Catholic and Methodist missionaries in the Milne Bay Province of Papua New Guinea, 1930-80
This thesis is divided into four sections. The first focuses on the missionaries: who they were, the leaders under whom they worked, and how their labours succeeded. All white missionaries (except for a relative few in the Methodist Mission after 1968) were Australian, the Methodists predominantly middle class, the Catholics mostly from working class backgrounds. They brought with them aspects of the sectarian divide of their homeland. The period up to the mid-sixties was a time...[Show more]
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