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The Romance of the Black River.The Story of C.M.S. Nigeria Mission
F. Deaville Walker [1878-1945]

London: Church Missionary Society, 1931. Hbk. pp.267.






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F. Deaville Walker, The Romance of the Black River

Contents

1 - The Cry of the Slaves
2 - The Discovery of the Great Black River
3 - With the Niger Expedition of 1841
4 - The Call From Abeotuka
5 - Planting the Mission in the Egba Capital
6 - The Church Established in Abeokuta
7 - A Decade of Expansion and Progress
8 - A Voyage up the Niger and Tshadda
9 - Crowther Founds the Niger Missions
10 - A Period of Trouble and Disappointment
11 - Lagos Becomes the Mission Headquarters
12 - "The Black Bishop"
13 - The Niger Mission Reinforced By White Missionaries
14 - Reorganisation and Progress
15 - "The Central Sudan"
16 - Nigeria in Transition
17 - Mission Activities
18 - The Task Before Us

Index

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