1 edition of Observations of persons and things in South Africa, 1900-1904 found in the catalog.
Observations of persons and things in South Africa, 1900-1904
Levi Jenkins Coppin
|Statement||by L. J. Coppin. Part second, chapter eleven--letters.|
|Contributions||Coppin, Levi Jenkins, 1848-1923.|
|LC Classifications||DT757.C69 A36, Microfilm 64501 DT|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||205, 210 p.|
|Number of Pages||210|
|LC Control Number||73180359|
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Get this from a library. Observations of persons and things in South Africa. [Levi Jenkins Coppin]. Coppin is remembered best for the influence he had upon the church as editor of the Review and for his work in Africa. See also African Methodist Episcopal Church. Bibliography. Coppin, Levi Jenkins.
Observations of Persons and Things in South Africa, – Part second, chap. 11 — letters. 1900-1904 book Philadelphia: A.M.E. Book Concern, A.M.E. Book Concern: Observations of persons and things in South Africa,also by Levi Jenkins Coppin and Levi Jenkins Coppin (page images at HathiTrust) A.M.E.
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GEU. 1 Coppin, Levi J., Observations of Persons and Things in South Africa, –, Volume II (Philadelphia: AME Book Concern, ), 2 Campbell, James T., Songs of Zion: The African Methodist Episcopal Church in the United States and South Africa (Chapel Hill: University of North Carolina Press, ), Author: Elisabeth Engel.
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Wayman and Charles Simpson Butcher (page images at HathiTrust). Letters from South Africa / By Levi Jenkins Coppin and Part 2. Observations of persons and things in South Africa Levi Jenkins Coppin. Abstract. Mode of access: Internet Topics: Coppin, Levi Jenkins, Observations of persons and things in South Africa, by Levi Jenkins Coppin (Book) The Levi Jenkins Coppin collection at Carnegie Library, Wilberforce University, Wilberforce, Ohio by Carnegie Library (Wilberforce University) (Book).
Salvation Army COUTTS, J. The Salvationists. London: Mowbrays, p. In Africa, p HISTORY of the Salvation Army. In his book Observations of Persons and Things In South AfricaLevi Jenkins Coppin expressed a deep faith that Africans in South Africa will not be overwhelmed by the historical experience of modernity: "The Native man, in the first place, is a philosopher The Native people are coming into a new life.
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in Colonial Africa, (Stuttgart, ). 2 David Killingray, “The Black Atlantic Mission-ary Movement and Africa, s–s,” Journal of Religion in Africa 33 (): 3 Sylvia M. Jacobs, “The Impact of Black American Missionaries in Africa,” in Black Americans and the Missionary Movement in Africa, ed.
Sylvia M. Jacobs. Levi J. Coppin, Observations of Persons and Things in South Africa, – (Philadelphia, ); and, Google Scholar Adelaide Cromwell Hill and Martin Kilson, eds, Apropos of Africa: Sentiments of Negro American Leaders on Africa from Author: Robert Gregg.
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