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HMCSL HAWAIIAN LANGUAGE IMPRINTS |The Missionary Letters to the American Board of Commissioners for Foreign Missions (A.B.C.F.M.)

Below are the Hawaiian Mission Children's Society Library's Digitized Library Collections. If you would like to view the rest of the collections, contact archives@missionhouses.org for more information. 

Hawaiian Mission Children's Society Library (HMCSL) Hawaiian Language Imprints Collection

Image "N-1218 - Alphabet. Photograph "shows the first page of the first book printer by Elisha Loomis on the Mission press, January 1822.

The Hawaiian Mission Children's Society Library (HMCSL) Hawaiian Language Imprints Collection contains published titles in 'Ōlelo Hawaiian anywhere in the world between 1822-1899.

Only part of this collection is digitized. If you would like to view the rest of the collection, contact archives@missionhouses.org.

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Image "N-1218 - Alphabet. Photograph" shows the first page of the first book printer by Elisha Loomis on the Mission press, January 1822.

Missionary Letters to the American Board of Commissioners for Foreign Missions (A. B. C. F. M.)

The Missionary Letters to the American Board of Commissioners for Foreign Missions (A.B.C.F.M.) collection contains missionary letters from the Sandwich Islands Mission to the A.B.C.F.M. from 1819-1837. There are 8 volumes.

Only part of this collection is digitized. If you would like to view the rest of the collection, contact archives@missionhouses.org.

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