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pp. 1-1

Title Page

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pp. 2-2

Copyright Page

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pp. 3-3

Table of Contents

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pp. iii-vi

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Foreword

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pp. vii-xiii

In 1916, following the defeat of the Germans, the Anglo-French ad hoc administration expelled the German Pallotine and Sacred Heart missionaries from Cameroon. The future and fate of the former German Pallotine and Sacred Heart missions...

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Chapter One: Introduction

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pp. 1-100

Over the centuries, missionaries have made frantic efforts in Africa to plant the cross and bring its inhabitants under the yoke of Christ. However, due to a lack of consistent reinforcement over time, these sporadic attempts left behind negligible results...

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Chapter Two: Shisong Christian Village

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pp. 101-216

“Eastward from Kumbo wends a road; it crosses the river, Row-Kumbo, runs up the ridge of Tiy-Menkan, skirting Tahyav peak that looms on the left. The visitor after trekking on this road, for forty minutes or so, over bank and bourn; comes...

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Chapter Three: The Christian Village of Njinikom

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pp. 217-312

The village of Njinikom is one of many settlements in the Kom kingdom in the Bamenda Grassfields of the present-day North West Region in Cameroon. In the Bamenda Grass Fields, the Kom kingdom occupies an area of about...

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Chapter Four: The Baseng Christian Village

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pp. 313-379

The Bakossi people occupy an area of more than 3,000 square kilometres on the slopes of the Bakossi Mountains, Mount. Kupe, Mount Mwanenguba and Mount Nlonako, in the Republic of Cameroon. Traditionally farmers, hunters and anglers...

Appendix

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pp. 381-395

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pp. 397-409

Back Cover

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pp. 426-426