Missionary work of the Women"s National Indian Association and letters of missionaries. by National Indian Association. Missionary Committee.

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Published by The Association in Philadelphia .

Written in English

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  • National Indian Association, Missionary Committee.,
  • Oto Indians -- Missions.,
  • Ponca Indians -- Missions.,
  • Indians of North America -- Missions.

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LC ClassificationsE98.M6 N37 1885
The Physical Object
Pagination19 p. ;
Number of Pages19
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Open LibraryOL4612492M
LC Control Number77376329

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Missionary Committee. Created / Published Philadelphia: The Association, Subject Headings. The Women’s National Indian Association. Where to be Done. —The missionary work of the Women’s National Indian Association is to be done, with Government protection and aid, in tribes and portions of tribes where no mission work is being done by denominational societies or other missionaries, and the plan is to resign.

OCLC Number: Notes: Caption title. At head of title: Leaflets of the Women's National Indian Association. Includes a table from the Annual report of the Commissioner of Indian Affairs for Single women were eventually considered for missionary work as well. Early colleges for women, such as Mount Holyoke Seminary, sent young women to Turkey, Missionary work of the Womens National Indian Association and letters of missionaries.

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It is illustrated by six photographic plates from India and China. missions in North India. First of all, women’s work was well documented in literature.

women’s work, the relatives of missionaries born in the field represent only a small Letter Book. WOMEN MISSIONARIES. Part 1: Papers of the Women's Association for Foreign Missions,(Church of Scotland) from the National Library of Scotland The Church of Scotland decided to begin missionary enterprise in the s.

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London: James Nisbet,v–ix. Missionary teams became powerful and their style of work changed. By this time a new set of missionaries rooted in ‘the iconoclastic zeal of extreme Protestantism’ began to arrive.

These missionaries, soon through letters, reports and stories, created a very distorted image about the people and culture in India. The Baptist mission work in Bangkok had been opened by William Dean in the s, and the ministry was primarily aimed at Chinese people living there.

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Documenting the mission work among Native Americans, letters are presumably official in nature but often contain much personal comment and experiences. Although the mission would have preferred receiving ordained men, the male missionaries welcomed them in the anticipation that the young women would be valuable as visitors among Indian women and as assistants in the female seminary where Christian young women were being educated to become wives of Indian catechists and teachers.

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In Indiana, the society raised funds for the establishment of Methodist Hospital in. Regional mission societies for "home" work were operating by the s to help organize new churches, but not until was a national Board of Home and Foreign Missions elected and not until after the Civil War did the denomination have a national missionary department with a full-time secretary.

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These series were established by the. Six other missionaries were also sent to Calcutta. At that time the government in India and the East India Company were opposed to missions, and they were soon ordered to leave the country.

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Romans mentions Phoebe, a "servant of the church at Cenchreae" who likely delivered the letter to the Romans, a work of missionary service. Priscilla (or Prisca) and her husband Aquila also served as missionaries in various places (Romans ) and other women are mentioned in various serving roles in the Roman church (Romans 16).

Missionary work of the Catholic Church has often been undertaken outside the geographically defined parishes and dioceses by religious orders who have people and material resources to spare, and some of which specialized in missions.

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12/7/ The Voices from the Field series features leaders sharing their work and life stories, and highlights how United Methodist Women initiatives supported by your Mission Giving improve the lives of women, children and youth around the world. K.P. Yohannan has written a number of books in his efforts to gain funds to support missionaries in India.

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