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From missionaries to mountaineers
|Statement||by R.R. Jordan|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||195|
|LC Control Number||2010318699|
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From missionaries to mountaineers: early encounters with Nepal. [R R Jordan] -- "This book is a collection of extracts and information from books and articles written about Nepal by travellers and visitors over the centuries"--Preface.
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Frederic Baraga (–; United States); H. Ferdinand Augustin Hallerstein (–; China); K. Jožef Kerec (–; Malaysia, Makao, Hongkong. OCLC Number: Description: x, pages: frontispiece, plates, portraits ; 20 cm. Contents: Introduction / Walter Hughson --The Church and the mountain people / S.C. Hughson --The missions of the Blue Ridge / F.W.
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