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A Warwai Ure Iesu Karisito, translation of Gospel stories into the Blanche Bay dialect, and Rev. Walker's, Reflections on the work of the missionary, written on his return from New Britain, PNG, 1927-1930 [microform]
Bib ID 3793934
Format ManuscriptManuscript, MicroformMicroform, OnlineOnline
Author
Walker, Francis Trafford
 
Online Versions
Access Conditions Available for reference. 
Description 1927-1930 
1 microfilm reel ; 35 mm. 
Series

PMB (Australian National University. Pacific Manuscripts Bureau) ; 1264.

Summary

A Warwai Ure Iesu Karisito, written by F. Trafford Walker (Principal), language revised by Apelis To Maniot (Head Tutor). This is a series of lectures in the Blanche Bay dialect setting out a complete narrative of the life of Jesus Christ. Reflections on the work of the missionary, incomplete, plus notes. Includes the following chapters: Rev. W.H. Cox, A superintendent of a circuit, Running a circuit, Working under a chairman, Quarterly meetings, Medical work, Handling disputes, Religious teaching and Other missions. Together with lecture notes.

Biography/History

Rev. Francis Trafford Walker and Mrs Emma M. Walker, his wife, travelled from Sydney to Rabaul on the SS Mataro in June 1925 to take up posts in New Britain with the Overseas Mission of the Methodist Church of Australasia. They were stationed at Kabakada, Watnabara and Vunairima.

Notes

Mrs Lois Balleine, Strathfield, Sydney.

Reproduction Microfilm. Canberra, A.C.T. : Produced for the Pacific Manuscripts Bureau, Australian National University. 1 microfilm reel. 
Index/Finding Aid Note Printed reel list available and on the Internet through http://rspas.anu.edu/pambu/ 
Subjects Walker, Francis Trafford -- Archives.  |  Tolai language -- Texts.  |  Missionaries -- Papua New Guinea -- Archives.
Time Coverage 1927-1930 
Occupation Missionaries.
Other authors/contributors Australian National University. Pacific Manuscripts Bureau
Also Titled

A Warwai Ure Iesu Karisito

Reflections on the work of the missionary

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