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History of the Church Missionary Society by Eugene Stock – 4 Vols

Eugene Stock’s comprehensive History of the Church Missionary Society runs to 2,740 pages and 4 Volumes. My thanks to the Cambridge Centre for Christianity Worldwide for providing a set of these volumes to scan. These titles are in the pubic domain. Eugene Stock [1836-1928], The History of the Church Missionary Society. Its Environment, Its Men…

Nigeria

Thomas Birch Freeman, Son of an African

Thomas Birch Freeman [1806-1890] was a English Wesleyan Missionary to the Gold Coast of West Africa (Modern Benin, Ghana, Toga and Western Nigeria). His father was African and his mother English. The Evangelical Dictionary of Christian Missions notes that: Freeman was instrumental in starting churches and schools throughout two great African kingdoms, the Ashanti and…

Nigeria

Calabar and its Mission

Calabar is located in south southern Nigeria and was notable first as a centre for the West African slave trade and later for Christian missionary activity. Hugh Goldie provides a history of the missionary work carried out there up to 1890. The copy of the book kindly provided by Redcliffe College for scanning has an…