Personal Histories (open)

Her work as the president of the United Church Women´s Group
his work during the crisis
personal history
personal history of education, Second World War, history of the Methodist mission
personal history of education, history of the Methodist Mission and the women´s fellowship in the Teop area
The consultant'slife and work as a teacher and government council member
Monologue, recorded by Ruth Saovana-Spriggs
his education, work on a plantation, work as a pastor and teacher, his brothers,sisters and children; his work as a music teacher, importance of music for children; change of culture, loss of respect today
his life as a teacher and a pastor, life in Taonita, language of Taonita, Bible school in Taonita, their stay at Kekesu, first missionaries, Second World war
Autobiography: family background, Second World War, education, work for the mission
his work during the crisis

Citation

Ruth Saovana Spriggs, Ruth Saovana-Spriggs, Jessika Reinig, Ruth Saovana Spiggs, and Ulrike Mosel (1994 - 2003). Item "Personal Histories (open)" in collection "Teop". The Language Archive. https://hdl.handle.net/1839/00-0000-0000-0008-16FC-F. (Accessed 2024-07-23)

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