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Dawn in Bantuland, an African Experiment: or an Account of Missionary Experiences and Observations in South Africa
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written by Luella Graham White, fl. 1937 and Amos Jerome White, 1883- (Boston, MA: Christopher Publishing House, 1953), 296 page(s)
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written by Luella Graham White, fl. 1937 and Amos Jerome White, 1883- (Boston, MA: Christopher Publishing House, 1953), 296 page(s)
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CHAPTER VII: Religious Expression in the New Day
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written by Ruth Frances Woodsmall, 1883-1963; in Eastern Women: Today and Tomorrow (Boston, MA: Central Committee on the United Study of Foreign Missions, 1933), 96-114
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written by Ruth Frances Woodsmall, 1883-1963; in Eastern Women: Today and Tomorrow (Boston, MA: Central Committee on the United Study of Foreign Missions, 1933), 96-114
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A Glimpse of India: Being a Collection of Extracts from the Letters Dr. Clara A. Swain, First Medical Missionary to India of the Woman's Foreign Missionary Society of the Methodist Episcopal Church in America
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written by Clara A. Swain, 1834-1910 (Boston, MA: Ginn and Company, 1910), 354 page(s),
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written by Clara A. Swain, 1834-1910 (Boston, MA: Ginn and Company, 1910), 354 page(s),
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A History of the First Decade of the Department of Scientific Temperance Instruction in Schools and Colleges of the Woman's Christian Temperance Union
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written by Mary H. Hunt, 1830-1906 (Boston, MA: G. E. Crosby and Company, 1891), 140 page(s),
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written by Mary H. Hunt, 1830-1906 (Boston, MA: G. E. Crosby and Company, 1891), 140 page(s),
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Japanese Women Speak: A Message from the Christian Women of Japan to the Christian Women of America
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written by Kubushiro Ochimi, 1882-1972 and Kawai Michi, 1877-1953 (Boston, MA: Central Committee on the United Study of Foreign Missions, 1934, originally published 1934), 236 page(s)
Published in Boston, this book targeted a trans-Pacific American audience. When Japan’s economic and colonial presence in East Asia became militarized in the late 1920s, Japanese Christian feminists were torn between transnationalism and nationalism.  Although disheartened by the Japanese military aggression du...
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written by Kubushiro Ochimi, 1882-1972 and Kawai Michi, 1877-1953 (Boston, MA: Central Committee on the United Study of Foreign Missions, 1934, originally published 1934), 236 page(s)
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Letter from Daniel O’Connell to Lucretia Mott, June 20, 1840, with Reference to the Rejection of Female Delegates By the World’s Convention in London.” In Anna Davis Hallowell, ed., James and Lucretia Mott: Life and Letters, (Boston: Houghton, Mifflin, 1884), pp. 471-73.
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written by Daniel O'Connell, 1775-1847; edited by Anna Davis Hallowell, 1831-1905 (Boston, MA: Houghton, Mifflin and Company, 1884), 6 page(s)
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written by Daniel O'Connell, 1775-1847; edited by Anna Davis Hallowell, 1831-1905 (Boston, MA: Houghton, Mifflin and Company, 1884), 6 page(s)
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Light on the Dark River: or, Memorials of Mrs. Henrietta A. L. Hamlin, Missionary in Turkey
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written by Margarette Woods Lawrence, 1813-1901 (Boston, MA: Ticknor, Reed and Fields, 1854), 321 page(s),
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written by Margarette Woods Lawrence, 1813-1901 (Boston, MA: Ticknor, Reed and Fields, 1854), 321 page(s),
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A Memoir of Mrs. Henrietta Shuck, the First American Female Missionary to China
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written by Jeremiah Bell Jeter, 1802-1880 (Boston, MA: Gould, Kendall & Lincoln, 1846), 251 page(s),
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written by Jeremiah Bell Jeter, 1802-1880 (Boston, MA: Gould, Kendall & Lincoln, 1846), 251 page(s),
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Memorial of Mad. [Madame] Susanne Kossuth Meszlenyi
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(Országos Széchényi Könyvtár [National Széchényi Library]) (Boston, MA: J. Wilson and Son (Printer), 1856), 65 page(s)
TITLE: Memorial of Mad. [Madame] Susanne Kossuth Meszlenyi. DESCRIPTION: A biography in English from 1856 of Zsuzsanna Kossuth, the Hungarian revolutionary leader Lajos Kossuth’s youngest sister, who achieved fame for organizing the paramedical service of the revolutionary army in 1848-49. The anonymous author,...
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(Országos Széchényi Könyvtár [National Széchényi Library]) (Boston, MA: J. Wilson and Son (Printer), 1856), 65 page(s)
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My Chinese Days
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written by Gulielma Fell Alsop, fl. 1918 (Boston, MA: Little, Brown and Company, 1918), 264 page(s),
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written by Gulielma Fell Alsop, fl. 1918 (Boston, MA: Little, Brown and Company, 1918), 264 page(s),
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