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WOMEN MISSIONARIES

Part 1: Papers of the Women's Association for Foreign Missions, 1885-1930, (Church of Scotland) from the National Library of Scotland

"Women Missionaries promises to be an exciting new contribution to the growing field of Empire Studies. The wide range of rare primary source documents that make up the collection will prove an invaluable resource for researchers interested in the history of women, religion and empire."
Michelle Tusan, Assistant Professor in History, University of Nevada, Las Vegas

The papers of the Women's Association for Foreign Missions, 1885-1930, (Church of Scotland) cover a range of important issues:

  • Contact between European and native women.
  • Development of career opportunities for women.
  • Comparison with the activities of other female missionary organisations.
  • Detailed accounts of local situations.
  • Role of education and health in colonial development.


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