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A History of Moravian Missions


Moravian Publication Office 1922

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A History of Moravian Missions, J. E. Hutton’s follow-up to A History of the Moravian Church, chronicles the birth of the modern mission movement, which can be traced back to Count Zinzendorf—the “father of modern missions.” Beginning in 1700 with the first Moravian missionaries.

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Key Features

  • Provides extensive history of the Moravian mission from 1700 to the twentieth century
  • Includes an epilogue by bishop Arthur Ward
  • Contains four separate parts


  • The Eighteenth Century Pioneers, 1700–1800
    • The Dreamer
    • The Voice in the Night
    • The Danish West Indies
    • Greenland
    • The North American Indians
    • The South American Indians
    • The Bush Negroes of Surinam
    • South Africa: The Hottentots
    • Labrador
    • The Jews
    • The Flying Scouts
    • Zinzendorf as Missionary Leader
    • The Count’s Successors
  • The Builders, 1800–1914
    • Jamaica: Or West Indies; Western Province
    • The West Indies; Eastern Province
    • Greenland
    • The North American Indians
    • Surinam
    • South Africa, West; Of the Hottentots
    • South Africa East; Or the Kaffirs
    • Labrador
  • The Modern Advance, 1848–1914
    • Nicaragua
    • Victoria
    • Western Tibet
    • The Leper Home at Jerusalem
    • Demerara
    • Alaska
    • California
    • North Queensland
    • East Central Africa: Nyassa
    • East Central Africa: Unyamwezi
  • Methods, Measures and Ideals
    • The System of Government
    • The Work of the Synods
    • The Synod of 1914; Or, Moravian Missionary Ideals

Product Details

  • Title: A History of Moravian Missions
  • Author: J. E. Hutton
  • Publisher: Moravian Publication Office
  • Publication Date: 1923
  • Pages: 550

About J. E. Hutton

J. E. Hutton (1868–1937) was an English Moravian minister and author. He pastored the Fairfield Moravian Church from 1922 to 1934.

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