"To be Useful to the Whiteman and the Indian and the Country at Large": Constantine Scollen, Missionary-Priest, and Native-White Relations in the West, 1862-1885

Uses the work of Oblate Constantine Scollen to analyze historical interpretations of the relationship between missionaries and Indigenous people.
Michael Cottrell
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Historical Studies, vol. 66, 2000, p. [?]
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Indigenous or USask Creator
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Articles -- Scholarly, peer reviewed
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