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Berger, Benjamin Lyle. “The Home of the Muse: Oblates and the Northern Life Museum,” For the Life of the World: The Missionary Oblates, Provincial Museum of Alberta.

Boucher, Romuald. “Les Archives Deschâtelets.” In Raymond Huel (Ed.). Western Oblates Studies 1: Proceedings of the First Symposium on the History of the First Symposium on the History of the Oblates in Western and Northern Canada.  Edmonton : Western Canadian Publishers, 1990.

Lacelles, Thomas. “Indian residential schools : survey of documents at Deschâtelets Archives.” Edmonton: Oblate Conference of Canada, 1991.

McCormack, Patricia and Ruth McConnell. “The Ethnology Oblate Collection at the Provincial Museum of Alberta.” In Raymond Huel (Ed.). Western Oblate Studies 2/Etudes Oblates De L'Ouest 2: Proceedings of the Second Symposium on the History of the Oblates in Western and Northern Canada. Edwin Mellen Press, 1992

Montmigny, Gaston J. “The Oblate Archives of Grandin Province, St. Albert, Alberta.” In Raymond Huel (Ed.). Western Oblates Studies 1: Proceedings of the First Symposium on the History of the First Symposium on the History of the Oblates in Western and Northern Canada.  Edmonton : Western Canadian Publishers, 1990.

Roberto, Claude. “Guide pour les archives des Oblats de Marie Immaculée, province d’Alberta-Saskatchewan.” In Raymond Huel (Ed.). Western Oblates Studies 1: Proceedings of the First Symposium on the History of the First Symposium on the History of the Oblates in Western and Northern Canada.  Edmonton : Western Canadian Publishers, 1990.

Oblates (General)

Ridley, David. “Church, Justice, and the Works of Mercy: The Missionary Oblates and Ministry for Justice.”

Oblates (Canada)

Levasseur, Donat. “La venue des Oblats de marie Immaculée en Amérique.” In Raymond Huel (Ed.). Western Oblate Studies 2/Etudes Oblates De L'Ouest 2: Proceedings of the Second Symposium on the History of the Oblates in Western and Northern Canada. Edwin Mellen Press, 1992

Pannekoek, F. “The Churches and the Social Structure in the Red River Area, 1818-1870.” Ph.D. dissertation, Queen's University, 1973.

Oblates (Western Canada)

“Homily Presented at Lac Ste. Anne, Alberta, 24 July 1991.” In Raymond Huel (Ed.). Western Oblate Studies 2/Etudes Oblates De L'Ouest 2: Proceedings of the Second Symposium on the History of the Oblates in Western and Northern Canada. Edwin Mellen Press, 1992.

Huel, Raymond. “Western Oblate History: The need for reinterpretation.” In Raymond Huel (Ed.). Western Oblate Studies 3: Proceedings of the Third Symposium on the History of the Oblates in Western and Northern Canada. Edmonton: Western Canadian Publishers, 1994.

Huel, Raymond. “The Oblates of Mary Immaculate in the Canadian North West: Reflections on 150 years of service, 1845-1995.” In Raymond Huel (Ed.). Western Oblate Studies 4: Proceedings of the fourth symposium on the history of the Oblates in Western and Northern Canada. Edmonton: Western Canadian Publishers, 1996.

Kosakiewicz, Frank. “Polish Oblate Ministry and Immigration in Alberta.” In Raymond Huel (Ed.). Western Oblates Studies 1: Proceedings of the First Symposium on the History of the First Symposium on the History of the Oblates in Western and Northern Canada.  Edmonton : Western Canadian Publishers, 1990.

Trottier, Alice. “Les oblats et la colonisation en Alberta.” In Raymond Huel (Ed.). Western Oblates Studies 1: Proceedings of the First Symposium on the History of the First Symposium on the History of the Oblates in Western and Northern Canada.  Edmonton : Western Canadian Publishers, 1990.

Oblate Biographies

de Mazenod, Eugene:

Kelker, Henriette. “A Mother’s Heart… Eugene de Mazenod’s Gift to the Oblate Congregation,”  For the Life of the World: The Missionary Oblates, Provincial Museum of Alberta.

Desrochers, Father Clement:

Kelker, Henriette. “Une Génération Spontanée: Father Clement Desrochers, o.m.i.: Animateur,” For the Life of the World: The Missionary Oblates, Provincial Museum of Alberta.

Ebner, Francis:

Berger, Benjamin Lyle. “Francis’ Ebner’s Oblate Charism: Life, Community, and Faith.”

Residential Schools

Carney, Robert. “Residential Schooling at Fort Chipewyan and Fort Resolution 1874-1974.” In Raymond Huel (Ed.). Western Oblate Studies 2/Etudes Oblates De L'Ouest 2: Proceedings of the Second Symposium on the History of the Oblates in Western and Northern Canada. Edwin Mellen Press, 1992.

Holst, Wayne A. “Native and Non-Native Voices on the Residential School Issues ad Historical Revisions: Writing between the Lines.” In Raymond Huel (Ed.).Western Oblate studies 5 : proceedings of the fifth Symposium on the History of the Oblates in Western and Northern Canada, Centre culturel franco-manitobain, Winnipeg, May 27-29, 1999. Winnipeg : Presses universitaires de Saint-Boniface, 2000.

Levaque, Yvon. “The Oblates and Indian Residential Schools.” In Raymond Huel (Ed.). Western Oblates Studies 1: Proceedings of the First Symposium on the History of the First Symposium on the History of the Oblates in Western and Northern Canada.  Edmonton : Western Canadian Publishers, 1990.

McNally, V. J. “Hope for the Future: Facing the Challenges of the New Millenium.” In Raymond Huel (Ed.).Western Oblate studies 5 : proceedings of the fifth Symposium on the History of the Oblates in Western and Northern Canada, Centre culturel franco-manitobain, Winnipeg, May 27-29, 1999. Winnipeg : Presses universitaires de Saint-Boniface, 2000.

Roberto, Claude. “Les relations des autochtones avec les communautés religieuses dans l’école residentielle d’Onion Lake (Alberta).” In Raymond Huel (Ed.).Western Oblate studies 5 : proceedings of the fifth Symposium on the History of the Oblates in Western and Northern Canada, Centre culturel franco-manitobain, Winnipeg, May 27-29, 1999. Winnipeg : Presses universitaires de Saint-Boniface, 2000.

Aboriginal and Métis Communities and the Oblates

“Apology Statement to the First Nations of Canada.” In Raymond Huel (Ed.). Western Oblate Studies 2/Etudes Oblates De L'Ouest 2: Proceedings of the Second Symposium on the History of the Oblates in Western and Northern Canada. Edwin Mellen Press, 1992

Foster, John E. “Le missionaire et le chef Métis.” In Raymond Huel (Ed.). Western Oblates Studies 1: Proceedings of the First Symposium on the History of the First Symposium on the History of the Oblates in Western and Northern Canada.  Edmonton : Western Canadian Publishers, 1990.

Payment, Diane. “Un apercu des relations entre les missionaires catholique et les métisses pendant le premier siècle de contact (1813-1918) dans l’ouest canadien.” In Raymond Huel (Ed.). Western Oblate Studies 3: Proceedings of the Third Symposium on the History of the Oblates in Western and Northern Canada. Edmonton: Western Canadian Publishers, 1994.

Roberto, Claude. “Quelques reflexions sur les relations entre les oblats, les populations autochtones et le gouvernement avant et après la signature des traits 6, 7, et 8.” In Raymond Huel (Ed.). Western Oblate Studies 4: Proceedings of the fourth symposium on the history of the Oblates in Western and Northern Canada. Edmonton: Western Canadian Publishers, 1996.

Sisters

Boily, Carole. “Les soeurs grises et les oblats: 154 ans de collaborations.” In Raymond Huel (Ed.).Western Oblate studies 5 : proceedings of the fifth Symposium on the History of the Oblates in Western and Northern Canada, Centre culturel franco-manitobain, Winnipeg, May 27-29, 1999. Winnipeg : Presses universitaires de Saint-Boniface, 2000.

Lemire, Marie. “Regards sur les soins de santé dans les territories du Nord-Ouest, 1867-1967.” In Raymond Huel (Ed.). Western Oblate Studies 3: Proceedings of the Third Symposium on the History of the Oblates in Western and Northern Canada. Edmonton: Western Canadian Publishers, 1994.

McGovern, Margaret. “Perspective on the Oblates: The experience of the Sisters of Providence.” In Raymond Huel (Ed.). Western Oblate Studies 3: Proceedings of the Third Symposium on the History of the Oblates in Western and Northern Canada. Edmonton: Western Canadian Publishers, 1994.

Oblate-founded Communities and Missions

MacKinnon, Joan. “Oblate House Chapels in the Vicariate of Athabasca Mackenzie.” In Raymond Huel (Ed.). Western Oblate Studies 2/Etudes Oblates De L'Ouest 2: Proceedings of the Second Symposium on the History of the Oblates in Western and Northern Canada. Edwin Mellen Press, 1992

Lac-La-Biche:

Huel, Raymond. “La mission Notre-Dame-des-Victoires du Lac La Biche et l’approvissionement des missions du nord.” In Raymond Huel (Ed.). Western Oblates Studies 1: Proceedings of the First Symposium on the History of the First Symposium on the History of the Oblates in Western and Northern Canada.  Edmonton : Western Canadian Publishers, 1990.

Maccagno, Thomas. “Mission Possible: The Lac La Biche Mission Historical Society.” In Raymond Huel (Ed.). Western Oblates Studies 1: Proceedings of the First Symposium on the History of the First Symposium on the History of the Oblates in Western and Northern Canada.  Edmonton : Western Canadian Publishers, 1990.

St. Albert:

“Father Lacombe Chapel.” Edmonton: Alberta culture, 1987.


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