The Heritage Centre produces a series of subject guides giving an in-depth look at the records in our collection.
At present six guides are available.
Subject Guide 1: Denotified Tribes
A guide to The Salvation Army's work with Denotified Tribes in India, historically referred to as 'Criminal Tribes'
Subject Guide 2: Officer records
A guide to tracing records of Salvation Army ministers, known as officers
Subject Guide 3: Migration
A guide to The Salvation Army's work in assisting emigration in the twentieth century
Subject Guide 4: Criminal Law Amendment Act
A guide to The Salvation Army's involvement in the 'Maiden Tribute of Modern Babylon' campaign and the Eliza Armstrong trial
Subject Guide 5: Wars and conflict
A guide to The Salvation Army's activities during wars and international conflict
Subject Guide 6: Women in Ministry
A guide to The Salvation Army's attitude towards female ministry and the experiences of female officers
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