3 edition of Home missions of the Presbyterian Church in Manitoba and the North-West, June, 1885 found in the catalog.
Home missions of the Presbyterian Church in Manitoba and the North-West, June, 1885
Presbyterian Church in Canada. Synod of Manitoba and the North-West Territories.
|Series||CIHM/ICMH Microfiche series -- no. 32155|
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Presbyterian Church in Canada. Synod of Manitoba and the North- West Territories. Home missions of the Presbyterian Church in Manitoba and the North-West, June, [Winnipeg?: s.n.], (Winnipeg: McIntyre) (OCoLC) Material Type: Document, Internet resource: Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File: All Authors.
Get this from a library. Home missions of the Presbyterian Church in Manitoba and the North-West, June, [Presbyterian Church in Canada. Synod of Manitoba and the North-West Territories.]. Home missions of the Presbyterian Church in Manitoba and the North-West, June, [microform] Item PreviewPages: MANITOBA NORTHWEST—ANDTERRITORIESTHE REPORTOFHOMEMISSIONWORK INTHE SynodofManitobaandtheNorth-WestTerritories PRESENTEDTOTHE— [GENERALASSEMBLY, OF Home missions of the Presbyterian Church in Manitoba and the North-West.
by Presbyterian Church in Canada. Synod of Manitoba and the North-West Territories; Presbyterian Church in Canada. Synod of Manitoba and North-West Territories. Original data: The Baptist Year Book for Ontario, Quebec, Manitoba and the North-West o: T. Hill & Son, and Published By Authority Of The Baptist Denominational Societies, Reproduced courtesy of CIHM number: A, Reproduced courtesy of CIHM number: A The Baptist year book (historical number) for Ontario, Quebec, Manitoba and the North-West Territories and British Columbia () The Canadian emigrant being a.
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by William Sharpe MacTavish (page images at HathiTrust) Our gold-mine: the story of American Baptist Missions in India / (Boston: W. Corthell,c), by Ada C Chaplin (page images at.
Some very valuable material has come down, such as, for example, a lengthy "Sketch of the History of the Presbyterian Church in the High Bluff or Portage Plains Area," by Rev.
Murray, at one time the honored superintendent of missions for the Presbyterian Church in Manitoba. Missions -- Asia, Central. See also what's at your library, or elsewhere. Broader terms: Missions; Missions -- Asia; Asia, Central; Filed under: Missions -- Asia.
railway, the Presbyterian Church was well ready to cope with the new arrivals. In l, the formation of the Presbytery of Manitoba and the North‐West spelt a great measure of independence from the Home and Foreign Missions Committees in Toronto. Decisions could be made locally.
The Manitoba & North West, now absorbed by the CPR, passed through Birtle and Foxwarren, ten miles to the north east and the day when Fort Ellice ruled the plains was over.
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"Cover title: Presbyterian pioneer ministers. — The census of gives, in Manitoba, 14, Roman Catholics, 23, Church of England, 28, Presbyterians, 18, Methodists, and Baptists. The census of for the North-west Territories gives Romanists, Church of England, Presbyterians, Methodists, and Baptists.
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