When Joseph Shanahan chose to work in Nigeria in 1902 it was still the white man’s grave. Most of the missionaries who preceded him had died within a year or two of arrival.He took a mission with 2000 Christians – mostly ex-slaves. When he died there were 200,000 Christians. A Nigerian bishop once said of him ” He was our St. Patrick “.
|Ref. No.:||Title & Year|
|Ref. 52||Night Flight to Uli 05.02.1969|
|Ref. 77||How many Miles to Hopeville 14.01.1973|
|Ref. 176||Crossroads in Nigeria 01.03.1982|
|Ref. 177||Carve my Name in Yoruba 08.03.1982|
|Ref. 226||He was our Patrick 19.12.1985|
|Ref. 416||Radharc in Retrospect: Night Flight to Uli 03.08.1997|