Missions & Missionaries

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Aborigines in Colonial Victoria 1835-86

Book Reviews
Author/Creator
K. R. Howe
Aboriginal History, vol. 4, no. 2, 1980, pp. 205-206
Description
Book review of: Aborigines in Colonial Victoria 1835-86 by M. F. Christie. To access review, scroll down to page 205.
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Alberta: How the West was Young

Web Sites » Organizations
Author/Creator
Heritage Community Foundation
Description
Explores province's early history using three themes: Archaeology and Pre-Contact, First Nations and Métis History, and Fur Trade and Mission History. Text with accompanying photos....
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All Saints Boarding School

Images » Photographs
Description
All Saints Boarding School in La Ronge, Saskatchewan. Run by the Anglican Church All Saints was built in 1920-21 under Archdeacon McKay's supervision.
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Along The Line. British Columbia

Archival » Archival Items
Description
Letter from Rev. G.F. Hopkins, dated 30 August 1888, relating to missionary experiences among the Aboriginal population of the Port Essington area of BC. Letter in The Missionary Outlook newsletter.
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Along The Line. British Columbia

Archival » Archival Items
Author/Creator
A. E. Green
Description
Letter from Rev. A.E. Green, 1 November 1887, relating to the exodus of Aboriginals from Metlakhatla [Metlakatla], BC, to Alaska, because of the Canadian Government's refusal to provide larger reserves and a treaty for payment for land surrendered. Letter in The Missionary Outlook newsletter.
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Along The Line. British Columbia.

Articles » General
Description
Letter from Rev. J. Calvert, dated 3 February 1885 from Ladner's Landing, relating to Ladner's Landing church construction once spring arrives, and the success of missionary meetings in the Parry Island area.
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Among the Chiglit Eskimos

Alternate Title
Les Grands Esquimaux
Occasional Publication (Boreal Institute for Northern Studies) ; no. 10
E-Books
Author/Creator
Émile Petitot
Occasional Publication (Boreal Institute for Northern Studies)
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Ancient Villages & Totem Poles of the Nisga'a

Web Sites » Organizations
Author/Creator
[Gingolx Media Centre]
Description
Website contains links to map, photographs of villages, ways of life, activities (includes video clips with transcripts), and teacher resources.
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Andeans and Spaniards in the Contact Zone: A Gendered Collision

Articles » Scholarly, peer reviewed
Author/Creator
Karen Vieira Powers
American Indian Quarterly, vol. 24, no. 4, Fall, 2000, pp. 511-536
Description
How Spanish colonialism at the end of the 16th century, changed the gender roles and relations, and sexuality of Indigenous men and women in Inca societies.
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Anglican Church at La Ronge

Images » Photographs
Description
Anglican Church at Lac la Ronge. Taken during the journey of Christina Bateman and Annie McKay from Prince Albert to La Ronge, SK in 1919.
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Anglican Church at Stanley Mission

Images » Photographs
Description
Side view of the Anglican Church at Stanley Mission (see also S-B581 and S-B583). This is the oldest building as of 2007 still standing in Saskatchewan. Taken during the journey of Christina Bateman and Annie McKay from Prince Albert to La Ronge, SK in 1919.
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Anglican Church at Stanley Mission

Images » Photographs
Description
Front view of the Anglican Church at Stanley Mission (see also S-B581 and S-B582). This is the oldest building as of 2007 still standing in Saskatchewan. Taken during the journey of Christina Bateman and Annie McKay from Prince Albert to La Ronge, SK in 1919.
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Anglican Church at Stanley Mission

Images » Photographs
Description
Anglican Church at Stanley Mission. This is the original steeple in 1919. Later it was considered unsafe and a new one was put up. This is the oldest building as of 2007 still standing in Saskatchewan. Taken during the journey of Christina Bateman and Annie McKay from Prince Albert to La Ronge, SK in 1919.
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Anglican Church History

Documents & Presentations
Description
A variety of articles dealing with the early history of the Anglican Church in Saskatchewan. Includes material on Emmanuel College, Rev. Archdeacon Mackay, the translation of the Bible from English to Cree, an article on a Cree-French and Cree-English Dictionary, biographical material on early missionaries and Churchmen as well as Diocesan histories.

Historical note:

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Anglican Residential Schools

Alternate Title
Mission and Justice Relationships
[Anglican Indian and Eskimo Residential Schools]
Web Sites » Organizations
Author/Creator
General Synod Archives
Description
Contains map showing locations of schools as well as links to the history of each institution.
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