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William CaseBoth George McDougall and his wife Elizabeth were heavily influenced by Peter White, a Methodist lay preacher in Upper Canada, and it was at one of his meetings that they Camp Meeting 1819converted to Methodism. McDougall worked as assistant to Reverend William Case, a Presiding Elder in Upper-Canadian Methodism and one of the founders of the mission operations among the Aboriginal populations in Canada. It was under Case that McDougall first worked as a missionary at Garden River and Rama, near Orillia, in present-day Ontario.







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