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Prophetic Identities

Indigenous Missionaries on British Colonial Frontiers, 1850-75

By Tolly Bradford

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Format: Hardback, 236 pages
Other Information: 5 b&w photos, 3 maps
Published In: Canada, 25 April 2012
This book will appeal to students and scholars of indigenous studies, colonialism and empire, Christian missions, and Canadian and African history.

Table of Contents

Preface Introduction: Indigenous Missionaries, Identity, and the Colonial Frontier Part 1: Journeys to Ordination 1 From "Orphan" to "Settler": The Making of the Reverend Henry Budd 2 From Wars to a Prophet: The Making of the Reverend Tiyo Soga Part 2: Lives 3 Alienated and Connected: Finding Positions 4 "Placed in very special circumstances": Defining Themselves 5 Advocate and Adviser: Spreading Their Word Part 3: Legacies 6 Henry Budd's "Great Transformation": A Cree Village Community 7 "The Destiny of the Kaffir Race": A Xhosa National Community Conclusion: Indigeneity and Empire Notes Bibliography Index

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An absorbing account of how two missionaries, on opposite sides of the world, found in Christianity a way to forge an identity both modern and indigenous.

About the Author

Tolly Bradford is an assistant professor of history at Concordia University College of Alberta in Edmonton.

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Tolly Bradford is among very few historians to compare the spread of British colonization and mission Christianity in nineteenth-century North America and Southern Africa. This thoroughly researched and well-written book examines what it meant to be indigenous and Christian at a time of violent and exploitive European colonial conquest and portrays indigenous missionaries Henry Budd of western Canada and Tiyo Soga of the Eastern Cape as active agents with minds of their own. -- Timothy J. Stapleton, Professor of History, Trent University

EAN: 9780774822794
ISBN: 0774822791
Publisher: University of British Columbia Press
Dimensions: 22.9 x 15.2 centimetres (0.46 kg)
Age Range: 15+ years
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