by / on October 29, 2010 at 9:48 pm / in The Protestant Missions

Joseph Cook, the well-known Boston lecturer, visited Japan in1882.

Joseph Cook, the well-known Boston lecturer, visited Japan in 1882, and through interpreters addressed many large audiences. He was the first of the noted Christian speakers from abroad that have gone to Japan for such purposes, and his vigorous words attracted much attention. He was invited to speak in Kyoto by some prominent members of the Prefectural Assembly. Hiring a […]

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