingham. Library.
ISBN 1857111257

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