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About the author:
Titus Coan
1801-1882

Titus Coan was a Christian missionary and explorer from New England. He was associated with the revivals going on in the United States of America during the early 1800's. After a six month trip to what is now Argentina where he lived with a savage tribe for 3 months, he accepted the calling to go to the Hawaiian Islands as a missionary. He remained there the rest of his life. Not long after he arrived in the Islands he was used mightily by God during what was known as the "Great Awakening" of the native population to Christianity. During the "Great Awakening" he became the pastor of what is believed to be the largest church gathering in the world at that time. (7000+) He also had a facination for the live volcanos on Hawaii island and wrote many reports in scientific journals on the subject.

Adventures In Patagonia
 

Authored by Titus Coan
Introduction by Rev Henry M. Field

Originally published in 1880. Titus Coan tells his adventurous story of his missionary life and labors in Patagonia (now predominantly Argentina) while living with a savage tribe. He paints a vivid picture of the land, indigenous people and their culture in the early 1800's. Book was written by him in his later life mostly from his journals but also contains add-ons of subsequent missionary efforts in the area as well. The Introduction written by Rev. Henry M. Field is in itself a short revealing biography into the life of Titus Coan, the man, missionary and explorer who later spent the rest of his life ministering to native Hawaiians in the Islands.

This edition has been produced using restored flowing text from an original and is NOT a "Scan Copy."


Publication Date:
2016-08-06
ISBN/EAN13:
1536916188 / 9781536916188
Page Count:
212
Binding Type:
US Trade Paper
Trim Size:
5.5" x 8.5"
Language:
English
Color:
Black and White
Related Categories:
Religion / Christianity / History / General




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