Women's Work in the Long 19th Century

 

Teaching at an Angolan Mission -- Works Cited

 

 

Arnott, Nellie.  “Kamundongo No. II.”  Mission Studies 24 (May 1906): 134-136.

 

Berman, Edward H. “African Responses to Christian Mission Education” African

Studies Review 17.3 (1974): 527-54.

Bryant, Marsha, ed. Photo-Textualities: Reading Photographs and Literature. Newark: U Of Delaware Press, 1996.

Darling, Nellie Jane Arnott Papers, 1905-1943, BANC MSS 92/901 z.  Bancroft Library, U of California, Berkeley.

 

“Editorial Notes:  Re-enforcement for Bailundu.” Missionary Herald 104 (June 1908): 261.

 

Henderson, Lawrence W.  The Church in Angola:  A River of Many Currents. Cleveland,

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Hill, Patricia R. The World Their Household:  The American Woman’s Foreign Mission

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Hutchison, William R. Errand to the World: American Protestant Thought and Foreign Missions. Chicago: U of Chicago Press, 1987.

“Miss Arnott’s School.” Mission Studies  27 (November 1909): 344-45.

“19th Century White Missionaries.” Chapter  4, The Story of Africa:  Christianity. BBC World Service.  http://www.bbc.co.uk/worldservice/africa/features/storyofafrica/8chapter4.shtml.

Pratt, Mary Louise. Imperial Eyes: Travel Writing and Transculturation. 1st ed. London:  Routledge, 1992.

Robbins, Sarah. “Woman’s Work for Woman: Gendered Print Culture in American Mission Movement Narratives,” Women in Print: Essays on the Print Culture of American Women from the Nineteenth and Twentieth Centuries. Ed. James P. Danky and Wayne A. Wiegand. Madison: U of Wisconsin Press, 2006. 251-80.

Romero, Patricia, ed. Women's Voices on Africa: A Century of Travel Writings. Princeton: Markus Wiener Publishing, 1992

 

Soremekun, Fola.  “A History of the American Board of Missions in Angola 1880- 
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Stimpson, Sarah. Letter to Miss [Kate] Lamson, August 3, 1909. ABCFM Papers, 15.5: Southern Africa. Women’s Board, Vol. 2:  Rhodesia, West Central Africa, Zulu, 1900-1914, Documents and Letters, A-Z. Reel 215, Pitts Theology Library, Emory University.

Stover, Helen.  “What I Do and What I Should Like to Do.”  Mission Studies 30 (February 1912): n.p.

Tucker, John T.  Angola:  Land of the Blacksmith Prince. London, New York and Toronto:  World Dominion Press, 1933.

Wexler, Laura.  Tender Violence. Chapel Hill:  U of North Carolina Press, 2000

 

 

Teaching at an Angolan Mission -- Image Citations

 

“Map of Africa.” Nellie Jane Arnott Darling Papers, 1905-1943; Bancroft Library, University of California, Berkeley; BANC MSS 92/901 z; Box 3.

 

“In typoia.”  Nellie Jane Arnott Darling Papers, 1905-1943; Bancroft Library, University of California, Berkeley; BANC MSS 92/901 z; Box 3.

 

“Annual Meeting Kamundongo, 1909.”  Nellie Jane Arnott Darling Papers, 1905-1943; Bancroft Library, University of California, Berkeley; BANC MSS 92/901 z; Box 3.

 

“Miss Stover with Bailundo children.” Nellie Jane Arnott Darling Papers, 1905-1943; Bancroft Library, University of California, Berkeley; BANC MSS 92/901 z; Box 3.

 

“Boys and girls in school at Bailundo.” Nellie Jane Arnott Darling Papers, 1905-1943; Bancroft Library, University of California, Berkeley; BANC MSS 92/901 z; Box 2.