1905 MORAVIAN MISSION LABRADOR ESKIMO HISTORY SIGNED TOMLINSON HOPEDALE TRADER

THE FALL OF TORNGAK
OR
THE MORAVIAN MISSION
ON THE COAST OF LABRADOR
BY
THE REV. J. W. DAVEY

WITH TWENTY ILLUSTRATIONS AND MAP

LONDON
S. W. PARTRIDGE & Co.
AND
MORAVIAN MISSION AGENCY
1905
FIRST EDITION

This is the scarce first edition of this history with an interesting provenance.

Chapter Titles:
The Country; The People; Language, Food, and Dress; Native Dwellings; Occupation; Methods of Transport; Before the Dawn; "Come Over and Help Us"; Treachery; A Time of Reflection; The "S.F.G." [the Society for the Furtherance of the Gospel amongst the Heathen]; "I Heard a Voice"; Good Impressions Confirmed; A Sine qua non; A Personal Appeal; Negotiations with the Government; Mikak at Home; Negotiations with the Natives; Establishment of Nain; Preparing for Action; Pro bono publico; The Angakok, or Voices in the Dark; Rifts in the Cloud; 24. Kingminguse, the Sorcerer; Sidelights on the Mission; Native Testimony; Establishment of Okak and Hopedale; . A Marvellous Escape; Early Fruits of the Mission; Awakening at Hopedale; Angukualak's Vision; "Ye Shall Know Them by Their Fruits"; Expedition to Ungava Bay; The Jubilee; Establishment of Hebron; Eskimo Music; "Strengthening the Stakes"; Establishment of Zoar and Ramah; Across the Border; A Settler's Station;
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