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Lettres reçues d'Océanie par l'administration générale des pères maristes pendant le généralat de Jean-Claude Colin

Author: Charles Girard; Jean-Claude Colin
Publisher: Paris : Karthala ; Rome : Société de Marie (Pères Maristes), 2009-2010.
Edition/Format:   Book : Letter : French : Éd. critiqueView all editions and formats
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Written by the first Catholic missionaries to work in the western Pacific, the letters, were sent by the Marist missionaries back to the general administration of the Marist Fathers, based in Lyons, France. Transcribed by Charles Girard, a Marist Catholic priest, the records offer insights into the daily lives, cultures and beliefs of indigenous islanders, as well as the attitudes, challenges and experiences of the  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Records and correspondence
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Lettres reçues d'Océanie par l'administration générale des pères maristes pendant le généralat de Jean-Claude Colin.
Paris : Karthala ; Rome : Société de Marie (Pères Maristes), 2009
(OCoLC)642425028
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Charles Girard; Jean-Claude Colin
ISBN: 9782811101848 2811101845 9782811101855 2811101853 9782811101862 2811101861 9782811101879 281110187X 9782811101886 2811101888 9782811101893 2811101896 9782811101909 281110190X 9782811101916 2811101918 9782811101923 2811101926 9782811101930 2811101934
OCLC Number: 370359852
Notes: Written by the first Catholic missionaries to work in the western Pacific, the letters, were sent by the Marist missionaries back to the general administration of the Marist Fathers, based in Lyons, France. Transcribed by Charles Girard, a Marist Catholic priest, the records offer insights into the daily lives, cultures and beliefs of indigenous islanders, as well as the attitudes, challenges and experiences of the missionaries. The letters describe in extensive detail the way people lived and worked in New Zealand, New Guinea, Solomon Islands, Vanuatu, New Caledonia, Wallis, Futuna, Tonga, Fiji and Samoa.
Description: 10 volumes : illustrations ; 25 cm
Contents: V. 1. 1836-1841 --
v. 2.1842-1843 --
v. 3. 1844-1845 --
v. 4. 1846 --
v. 5. 1847 --
v. 6. 1848-1849 --
v. 7. 1850 --
v. 8. 1851-1852 --
v. 9. 1853-1854 --
v. 10. Compléments et index.
Responsibility: [réunies par] Charles Girard.

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Written by the first Catholic missionaries to work in the western Pacific, the letters, were sent by the Marist missionaries back to the general administration of the Marist Fathers, based in Lyons, France. Transcribed by Charles Girard, a Marist Catholic priest, the records offer insights into the daily lives, cultures and beliefs of indigenous islanders, as well as the attitudes, challenges and experiences of the missionaries. The letters describe in extensive detail the way people lived and worked in New Zealand, New Guinea, Solomon Islands, Vanuatu, New Caledonia, Wallis, Futuna, Tonga, Fiji and Samoa.

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