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Published by Offices of the Universities" Mission to Central Africa in London .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • Missions -- Africa.,
  • Africa -- Maps, Physical.

Book details:

Edition Notes

Statementand a preface by Sir H.H. Johnston.
GenreMaps, Physical.
ContributionsJohnston, Harry Hamilton, Sir, 1858-1927., Universities" Mission to Central Africa.
The Physical Object
Pagination40 p., [16] leaves of plates (col.) ;
Number of Pages40
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL19189882M

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THE HISTORY OF THE UNIVERSITIES' MISSION TO CENTRAL AFRICA Volume I - Volume II - Volume III - on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. THE HISTORY OF THE UNIVERSITIES' MISSION TO CENTRAL AFRICA Volume I - Volume II - Volume III - Format: Hardcover. The Universities' Mission to Central Africa (c - ) was a missionary society established by members of the Anglican Church within the universities of Oxford, Cambridge, Durham, and was firmly in the Anglo-Catholic tradition of the Church, and the first to devolve authority to a bishop in the field rather than to a home committee.   The Universities’ Central Mission to Africa (c – ) was set up by Anglican graduates from the Universities of Oxford, Cambridge, Cambridge, Durham and Dublin. It’s work was concentrated on Nyasaland (now Malawi) and Zanzibar (now a semi-autonomous part of Tanzania). Westminster: Office of the Universities' Mission to Central Africa, [External link] The Life of Charles Alan Smythies: Bishop of the Universities' Mission to Central Africa By Gertrude Ward. Edited by Edward Francis Russell, M.A. London: Offices of the Universities' Mission to Central Africa, Where We Live and What We Do.

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