Guido Verbeck, Missionary to Japan

William Elliott Griffis [1843-1928], Verbeck of Japan. A Citizen of No CountryGuido Herman Fridolin Verbeck [1830-1898] was a 19th Century Dutch Reformed Church missionary to Japan. Wikipedia provides a helpful summary of his life. My thanks to Redcliffe College for providing me with a copy of this book to scan. This title is in the Public Domain.

William Elliott Griffis [1843-1928], Verbeck of Japan. A Citizen of No Country. A Life Story of Foundation Work. Inaugurarted by Guido Fridolin Verbeck. Edinburgh & London: Oliphant, Anderson & Ferrier, 1901. Hbk. pp.376. [Download complete book in PDF]

Contents

Preface

  1. A Glance in Perspective
  2. The Koppel
  3. In The Land of Opportunity
  4. A Glance at Old Japan
  5. In Nagasaki: First Impressions
  6. Political Upheaval
  7. The Doors Opening
  8. The Revolution of 1868
  9. Trip to Osaka
  10. %
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