Cannibals and Head-Hunters by Watson, Charles H

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A wonderful story of the triumphs of the gospel in the wild heathen lands of New Guinea, the New Hebrides, the Solomon Islands, Fiji, and other islands of the South Seas. It is a story that will thrill and inspire the heart, and increase the faith of the reader in the power of God manifested through the lives and work of the humble missionaries.

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A wonderful story of the triumphs of the gospel in the wild heathen lands of New Guinea, the New Hebrides, the Solomon Islands, Fiji, and other islands of the South Seas. It is a story that will thrill and inspire the heart, and increase the faith of the reader in the power of God manifested through the lives and work of the humble missionaries.

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Author Watson, Charles H
Publisher Review & Herald Publishing Association
Pages 287
Edition 1st
Binding Hard Back
Condition B+
Dustjacket No
Table of Contents

Introduction
Early Experiences
A Missionary Hero
A Reformed Mutineer
A Kingdom of Romance
The Building of the Messenger
The Voyage of the Messenger
Our Work Begun on Many Islands
Winning Cannibals on Fiji
Our Work on Fiji
In Perils of the Sea
Lawetz, the Resurected One
Great Success by Very Simple Means
In Peril Among Cannibals
Perilous Undertaking
Naomi
Evidences of Progress
First Efforts for the Big Nambus Cannibals
Among The Big Nambus People
Winning an Outlawed Cannibal
Early Days in New Guinea
A Hero Fallen
Wonders Wrought in New Guinea
New Territory Reached
A Journey to Efogi
Among the Mountain People
In the Solomon Islands
Peo
Pana
A School in Session on Gatakai
Saturday, Chief of Penjiku
Among the Wild Men of Choiseul
Jorovo of Telina
Poroku, A Wild Man of the Bush
Medical Missionary Work on Telina
Entering Bougainville
Power in the Name
Crowning Miracles

Copyright 1926
Year Printed 1926

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