Journal of the Rev. George Champion. American Missionary in Zululand 1835-1839.


In 1834 the American Board of Commissioners for Foreign Missions decided that South Africa was a suitable field for American missionary enterprise.About the value of this book as an historical document one of its readers gave as his opinion:’The heroic efforts of an ardent soul to convey his Divine message to a barbarous people,his dealings with the savage king Dingaan and the behaviour of King and people towards him,provide the material for an absorbing history.

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H/b in nice clean printed boards,some very slight wear to corners and spine ends,in a illustrated and printed d/w,some markings and slightly hand-soiled.Size 9×6 pp XV+149,inc.index,notes to text,plates as reproduced lithogaphic sketches plus a reproduced portrait of the subject.Hinges strong.Binding tight (suggest unread) No foxing,staining or browning.Internally clean and bright throughout.


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