The Legacy of Thomas Fowell Buxton

  title={The Legacy of Thomas Fowell Buxton},
  author={Andrew Finlay Walls},
  journal={International Bulletin of Mission Research},
  pages={74 - 77}
  • A. Walls
  • Published 1991
  • Sociology
  • International Bulletin of Mission Research
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Andrew Finlay Walls (1928–2021)
  • B. Stanley
  • International Bulletin of Mission Research
  • 2021
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