From Slave Boy to Bishop Story of Samuel Adjai Crowther by John Milsome


From Slave Boy to Bishop Story of Samuel Adjai Crowther by John Milsome

From the Stories of Faith and Fame series - this title includes the stories of men and women who went all over the world with their Christian faith. Samuel Adjai Crowther (1809-1892) led an exciting and adventurous life. Born in a West African village, he was captured and sold as a slave. After a dramatic rescue he became a Christian. He travelled extensively, founding many Christian missions. He translated the Bible into Yoruba, and became the first black Anglican bishop.

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96 pages
Interest Age: 8-12


John Milsome
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Publication date

30th June 1987



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