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Missionaries arrive. They teach islanders reading and other skills.

By the time they returned home seventeen years later, the mission modelled success that was rare, if not unparalleled in Christianity. They had proven that, given the very small size of the New Hebrides, despite their remote location, islanders long viewed as incurable savages might be educated to live as missionaries themselves did in their own homeland.

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