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Neighbors in Christ: Fifty-Eight Years of World Service by the Woman's Board of Missions of the Interior
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written by Grace Emeline Tinker Davis, 1876-1945 (Chicago, IL: Women's Board of Missions of the Interior, 1926), 235 page(s)
written by Grace Emeline Tinker Davis, 1876-1945 (Chicago, IL: Women's Board of Missions of the Interior, 1926), 235 page(s)
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Beyond the Moon Gate, Being a Diary of Ten Years in the Interior of the Middle Kingdom
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written by Welthy Honsinger Fisher, 1879-1980 (London, England: Gay and Hancock, 1925), 197 page(s)
written by Welthy Honsinger Fisher, 1879-1980 (London, England: Gay and Hancock, 1925), 197 page(s)
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Fifty Years in Foreign Fields, China, Japan, India, Arabia; a History of Five Decades of the Woman's Board of Foreign Missions, Reformed Church in America
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written by Mary Eleanor Anable Chamberlain, fl. 1925 (New York, NY: Reformed Church in America. Women's Board of Foreign Missions and Woman's Board of Foreign Missions, 1925), 292 page(s)
A sequel to Chamberlain's fifty years in foreign fields.
written by Mary Eleanor Anable Chamberlain, fl. 1925 (New York, NY: Reformed Church in America. Women's Board of Foreign Missions and Woman's Board of Foreign Missions, 1925), 292 page(s)
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The Golden Jubilee
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written by Mrs. Henry G. Safford, fl. 1921 (New York, NY: Woman's American Baptist Foreign Mission Society, 1921), 263 page(s),
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written by Mrs. Henry G. Safford, fl. 1921 (New York, NY: Woman's American Baptist Foreign Mission Society, 1921), 263 page(s),
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Into Free Poland Via Germany
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written by Martha Chickering, fl. 1920 (New York, NY: Young Women's Christian Association of the United States of America. National Board, 1920), 25 page(s),
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written by Martha Chickering, fl. 1920 (New York, NY: Young Women's Christian Association of the United States of America. National Board, 1920), 25 page(s),
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Women and Missions in the Methodist Episcopal Church, South
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written by Sara Estelle Haskin, fl. 1920 (Nashville, TN: Publishing House of the Methodist Episcopal Church, 1920), 255 page(s),
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written by Sara Estelle Haskin, fl. 1920 (Nashville, TN: Publishing House of the Methodist Episcopal Church, 1920), 255 page(s),
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Our Work in the Orient 1871-1919
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written by Woman's American Baptist Foreign Mission Society (Chicago, IL: Woman's American Baptist Foreign Mission Society, 1919), 173 page(s)
written by Woman's American Baptist Foreign Mission Society (Chicago, IL: Woman's American Baptist Foreign Mission Society, 1919), 173 page(s)
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How to Use Our Text-Book Women Workers of the Orient: A Handbook of Suggestions
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written by Helen Barrett Montgomery, 1881-1934 (Medford, MA: Central Committee on the United Study of Foreign Missions, 1918), 52 page(s)
written by Helen Barrett Montgomery, 1881-1934 (Medford, MA: Central Committee on the United Study of Foreign Missions, 1918), 52 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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An African Trail
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written by Jean Kenyon Mackenzie, 1874-1936 (West Medford, MA: Central Committee on the United Study of Foreign Missions, 1917), 188 page(s),
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written by Jean Kenyon Mackenzie, 1874-1936 (West Medford, MA: Central Committee on the United Study of Foreign Missions, 1917), 188 page(s),
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