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Old Time Student Volunteers; My Memories of Missionaries

By Trumbull, Henry Clay

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Title: Old Time Student Volunteers; My Memories of Missionaries  
Author: Trumbull, Henry Clay
Language: English
Subject: Missionaries, Religion, Missions
Collections: Sacred and Theological Works Collection
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Publisher: New York, Chicago Fleming H. Revell Co.


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STH BIB RECORD NOTIFICATION UPGRADE; Plans for world-conquest in Napoleon's time: Samuel Nott, Jr. What a boy saw in the face of Adoniram Judson -- Near the Footprint of Adam in the footsteps of Jesus: Benjamin C. Meigs -- Hope for The uttermost parts of the earth: Daniel Poor -- Lexicographer, educator, and missionary: Dr. Miron Winslow -- Working for missions among Christian children: Dr. John Scudder -- A pioneer missionary to the Sandwich Islands: Hiram Bingham -- Shining brightly in the Dark Continent: Robert Moffat -- In the Holy Land and Constantinople: William Goodell -- A helper of other missionaries: Isaac Bird -- A modern missionary before the Areopagus: Jonas King -- Walking by faith, not by sight: Aldin Grout -- From Jerusalem Jews to Turkish Muhammadans: Josiah Brewer -- Called to the land of the Siamese twins: William Dean -- Missionaries among the Nestorians: Justin Perkins; Thomas Laurie -- An illustrator of the fifth gospel: Dr. William M. Thomson -- A godly mother's gift to missions: S. Wells Williams; W. Frederic Williams -- Physician, missionary, and diplomat: Dr. Peter Parker -- A praying mother's missionary son: Samuel R. Brown -- Among Fiji cannibals: James Calvert -- From the orient to the Orient: Henry J. Van Lennep -- Influencing three continents and the islands of the sea: Cyrus Hamlin -- Giving help to all: Samuel Wolcott -- The patriarch of West African missions: Albert Bushnell -- A cedar of Lebanon: Simeon H. Calhoun -- At a haven of ships: David Trumbull -- Securing a Christian college to China: Andrew P. Happer -- An American from China to Chinese in America: William Speer -- A Bible-house builder in the Levant: Isaac G. Bliss -- A voice for Christ in India and America: John W. Dulles -- Knowing and showing Chinese social life: Justus Doolittle -- Going down into Egypt: Gulian Lansing -- Another missionary son of a missionary: Luther H. Gulick -- Instead of the fathers-thy children: Hiram Bingham, Jr. A reminder from a Christian Brahmin: Narayan Sheshadri -- Notable missionaries not called missionaries -- Missionaries compared with other men -- What have foreign missions done for us?

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