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Ludwig Krapf, missionary & explorer.

Charles Granston Richards

Ludwig Krapf, missionary & explorer.

by Charles Granston Richards

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Published by Macmillan, in association with East African Literature Bureau in London .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Krapf, J. L. -- 1810-1881,
  • Missions -- Africa, East,
  • Africa, East -- Discovery and exploration

  • Edition Notes

    Other titlesLudwig Krapf, missionary and explorer
    SeriesEarly travellers in East Africa
    ContributionsEast African Literature Bureau
    The Physical Object
    Pagination88 p. :
    Number of Pages88
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL22772199M

    By Didier S.S. Madzayo By the early ’s almost all of the epoch-making scientific expeditions to east Africa had been completed. East Africa’s explorers’ elite had been primarily with hair raising stories, most tantalizing geographical x-factor and the source of the Nile and since its quest was in many respects a race, the competitors did. Ludwig Krapf went back to Germany because of poor health. He took with him records of the work he had done. He died in Below is an image of Dr. Ludwig Krapf. Johannes Rebmann. He joined Krapf in and worked as a missionary among the Coastal people. He moved to Mount Kasigau in the interior and set up a mission post.

    Johann Ludwig Krapf (11 January – 26 November ) was a German missionary in East Africa, as well as an explorer, linguist, and traveler. Krapf played an important role in exploring East Africa with Johannes tion: German Missionary And Explorer. In book titles, it follows "Prozac" & "Fast Food" While in character as the African explorer Captain Spaulding, Groucho wore this type of distinctive helmet $ In missionary Ludwig Krapf sighted the 2 snow-capped peaks of this "national" mountain but did not climb it.

    a) Dr Ludwig Krapf. He was a missionary who was sent to Eastern Africa by the Church Missionary Society (CMS) of England. He established a mission station at Rabai near Mombasa. He was the first missionary to arrive in East Africa in Krapf and Rebmann learnt Swahili and translated Bible from English to Swahili. John Ludwig Krapf: The Explorer-missionary of Northeastern Africa. By Paul E. Kretzmann. Columbus, Ohio: The Book Concern, [External link] Fifty Years in Western Africa Being a Record of the Work of the West Indian Church on the Banks of the Rio Pongo By A.H. Barrow, M.A., Vicar of Billinghurst, Sussex London: SPCK,


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Ludwig Krapf, missionary & explorer. London, Macmillan, in association with East African Literature Bureau, (OCoLC) Named Person: J L Krapf; J L Krapf; Johann Ludwig Krapf: Material Type: Biography: Missionary & explorer.

book Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Charles Granston Richards; East African Literature Bureau. Other articles where Johann Ludwig Krapf is discussed: eastern Africa: Missionary activity: Johann Ludwig Krapf and Johannes Rebmann of the Church Missionary Society, who had worked inland from Mombasa and had, in the s and missionary & explorer.

book, journeyed to the foothills of Mount Kenya and Kilimanjaro, were followed by a British Methodist mission. Roman Catholic missionaries reached Zanzibar. Full text of "John Ludwig Krapf: the explorer-missionary of northeastern Africa" See other formats.

Krapf, J. (Johann Ludwig),Missions -- Africa, East Publisher Columbus, O.: The Book Concern Collection cdl; americana Digitizing sponsor MSN Contributor University of California Libraries Language EnglishPages:   The Life of Ludwig Krapf: The Missionary Explorer of East Africa Paperback – J by Paul E.

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Ludwig Krapf, missionary & explorer (Early travellers in East Africa series)Author: Charles Granston Richards. The legacy of Johann Ludwig Krapf, first Protestant missionary to East Africa, has long been a matter of discussion.[1] The First Book of Moses translated into the Galla Language.

Crischona. Ludwig Krapf, Missionary and Explorer. London: Macmillan, Photo source. Additional Physical Format: Online version: Kretzmann, Paul E. (Paul Edward), John Ludwig Krapf. Columbus, O.: The Book Concern [19] (OCoLC) At that time, although many travellers had explored large sections of the Dark Continent from the north, south, and west coasts, only two men had attempted to reach the interior from the eastern side.

These were two German missionaries of the Church Missionary Society, John Ludwig Krapf and John Rebmann.

Johannes Rebmann (Janu – October 4, ) was a German missionary and explorer credited with feats including being the first European, along with his colleague Johann Ludwig Krapf, to enter Africa from the Indian Ocean coast.

In addition, he was the first European to find Kilimanjaro. News of Rebmann's discovery was published in the Church Missionary Intelligencer in May Born: JanuGerlingen near Stuttgart, Germany.

The monument is named after Johann Ludwig Krapf, the renowned missionary, explorer and scholar born in in Germany. Dr Krapf studied at the famous Eberhard Karls University of Tübingen from Author: DIANA MUTHEU.

Travels, Researches, and Missionary Labors During an Eighteen Years' Residence in Eastern Africa Johann Ludwig Krapf Trübner and Company, - Africa, East - pages. Johann Ludwig Krapf ( – ) was a German missionary in East Africa, as well as an explorer, linguist, and played an important role in exploring East Africa with Johannes were the first Europeans to see Mount Kenya and also played a key role in exploring the East African coastline.

The monument is named after Johann Ludwig Krapf, the renowned missionary, explorer and scholar born in in Germany. Dr Krapf studied at the famous Eberhard Karls University of Tübingen from and graduated in Author: DIANA MUTHEU.

Johann Ludwig Krapf (11 January – 26 November ) was a German missionary in East Africa, as well as an explorer, linguist, and played an important role in exploring East Africa with Johannes were the first Europeans to see Mount Kenya and also played a key role in exploring the East African coastline.

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KRAPF, kräpf, Johann Ludwig (). A German missionary, explorer in British East Africa, and specialist in African linguistics. He was born at. There's no description for this book yet. Can you add one.

Subjects. Missions. 1 edition First published in Add another. Edition Read Locate Buy; 0. John Ludwig Krapf: the explorer-missionary of northeastern AfricaThe Book Concern Read Listen. Download Options. PDF; Plain text; ePub; MOBI; DAISY; Libraries near you: WorldCat. | Pioneer missionary to Kenya.

Born at Derendigen, near Tübingen where he received his education, he spent a short time in the Lutheran parish ministry before offering to the Anglican Church Missionary Society in After a frustrating six years in Abyssinia from which he was finally expelled, he transferred to Mombasa in Bible Support → e-Sword Downloads → More Categories → Raw Module Material → John Ludwig Krapf; Explorer-Missionary of NE ; Submitter.

LarryG View other files from this member. Follow @BibleSupport. File Information Submitted: Oct 08 AM Last Updated: Oct. The monument is named after Johann Ludwig Krapf, the renowned missionary, explorer and scholar born in in Germany.

Dr Krapf studied at the famous Eberhard Karls University of Tübingen from and graduated in Chapters 4 to 7 describe Rebmann’s missionary work in East Africa, initially with J. Ludwig Krapf and later with his wife.

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