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The early years of the French Canadian Missionary Society l839-l850

Glen G. Scorgie

The early years of the French Canadian Missionary Society l839-l850

by Glen G. Scorgie

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Published by National Library of Canada in Ottawa .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • French Canadian Missionary Society -- Missions -- Microform.

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby Glen G. Scorgie.
    SeriesCanadian theses on microfiche -- 56174
    The Physical Object
    FormatMicroform
    Pagination3 microfiches (228 fr.)
    Number of Pages228
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL18631509M
    ISBN 100315082542

    Each society has maintained an important pillar of survival and a backbone of French Canadian identity before the ’s: language and faith. As historians in Quebec «discover» their forgotten relatives in the United States, they learn much about their own society, which has also undergone radical social changes in this century. Many French-Canadian patriots who fought the English regime in Canada in fled to VT after they were defeated by the Canadian army. I have not seen early population figures for other counties but following is an approximate count in VT counties having more than French-Canadians (all figures rounded to the closest ).

    Overall mission of the CCCF is to improve the quality of child care services for Canadian families through: facilitating networking; supporting initiatives that improve quality; and influencing child care policy frameworks and supporting research. Website contains projects, reports, the magazine Interaction, press releases, and fact sheets. Colonial and Continental Church Society fonds. — 26 cm of textual records. Administrative History: The Colonial and Continental Church Society began in as the “Society for Educating the Poor in Newfoundland”. When activities were extended to the mainland, the name was changed in to the “Newfoundland and British North America Society for Continued.

      Four years later, he decided to become a minister. He studied theology in New Haven and was ordained in The same year, he preached his first sermon in Stanstead. In , after prospecting tours into the Eastern Townships, he was invited to stay and received aid from the Canadian Missionary Society. 2 vols. Les Publications Audiovisuelles, /Gc B66m/ Information on people who died a tragic or violent death in Canada during the years , with an appendix on women who died in childbirth. Brunelle, Claude. Index for Drouin Microfilm Collection. Woonsocket, RI: American French Genealogical Society,


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Support to the French Canadian Missionary Society was also discontinued. From there, his sermons and writings greatly impacted Canadians in the post-World War II years. Throughout the early years, the C&MA in Canada was governed by the U.S.

Alliance. An autonomous Christian and Missionary Alliance in Canada came to a new direction during the founding Assembly held in Winnipeg in June Two years later the college would move to Springfield. In the fall of ministers working with the missionary society met to establish a newspaper; they formed the French Publishing Society and in November launched Le Semeur franco-américain, a weekly newspaper published in Ware.

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