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by Albert David Helser. Select Format: Hardcover. ISBN13:9780837126517.
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Education of primitive people. Includes an explanation of the projects taught in the Church of the brethren mission school at Garkidda, Nigeria. a presentation of the folklore of the Bura animists with a meaningful experience curriculum. by Albert David Hesler. Published 1934 in New York. 317 p. Number of pages.
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These stories are reproduced from Education of Primitive People: A Presentation of the Folklore of the Bura Animists With a Meaningful Experience Curriculum A. Helser. Despite the book's objectionable title, the intent of the author, Church of the Brethren missionary Albert Helser, was quite advanced at the time. The founder of the missionary school in Garkida, Dr. Helser incorporated existing Bura folk wisdom in the educational curriculum for Bura children instead of only using out-of-context Western material.