Letters From Nigeria (Paperback)
When Nigeria became Independent in 1960, Secondary schools for girls were started in rural areas to educate girls. Graduate teachers were recruited from around the world. Elizabeth joined the Church Missionary Society (CMS) as a qualified teacher and went to teach at St Monica's Grammar School in Ondo, Western Region, Nigeria from 1965 to 1970. These letters written to her parents in the UK provide an interesting account of her life and work in West Africa including comments on Nigeria's political events at that time. She continued to work with CMS in Vining College, Akure until 1990. Letters sent from Vining College will be published in a second volume later.