4 edition of Missionary enterprise among the coloured people of the Maritime Provinces of Canada found in the catalog.
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Project Canterbury. Leaders of the Canadian Church Edited by Canon Bertal Heeney. volume two Toronto: Musson, pp.. JOHN HORDEN by The Ven. Archdeacon Faries Missionary at York Factory, Hudson's Bay. The Ven. Archdeacon Faries was born at Moose, and as a boy knew Bishop Harden and sat at his feet for instruction. Start studying Lecture 4 - English Colonies in an Age of Empire. Learn vocabulary, terms, and more with flashcards, games, and other study tools. Western Canada west of a line between Saskatchewan and Manitoba. Don W. Housknecht, E. 15, Phoenix, Arizona In of Ohio, the provinces of Manitoba, Ontario and Quebec, east of the St. Lawrence River and the Maritime provinces, Canada. Robert H. Jensen, Clay, Bellevue, Nebraska
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Publication date Pages: Missionary enterprise among the coloured people of the Maritime Provinces of Canada. [Halifax, N.S.?]: [publisher not identified], [?] (OCoLC) Material Type: Document, Internet resource: Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File: All Authors / Contributors: African Methodist Episcopal Church of Nova Scotia.
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THE APOSTLE OF METHODISM IN THE MARITIME PROVINCES OF CANADA. BY JOHN MACLEAN, PH. D., Author of "Canadian Savage Folk," "The Indians of Canada," "The Making of a Christian," &c., &c. HALIFAX, NOVA SCOTIA: THE METHODIST BOOK ROOM, The Maritime Provinces: A Handbook for Travellers ; a Guide to the Chief Cities, Coasts, and Islands of the Maritime Provinces of Canada Also, Newfoundland and the Labrador Coast.
Moses Foster Sweetser. Houghton, Mifflin and Company, - Labrador (N.L.) - pages. Full text of "William Black [microform]: the apostle of Methodism in the maritime provinces of Canada" See other formats labor among the colored people and died at Gren- ada th following year.
And thus passed away one who was esteemed as an eminently holy man, and William Black was bathed in tears. There are Maritimes and Atlantic Canada books in stock at the moment. No Jacket, Soft cover Book: A history of the Greek people in the Maritimes.
Part of the Peoples of the Maritimes series. These Impossible Women Years The Story of the United Baptist Woman's Missionary Union of the Maritime Provinces: Brunswick Press.
Entered service of Intercolonial Railway,and served apprenticeship in the shops and mechanical draughting PROMINENT PEOPLE OF THE MARITIME PROVINCES office; appointed Assistant Chief Draughtsman in charge of car work in ; Assistant Master Car Builder inand Master Car Builder in Within the church there are (60 William Black, marble tablets to the memory of these pioneers of the faith, who laid the foundations of Methodism in the maritime provinces, and in the Methodist Church at Amherst, Nova Scotia, there is a mem orial window to the founder of Methodism in these parts.
AT the close of the American War, a coloured man named David George, with many other people of colour and a large number of whites, came from the Southern States, and settled at Shelburne, N. A record of the organization of the Church there, its progress and dissolution, is contained in Rippon^s Register, Vol.
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Vivid and sometimes extremely outspoken, they contain much detail about his relations with fellow missionaries, Boers and Native chiefs, and about his own journeys into the interior; they afford new insights into his religious outlook, conceptions of missionary enterprise, scientific and linguistic interests, and medical knowledge.".
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Vivid and sometimes extremely outspoken, they contain much detail about his relations with fellow missionaries, Boers and Native chiefs, and about his own journeys into the interior; they afford new insights into his re li gi ou s o ut lo ok, conceptions of missionary enterprise, scientific and linguistic interests, and medical knowledge.".
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Raymond de Coccola was a missionary among these people for twelve years. While our work is intended specially as a life of Dr. Geddie, we have thought it proper to make it, at the same time, a history of the New Hebrides Mission.
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The rocky shores of what are now Eastern Canada and New England have been landed on and settled by Vikings and explorers sailing from Scotland, England and France. Original data: The Baptist Year Book of the Maritime Provinces of Canada.
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