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Out of the silence: Methodist women of Aotearoa, 1822-1985 ePub download

by Ruth Fry

  • Author: Ruth Fry
  • ISBN: 0908803001
  • ISBN13: 978-0908803002
  • ePub: 1933 kb | FB2: 1464 kb
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Methodist Pub (1987)
  • Pages: 242
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Out of the silence: Methodist women of Aotearoa, 1822-1985 ePub download

Out Of The Silence book.

Out Of The Silence book.

Publisher:Methodist Pub. Length:242 Pages.

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Methodist women of Aotearoa, 1822-1985. by Ruth Fry. Published 1987 by Methodist Pub. in Christchurch, . Internet Archive Wishlist. MLCS 92/16710 (D). The Physical Object.

FRY Ruth Out of the Silence Methodist Women of Aotearoa 1822-1985. An illustrated, biographical survey of Methodist women in New Zealand's past. ISBN0908803001 women, pioneers, teachers, missionary, public service, biography.

2 Ruth Fry, Out of the Silence, Methodist Women of Aotearoa 1822-1985, Christchurch, Methodist Publishing, 1987, . 09. 3 Leslie F. Church, More About the Early Methodist People, London, The Epworth Press, 1949, . OO. 4 Stanley Ayling, John Wesley, London, William Collins Sons & Company Lt. 1979, . 34.

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