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dc.description.abstractLetters written 1852 - 1880 and transcribed from microfilm reels 1-12 of the American Board of Commissioners for Foreign Missions (ABCFM), regarding protection of missionaries hoping to live among the Gilbertese on various islands, for the purposes for converting them to a Christian way of life. The letters also discuss the crafts and customs of the Islanders, wars, murders and massacres at length.-
dc.subject.otherKiribati, Gilbert Islands, Kingsmill Islands, Taritari, Makin, Strongs Island, Caroline Group, Beru, Abiang, Tarawa, Knox Island, Apaia, Abemama, Butaritari, culture, religion, customs, murders, Boston Mission correspondence, ABCFM, American Board of Commissioners for Foreign Missions-
dc.titlePart II/1 Group "A": 13. Boston Mission Correspondence: from American Board of Commissioners for Foreign Missions microfilms and other sources.en
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