South American Missionary Society records, 1844-1919

South American Missionary Society records, 1844-1919

South American Missionary Society records, 1844-1919

Includes most of the material held in the SAMS archives for the period up to 1919. When originally founded in 1844, this Church of England-affiliated organisation was called the Patagonian Mission. This collection reproduces the minute books, reports from the mission field, articles and photographs on the geography, anthropology, natural history and economic development for the society's magazine, launched in 1867, as well as the journals of its Anglican founder, Captain Allen Gardiner, and two others of its missionaries, Edward Bernau and Adolfo Henriksen.

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Minutes of General Committee meetings

Minutes of General Committee meetings

The title pages of the first four vols. reflect the evolution of the Society's name from its beginning in 1844 to 1862, when the present form first appears.

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The South American missionary magazine

The South American missionary magazine

Covering the period 1867-1919 in 53 volumes, it is described on the title page of vol. 1 as a New series... Published on the first of January, March, May, July, September...

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Journals of missionaries & miscellaneous other documents

Journals of missionaries & miscellaneous other documents

This group of documents comprises the surviving journals of A.F. Gardiner, the Society's founder, and of two other missionaries, Adolfo Henriksen and Edward Bernau, together with some miscellaneous papers.

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