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A Corner in India

  • Book
  • Mary Mead Clark
  • Panbazar, Gauhati, Assam (region); India (Land)
  • (1907) 1978

The American missionary Edwin Clark founded the first Baptist Church of Nagaland in 1872. In this book, his wife describes her life in Molung Kimong, the first Christian village in what is today Nagaland – where she received a visit from Adolf Bastian, the founderof the Berliner Völkerkundemuseum, in 1878. At the time, those who had not converted founded their own village.

Detailed information

Object type
Book
Involved Persons/Corporate Bodies
Mary Mead Clark
Period Produced
(1907) 1978
Exhibition Format
Original
Technique
Book
Dimensions
aufgeschlagen: 18,5 cm Höhe x 25 cm Breite
Places / Cultures
Panbazar, Gauhati, Assam (region); India (Land)
Exhibition Location
V07 Vitrine
Exhibition & Module
A07 (WAF 55) Naga Land - Voices from Northeast India / A07 (WAF 55) 04 Christianity
Persons / Corporate bodies
Clark, Mary Mead
Owner/Managing Institution
Roland Platz
Credits
Roland Platz
Inventory Number
Platz1
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