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First published in 2001. This edition has had some material updated and has a replacement photograph.
This is the story of the Dundee mill girl who became a missionary in Calabar, a part of Africa known as 'the White Man's grave'. Her name lives on in the Mary Slessor Foundation, a charity working in Africa to improve health, skills training and facilitate agricultural projects.
The first woman to be depicted on a Scottish banknote, Mary Slessor was one of the most remarkable Scotswomen of any generation.
978 1 905267 86 6
234 x 154
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