1 edition of Alexander Murdoch Mackay, 1849-1890 found in the catalog.
Alexander Murdoch Mackay, 1849-1890
Getrude Ida Kuseka Kibwika Ssekabira
Includes bibliographical references (p. 110-111).
|Statement||Getrude Ida Kuseka Kibwika Ssekabira|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xii, 114 p. :|
|Number of Pages||114|
|LC Control Number||2012311438|
An illustration of a Bird's Eye View of the Kuruman in South Africa scanned at high resolution from a book by Robert Moffat printed in Map of part of southern Africa for the intelligence of the work of French missionaries, Engraving of Africans carrying sections of a boat for Alexander Murdoch Mackay ( – ) a Scottish. This latter is of interest as it must have been prepared soon after the "Partition of Africa" and shows Imperial British ast Africa Company, the Congo Free State and German Sphere of Influence. Alexander Murdoch Mackay () was a missionary in the area of presnt day Uganda from to his death, from malaria in
Engraving of Africans carrying sections of a boat for Alexander Murdoch Mackay ( – ) a Scottish Presbyterian missionary to Uganda, known as Mackay of Uganda. Henry Ward Beecher (June 24, – March 8, ) was an American Congregationalist clergyman, social reformer, and speaker, known for his support of the abolition of slavery. A.M. Mackay: Pioneer Missionary of the Church Missionary Society in Uganda: Mackay, A. M. (Alexander Murdoch); English: Missionaries: Abriss Einer Geschichte Der Protestantischen Missionen: Von Der Reformation Bis Auf Die Gegenwart: Ein Beitrag Zur Neueren Kirchen-Geschichte Hand Book of the General Missionary and Tract.
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Entwistle, 1 book Harrison, J. Mrs. gulfpbc.com | Missionary to Uganda. Born in Aberdeenshire, he studied at the Free Church training college for teachers, and in went to Berlin to acquire qualifications with an engineering firm. Inhaving read H.M. Stanley's book on [[David Livingstone]],* he changed his original intention about working in Madagascar and applied to the Church.
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(Alexander Murdoch), [ Book: ] Languages: Ganda. Alexander Gordon McKay (–), Canadian academic who specialized in Vergilian studies; Alexander Murdoch Mackay (–), Presbyterian missionary to Uganda; Alexander MacKay (fur trader) (–), business associate of fur trader Duncan Cameron; Alexander Grant MacKay (–), Canadian teacher, lawyer and provincial level.
Alexander Murdoch Mackay (), missionary, son of Alexander Mackay, LL.D., free church minister of Rhynie, Aberdeenshire, [Scotland], was born in the manse there on 13 Oct.
After receiving his early education from his father he entered the Free Church Training College for Teachers in Edinburgh in the autumn ofand.
Alexander Murdoch MacKay. The Wizard of the Great Lake: Alexander MacKay () was a pioneer missionary to Uganda.
He was the son of a Free Church of Scotland minister who had been encouraged to follow his father into the ministry. Instead MacKay was educataed as an engineer in Edinburg and Berlin. Uganda's White Man of Work: A Story of Alexander M. Mackay is a children’s biography of Alexander Murdoch Mackay (–90), a pioneering missionary to Uganda.
In Mackay answered a call of the Church Missionary Society to go to Uganda after King Mutesa I of Buganda told the explorer Henry Morton Stanley of his interest in receiving Christian missionaries. Mackay spent nearly 14 years. Alexander M. Mackay () was a pioneer engineer-missionary to Uganda.
Arrived in Zanzibar in ; he reached Uganda in Built miles of road to Uganda from the coast. Alexander Murdoch Mackay.
Missionary to Uganda. Alexander M. Mackay. Short biography. Mackay of. Alexander Murdoch Mackay () "Mackay of Uganda" Trivia. A bothy balled alludes to Rhynie thus: "at Rhynie I shure my first hairst".
The Station Hotel at Rhynie is mentioned in the sketch "The Will" by Scotland the What, the joke being that there is no railway station at Rhynie, " but they were aye hopin' for one." References. The Story of the Life of Mackay of Uganda Told for Boys is a biography of Alexander Murdoch Mackay (–90), a pioneering Scottish missionary to Uganda.
Written by Mackay’s sister, Alexina Mackay Harrison, and published in London inthe book was intended to inspire boys to follow Mackay’s example and devote their lives to service in Africa. It begins with a brief account of the.
First published A terriffic and inspiring biography of Presbyterian missionary and engineer Alexander Murdoch Mackay ( - ), who designed and brought the first steam- driven boat to Lake Victoria (think African Queen), and who died at the age of 41 as much from the chaotic despotism of Ugandan potentates as from malaria.
May 22, · MACKAY, ALEXANDER MURDOCH (–), missionary, son of Alexander Mackay, LL.D., free church minister of Rhynie, Aberdeenshire, was born in the in a use there on 13 Oct. After receiving hi early education from his father he entered the Free Church Training College for Teachers in Edinburgh in the autumn ofand distinguished.
Alexander Murdoch Mackay - the son of a Free Church minister, Mackay was educated at Aberdeen Grammar School followed by the Free Church Training College for Teachers in Edinburgh. He then studied while working for an engineering firm. As recreation, he translated a book on calculus and constructed an agricultural machine of.
Mar 16, · Free kindle book and epub digitized and proofread by Project Gutenberg. Der Held von Uganda: Leben und Wirken des Pioniermissionars Alexander Mackay - Free Ebook Project GutenbergFormat: Ebook. May 16, · Open Library is an initiative of the Internet Archive, a (c)(3) non-profit, building a digital library of Internet sites and other cultural artifacts in digital gulfpbc.com projects include the Wayback Machine, gulfpbc.com and gulfpbc.com The chronicle of the name MacKay begins with a family in the Pictish clans of ancient gulfpbc.com name is derived from the personal name Aodh, a cognate of Hugh.
The Gaelic form of the name is usually Mac Aoidh and in Inverness, the Gaelic form of the name MacKay is Mac Ai. "Nothing certain is known of the origin of the northern Mackays beyond the fact that they were early connected with. Mackay, A. (Alexander Murdoch), (1 title) Mackay, George Leslie, (1 title) MacKaye, Benton, (1 title) Mackenzie Mackenzie, Alexander, (1 title, plus subtopics) Mackenzie, Alexander, -- Juvenile fiction (1 title) Mackenzie clan (1 title) Mackenzie, Colin, (1 title) Mackenzie.
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Download and read online for free Philosophical Magazine and Annals of Philosophy 9 (New Series) by unknown /5(3).The translation was made in Buganda through the combined efforts of the missionaries of the Church Missionary Society of England and new Baganda Christian converts.
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