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George Smith. "CHAPTER I. CAREY'S COLLEGE 1761-1785." The Life of William Carey, D.D.: Shoemaker and Missionary. London: John Murray, 1885.
[added: December 4, 2003]
William Carey at Fifty
William Carey's Birthplace
Carey's "College," Hackleton
Carey's Cottage and School, Piddington
Birthplace of England's Foreign Missions, Kettering, 1885
First Mission House in North India, Dinajpoor
Danish Lutheran (now Anglican) Church, Serampore, 1885
Plan of Serampore on the Hoogli
The First Brahman Who Preached Christ
Carey's Christian VillageóBaptism in the Tank
Christian Villagers, Serampore
Krishna Chandra Pal, The First Convert
Henry Martyn's Pagoda, Aldeen
Sheev Temple, Serampore
The Serampore College
Native Divinity Students, Serampore College
Carey's Official Residence and Back of the College
[added: December 3, 2003]
Supporters of the Center
"Collection Gathered by Carey Faculty" (large jpg file)
The Cobbler 48/7 (December 2003):Masthead.
The Cobbler 48/7 (December 2003):1A.
The Cobbler 48/7 (December 2003):3A.
Written by the managing editor of the William Carey College student newspaper, The Cobbler, this is a two-page story about the growth of the Center's collection of materials.
[added: December 11, 2003]
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Created: December 3, 2003 Updated: December 3, 2003