Congregational Library Exhibits
First line of text: "1817. Oct 30. Katherine Brown a young woman about 18 years of age appears to be..."
Annotations: "Extracts from the Brainerd Journal, respecting Catherine. 1818 and early in 1819" ; "No. 2."
manuscript, missionaries, missions, Native Americans
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…
19th century, 20th century, missions, statistics
students and teachers at a missionary school in Teheran, Persia (now Iran), ca. 1910
20th century, Iran, missions, Persia
first headquarters of the Woman's Board of Missions in Pemberton Square (now Government Center), Boston, MA, in use 1868-1873
19th century, Boston, missions
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…
20th century, Africa, missionaries, missions
entrance to a Chinese mission hospital
20th century, books, China, medical missions, missions
staff of the ABCFM missionary hospital in Pang Chuang, China, including native Chinese workers and Drs. (Mr. & Mrs.) Francis and Emma Jane Tucker
20th century, China, medical missions, missionaries, missions
Lecture on "Caring for the Baby", Nanking, China, a demonstration before school girls by a doctor and nurse in "China's Health Campaign"
20th century, China, medical missions, missions
Interior of an Armenian Protestant chapel constructed of sundried brick on a stone foundation.
Parishioners are seated on the floor, grouped by gender, and separated by a low railing.
19th century, churches, missions
American Board of Commissionersfor Foreign Missions
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This certifies thatLucy M. Harmonis the owner of one share in the NewMorning Star.
19th century, missions
Elias Boudinot portrait of Elias Boudinot, a Cherokee leader and student of the American Board school in Cornwall, Connecticut
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