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1. Alberta Online Encyclopedia - Treaty 7 - Implications and Contentions - Missionary Activity
A brief description on missionary Activity
http://www.albertasource.ca/treaty7/contemporary/implications_missionary.html
 
2. Religion - The Women of Aspenland
Early missionaries the region such as Methodist Robert Rundle (1840s) were followed by missionaries of Aboriginal ancestry, such as...
http://www.albertasource.ca/aspenland/eng/society/religion.html
 
3. Missionaries
Missionaries, such as Methodist ministers John McDougall, Robert Rundle Roman Catholic, Oblate priest Father Lacombe...
http://www.abheritage.ca/volunteer/history/1905_missionaries.html
 
4. Pre 1870 - Ministry to the Aboriginal People
To latter your chief attention must be directed you must especially spend be spent for them." — Wesleyan Mission House, London March 11, 1840 Evangelizing to Aboriginal people their camps was...
http://www.albertasource.ca/methodist/The_Missionary/Pre_1870_Aboriginal.htm
 
5. Social Legacy
For many years, fur traders missionaries lived Western Canada by consent grace of Aboriginal peoples. Had latter decided that this presence was no longer welcome, it...
http://www.albertasource.ca/methodist/The_Missionary/Legacy_Social.htm
 
6. Student Text Resources - Missionaries Follow the Fur Trade
Many western Canadian trading places became missions. Father Lacombe was important among missionaries.
http://www.edukits.ca/francophone/en/elementary/infomania_text_exploration_missionaries.html
 
7. Nature's Law - Resources - Video

http://www.albertasource.ca/natureslaws/resources/resources_video5.html
 
8. The Coppermine Case - The Missionary Presence
Included these interactions were Catholic Protestant missionaries. Initially, Catholic Protestant missionary presence the Canadian Northwest developed largely to...
http://www.albertasource.ca/lawcases/criminal/coppermine/setting_missionary.htm
 
9. British Wesleyans
The first Methodist missionaries to Canadian West came directly from Great Britain. Governed from England, these first missionaries...
http://www.albertasource.ca/methodist/Own_Voices/British_Wesleyans.htm
 
10. Alberta's Francophone Heritage - The Missionary Oblates of Mary
The religious community of Oblates of Mary Immaculate was founded France by Eugène Mazenod 1816, with goal of evangelizing poor.
http://www.abheritage.ca/francophone/en/background/mission_oblats.html
 

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