Garenganze, or, Seven years' pioneer mission work in central Africa /
by Fred. S. Arnot ; containing twenty illustrations, and an original map prepared by the Royal Geographical Society.
3rd ed. / with introduction by Dr. A.T. Pierson.
London : J.E. Hawkins, [1889]
x, 276 pages : ill., maps (1 folded) , 22 cm
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Long Description
Frederich Stanley Arnot was among the first of the Plymouth Brethren to take the gospel to Africa in the late 19th-century missionary expansion across the Kalahari desert, opening Protestant missions in Barotseland, Angola and Katanga in the 1880s.
Table of Contents
On the way to the Zambesi (July 1881 to August 1882)
among the Barotse (August 1882 to May 1884)
from the Zambesi to Benguella (May 1884 to May 1885)
from Benguella to Garenganze (June 1885 to February 1886)
stay in Garenganze (February 1886 to February 1888)
the Garenganze kingdom and people
return journey (March to September 1888)
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