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Re-thinking Missionsa laymen's inquiry after one hundred years byThe Commission of AppraisalWilliam Ernest Hockingchairman Harper & Brothers PublishersNew York and London1932

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a chart detailing the changing numbers of indigenous workers associated with missions of the American Board of Commissioners for Foreign Missions during the late 19th and early 20th centuries

Subtitle reads: "The term "indigenous workers" includes…

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a chart detailing the changing numbers of missionaries working through the American Board of Commissioners for Foreign Missions during the 19th and early 20th centuries

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students and teachers at a missionary school in Teheran, Persia (now Iran), ca. 1910

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caption reads: "Dr. Gurubai Karmarkar, Bombay, India with Mohammedan patient"

Mrs. Gurubai Karmarkar attended the Women's Medical College in Philadelphia, PA while her husband studied at Hartford Theological Seminary beginning in 1888. They…

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These women of Ahmednagar, India were converted Christian evangelists and educators within their community.

They are pictured with American missionaries -- and sisters -- Anna (Mrs. Robert M.) Woods and Katie (Mrs. Robert Allen) Hume, daughters of…

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Is Japan Destinedto take a place amongChristian Nations? Read Otis Cary'sabsolutely impartialand fascinating work A HISTORY OFCHRISTIANITYIN JAPANin two volumes Vol. I. A History of Roman Catholic and Greek Orthodox…

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Otis Cary was a third-generation missionary born in Hokkaido, Japan to Ellen and Otis Cary Jr.. He spent his early years there before the family returned to the United States. After attending Amherst College and Yale University, Cary joined the U.S.…

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caption reads: "Miss Carter with Inanda Seminary Girls"

Inanda Seminary was founded by American missionaries in 1869 and is still operating in the 21st century. It was the first high school for African girls.

Minnie Esther Carter served as a…

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entrance to a Chinese mission hospital