The role of London Missionary Society : Samoan Missionaries in the evangelisation of the South West Pacific 1839-1930
BETWEEN 1839 and 1930, 416 Samoans left their homeland as agents of the London Missionary Society to convert into Christians the indigenous people of the following places: Rotuma, New Hebrides, Loyalty Islands, New Caledonia, Niue, Tokelau, Ellice Islands (Tuvalu), southern Gilberts (Kiribati), Phoenix Island, Fiji (Suva and Levuka), Saipan and Papua New Guinea. This thesis draws on sources in Samoan and other Pacific languages not previously translated. to describe the process...[Show more]
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