4 edition of The letters of Jane Elizabeth Waterston, 1866-1905 found in the catalog.
|Statement||edited by Lucy Bean and Elizabeth van Heyningen ; withan introduction by Elizabeth van Heyningen.|
|Series||Publications / Van Riebeeck Society. Second series -- 14|
|Contributions||Bean, Lucy., Heyningen, Elizabeth van.|
Jane Elizabeth Waterston, a Scottish teacher, was given the job of creating a facility for girls at the mission. She arrived in South Africa in January to work for Dr James Stewart. The Lovedale Girls' Institution opened on 23 August texts All Books All Texts latest This Just In Smithsonian Libraries FEDLINK (US) Genealogy Lincoln Collection. Books to Borrow. Top American Libraries Canadian Libraries Universal Library Community Texts Project Gutenberg Biodiversity Heritage Library Children's Library. See other formats.
South Africa Extracts from ed. Bean, L and Van Heyningen, E. () Letters of Jane Elizabeth Waterston, , facs., Letter to Dr Stewart, (2 pp) Letter to Mrs Stewart, 10 February , and Letter from Dr Stewart to Mrs Stewart, 10 May , facs. Photographic representations of Lovedale-trained mission women: Tause Soga. Jane Elizabeth Waterston, a Scottish teacher, was given the job of creating a facility for girls at the mission, she arrived in South Africa in January to work for Dr James Stewart. The Lovedale Girls' Institution opened on 23 August
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The Letters of jane Elizabeth Waterston – Cape Town: Van Ribeeck. The letters of Jane Elizabeth Waterston Edited by Lucy Bean and Elizabeth van Heyningen with an introduction by Elizabeth van Heyningen. Cape Town, Cloth. With plates. (12), pp. Van Riebeeck Society, 2nd series, - Jane Elizabeth Waterston ( ) was a Scottish teacher and the first woman physician in Southern Africa.
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(WATERSTON) Lucy Bean And Elizabeth Van Heyningen (eds) The Letters of Jane Elizabeth Waterston Van Riebeeck Society (Cape Town)  A Scotswoman, she went as a missionary to Africa – to the Cape – returning to Britain in to train as a doctor – first, for a short time, with Sophia Jex-Blake in Edinburgh and then as.
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Jane Waterson was a missionary in her. The Letters of Jane Elizabeth Waterston, (Van Riebeeck Society, ), p. EDITORIAL of Isidigimi Sama Xosa, the Lovedale isiXhosa newspaper, a post he held for a number of years.
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She worked there from to while attending night classes and from attended as a day scholar. Five years later she accompanied Mrs. Stewart when she went to Scotland.
They remained overseas for three years and when they returned Lettie became the wife of John Knox Bokwe (Waterston. Jane Elizabeth Waterston ( – 7 December ) was a Scottish teacher and the first woman physician in Southern Africa. Inspired by David Livingstone she trained to become a physician and missionary.
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1. The letters come from two locations: the Fowler family Papers are housed at the Mortlock Library of South Australiana, State Library of South Australia (MLSA) record number PRG34, and the copies of letters held by Rory Hope which are held at .