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Accession #MC2012/4
TopicChristian Herald and Signs of Our Times, 1889,
TitleChristian Herald and Signs of Our Times
LocationRA (Rare Articles) Shelf (IS), Unit #8
CitationChristian Herald and Signs of Our Times, MC2012/4, Archives and Brethren Historical Collection, Funderburg Library, Manchester College, North Manchester, Indiana.
AccessResearchers are responsible for determining copyright status of archived materials where this is relevant to their intended use of the materials.
ProvenanceCollection of the Archives
Scope and Content

Christian Herald and Sign of Our Times, Vol XII, No. 7, 13 February 1889.  Some topics follow:

Helping the Indians, pg. 102.

Slaves Training for Missionaries, pg. 103.

A High-Cast Hindu Convert, pg. 103.

A Cold-Blooded Massacre is Reported from Hayti [Haiti], pg. 104.

An Oak-Tree Over a Thousand years Old, pg. 105.

Escaped From the Mormons. A Life Story: By Mrs. Stenhouse, pg. 109.

Christian Herald and Sign of Our Times, Vol XII, No. 8, 20 February 1889.  Some topics follow:

Portraits and Lives of Dr. Krapf and Mr. A. M. MacKay, the Missionaries to Equatorial Africa.

The Uganda Mission Martyrs.

The Literature of the Dust, Dr. Talmage's Sermon Last Sunday Morning.

Escaped From the Mormons. A Life Story: By Mrs. Stenhouse, continued.

Christian Herald and Sign of Our Times, Vol XII, No. 8, 20 February 1889.  Some topics follow:

Portrait and Life of General Ernest Boulanger, and Picture of the Eiffel Tower in the Centennial Exhibition.

Issues of the Christian Herald and Sign of Our Times continue through 18 December 1889. It is not know if this set is complete.

 

 

 

Date of Accession04 January 2012
Bio History Note

These publications were found in the collection of the Archives.  They are not published by the Church of the Brethren but might have had a place within the library of North Manchester College.

North Manchester College was founded by Professor David Howe and opened its doors to students 5 November 1889.  President Howe had been principal of the Roanoke Classical Seminary and Normal School, Roanoke, Indiana, an institution operated by the United Brethren.  Howe began his position  as principal at Roanoke in 1884 until he he moved  the school and his dreams to North Manchester (1889).

Archivist NoteDescription prepared 4 January 2012 by Jeanine M. Wine.
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