Mary Bryson’s account of the life and work of James Gilmour [1843-1891] among the Mongols. My thanks to Redcliffe College for providing me with a copy to scan. This book is in the Public Domain. Mary Isabella Bryson [?-1913], The Story of James Gilmour and the Mongol Mission. London: The Sunday School Union, . Hbk….
This is the travelogue of James Gilmour [1873-1891] written in the course of his missionary work in Mongolia. My thanks to Redcliffe College who provided me with an original copy of the book to scan. This book is now in the public domain. James Gilmour [1843-1891], Among the Mongols. London: Religious Tract Society, n.d. Hbk….
I cannot think of the London Missionary Society without their work in the Pacific Ocean coming to mind. The transformation of the people of the Pacific Islands by the power of the Gospel was truly dramatic and accounts found their way into popular culture through such books as The Coral Island. Much of the information in R.M….
Richard Lovett’s biography of James Gilmour [1843-1891], missionary to Mongolia is now available on-line as a pdf. Note that there are several errors in the pagination of this book, giving the (incorrect) impression that there are pages missing. The text is complete as originally published. Richard Lovett [1851-1904], James Gilmour of Mongolia. London: Religious…