From Forest Trail to City Street: The Story of the Presbyterian Church among the Maori People

By: Laughton, J. G.

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2" by 1/2" surface chip to upper margin of a front wrapper, where a signature has been heavily erased. Some fading to margins of wrappers. ; [ii], 100 pages. Printed paper wrappers. Page dimensions: 217 x 138mm. Printed by the Te Waka Karaitiana Press, Whakatane. A history of missionary activities in New Zealand. The first Christian service in New Zealand was held on Christmas Day 1814 in the Bay of Islands by Samuel Marsden and his "band of three artisan Missionaries" (page 4). Contents: Foreword; The First Thirty Years of the Story. 1814-1844; The First Fifty Presbyterian Years of the Story. 1845-1894; Another Thirty Years of the Story. 1895-1924; Thirty More Years. 1925-1954; Today and Tomorrow; A Chonology of the Maori Mission. ; 8vo

Title: From Forest Trail to City Street: The Story of the Presbyterian Church among the Maori People

Author Name: Laughton, J. G.

Categories: Other,

Edition: First Edition

Publisher: Christchurch, Presbyterian Bookroom, for the Maori Synod of the Presbyterian Church: (1961)

Binding: Softcover

Book Condition: Good+ with no dust jacket

Seller ID: 11641