Archives Unbound: Global Missions and Theology

This collection documents the broad range of nineteenth-century religious missionary activities, practices, and thought in the United States by reproducing pivotal personal narratives, organizational records, and biographies of the essential leaders, simple missionaries, and churches. Includes materials on missionary activities among Native Americans and African Americans, both slaves and freedmen, in addition to activities in far-flung regions and countries, such as Africa, Fiji and the Sandwich (Hawaiian) Islands, India, China, Southeast Asia, and Japan.

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Primary Sources and Archives