Evangelism in Africa: Correspondence of the Board of Foreign Missions, 1835-1910 supports research in religious studies, African studies, women’s studies, international affairs and anthropology. Letters that served as reports from the field describe the indigenous peoples and cultures, tribal factionalism, cultural differences and mores, and the many problems and achievements of the work. The archive includes 39,986 pages of diaries, letters and other first-person accounts written between 1835 and 1910 that track missionary efforts across a continent. Documents in this archive were sourced from the Library of the Presbyterian Historical Society, Philadelphia.
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Board of Foreign Missions Correspondence and Reports, 1833-1911: Africa Mission