Authors

J. M. McCaleb

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In this memoir of his childhood in central Tennessee, missionary John Moody (J.M.) McCaleb recalls the joys and sorrows of growing up in the rural United States in the post-Civil War era. McCaleb (1861-1953) was a Churches of Christ preacher who, with his wife Dorothy, engaged in missionary work in Japan (1892-1941), before returning to the US where McCaleb taught on Eastern religions at Pepperdine College. The book (undated, but inscribed in 1919) also includes hand-drawn illustrations.

Publication Date

1919

Publisher

Self published

City

Kinkodo, Tokyo

Disciplines

Arts and Humanities | Christianity | Religion

Comments

See also the Finding Aid for the J.M. McCaleb Papers housed at Pepperdine University Libraries' Special Collections and University Archives.

Memories of Early Days

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