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A Tour of the Missions

Observations and Conclusions

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Published: 1918
Language: English
Wordcount: 53,109 / 161 pg
Flesch-Kincaid Reading Ease: 62.1
LoC Categories: BS, GV
Downloads: 280
Added to site: 2008.12.09
mnybks.net#: 22813
Origin: gutenberg.org
Genres: Religion, Travel
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Laying the corner-stone of gateway to the new hospital 107

Country tour into the heart of Telugu-land, and open-air preaching to the natives 107

Vellumpilly, where 2,222 were baptized, and Sunset Hill, where Doctor Jewett prayed 109

Kavali, and the work of Mr. Bawden for a hereditary criminal class 110

Industrial education side by side with moral and religious 110

Nellore, our first permanent station in South India 111

Its high school, under Rev. L. C. Smith; its hospital, and its nurses' training-school 112

Mr. Rutherford, successor to Dr. David Downie, and Mr. Smith--all of them Rochester men 112

XI. THE DRAVIDIAN TEMPLES 115-124

The Dravidians are the aborigines of India 117

The Aryan conquerors appropriated their gods, and Siva married Kali 117

Massiveness and vastness characterize their temples, but also Oriental imagination and invention 118

The temple at Tanjore, with its court eight hundred by four hundred fe

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