Western women in Eastern lands

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Women missionaries -- United States., Women in missionary work -- United States., Missions -- Asia., Missions -- Africa., Women missionaries -- Asia., Women missionaries -- Africa., Women in missionary work -- Asia., Women in missionary work -- Af

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United States., Asia., Af

StatementHelen Barrett Montgomery.
SeriesWomen in American Protestant religion, 1800-1930 ;, 20
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LC ClassificationsBV2610 .M6 1987
The Physical Object
Pagination286 p., [24] leaves of plates ;
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL2405284M
ISBN 100824006704
LC Control Number87036034

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