Title: Geschiedenis van het zendingswerk op de ...
Publisher: De Hope College Drukkerij
Publication Date: 1872
Binding: Soft cover
Book Condition: Good
De Hope College Drukkerij, Holland, 1872. Anderson, Rufus, D.D., L.L.D. Softcover, rare calf binding, in green cloth & cardboard case. 305 pages. Language: Dutch. Condition: GOOD. Age wear and some spotting on cover, slightly cracked in upper left corner. Titlepage stained, with some mold damage. Other pages in good condition, worn around edges, some with blue ink stains. --- Rufus Anderson (1796–1880) was an American minister who spent several decades organizing overseas missions. He traveled to the Hawaiian Islands in 1863 and, after retiring in 1866, described the trip and the history of the missions in Hawaii in this book. --- ***FREE Domestic shipping. ***. Bookseller Inventory # ABE-11410716017
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