Description:Very Good in Missing jacket. Clean, tight 8vo, 223pp. Good...Very Good in Missing jacket. Clean, tight 8vo, 223pp. Good reading copy with a map and 24 illustratons. Tips, head and tail of spine mildly bumped. F.o. name penned on half title. How unimaginably difficult it must have been for the wives of the British missionaries that went to untamed foreign countries to convert people who were perfectly happy with their own religions. A story of the adventures-and loneliness-experienced by the wife/fellow worker of the late Henry Martyn Rogers, Missionary Priest, at Tristan da Cunha.
Description:Very Good+ Wear to extremities. Binding not tight, slightly...Very Good+ Wear to extremities. Binding not tight, slightly separated in places. Previous owner's name and ship to title page; One of the few books about Tristan de Cunha, a tiny island in the Mid-Atlantic. Author Rogers and her late husband had been missionaries there; B&W Photographs; 8vo; 223 pages.
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