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Published by C. Murray & Co., South American Missionary Society .
Written in English


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Open LibraryOL23535614M
LC Control Number05016893
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Among the Indians of the Paraguayan Chaco a story of missionary work in South America. Author: W Barbrooke Grubb ; Gertrude Wilson ; South American Missionary Society. Among the Indians of the Paraguayan Chaco: a story of missionary work in South America. Told by W. Barbrooke Grubb, and his fellow-workers in the Chaco Mission of the South American Missionary Society. With a preface by the Right Rev. Waite Hockin Stirling. Edited by Gertrude Wilson. Among the Indians of the Paraguayan Chaco: a story of missionary work in South America. By W. Barbrooke (Wilfred Barbrooke) Grubb, ed. Gertrude Wilson and South American Missionary Society. Abstract. Mode of access: Internet. AMONG THE INDIANS OF THE PARAGUAYAN CHACO A Story of Missionary Work in South America, with a preface by The Right Rev. Waite Hockin Stirling D.D. First Bishop of the Falkland by Gertrude Wilson. Published: London, Stock Number: #/1. Price: R

Buy Among the Indians of the Paraguayan Chaco: A Story of Missionary Work in South America by Wilfred Barbrooke Grubb (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible orders. An Unknown People in an Unknown Land; An Account of the Life and Customs of the Lengua Indians of the Paraguayan Chaco, with Adventures and Experiences During Twenty Years' Pioneering and Exploration - W Barbrooke Grubb, Humphrey Tudor Morrey Jones - Häftad () | Bokus. As its title alludes, the book covers how American missionaries in South America interfered with the health and culture of nomadic folks in remote areas (hunted them, force them to settle on the mission and be rented out as heavy laborers or worse, get them to give up their rituals).4/5(11). The work of the Indian Missions in the Paraguayan Chaco and Southern Chile were maintained and developed, and that among the dying Yahgan race in the far south was at least preserved and consolidated, by removing it to Navarin Island.

A Church in the Wilds: The Remarkable Story of the Establishment of the South American Mission Amongst the Hitherto Savage and Intractable Natives of the Paraguayan Chaco Wilfred Barbrooke Grubb Seeley, Service & Company, - Indians of South America - pages. Among the Indians of the Paraguayan Chaco Chapter XII. At the request of the Committee of the South American Missionary Society, the whole has been carefully revised, extended, brought up to date, and cast into the form of a book. and has done much to diffuse a knowledge of the spiritual needs of South America, and of the work of the. A Scotsman, John Hay founded the Inland South America Missionary Union (ISAMU), a work serving the indigenous peoples of the Paraguayan Chaco. The hot, humid, feverish climate of the lowlands where the Davis family lived was grueling to endure, and again, Mabel Davis’ health began to deteriorate. Abstract. The Republic of Paraguay gained its independence from Spanish rule in , and after a short government by two consuls, the supreme power was seized, in , by Dr. José Gaspar Rodriguez Francia, who exercised autocratic sway as dictator till his death, Septem Dr. Francia’s reign was followed by an interregnum, which lasted till , when a National Congress.