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Call# BX802 M57
Title Missions of the congregation of the Oblate of Mary Immaculate: English translations of sections discussing the indigenous people of Puget Sound, Georgia Strait, Johnson Strait, the Lower Fraser River and certain other locations in British Columbia in the 1860s through 1880s.
Author da Silva, Julie
Summary "The translations comprise letters and reports written by the Missionary Oblates of Mary Immaculate who lived and worked on Vancouver Island and throughout the Lower Mainland of British Columbia, and published in the Missions. Included are writings by Reverend Fathers Louis D'Herbomez, Leon Fouquet, Eugene-Casimir Chirouse, Charles Grandidier, Florimond Gendre, Francis Jayol, Paul Durieu, Charles Pandosy and Charles Marchal that, beginning in 1858, chronicle their work and experiences among the numerous aboriginal peoples of the Pacific Northwest. Included here are exerpts from volumes I (1862), III (1864), V (1865), IV (1867), IX (1870) and XII (1874)." taken from the provided translator's introduction, p. [1].
Object Name Unpublished manuscript
Subjects Oblate Missionaries
Pub Date 2003