Now you are my brother: Missionaries in British Columbia (Sound heritage series) ePub download
by Margaret Whitehead
- ISBN: 0771882750
- ISBN13: 978-0771882753
- ePub: 1338 kb | FB2: 1162 kb
- Language: English
- Publisher: Sound and Moving Image Division Ministry of Provincial Secretary and Govt. Services, Provincial Archives, Province of British Columbia; 1st edition (1981)
- Pages: 92
- Rating: 4.3/5
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A Victorian Missionary in British Columbia. Now You Are My Brother. Missionaries in British Columbia. Provincial Archives, Sound Heritage Series N° 3. oogle Scholar. Ottawa: National Museum of Man Publication in History N° . Vayda, Andrew & McCay, Bonnie (1975).
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Whitehead, Margaret, 1937-. Publication, Distribution, et. Victoria, . Sound and Moving Image Division Ministry of Provincial Secretary and Govt. Services, Provincial Archives, Province of British Columbia, (c)1981. Physical Description: iv, 92 p. : ill. maps, ports. 27 cm. Title: Sound heritage series ; no. 34. General Note: Caption title.
British Columbia is the westernmost province of Canada. Originally politically constituted as a pair of British colonies, British Columbia joined the Canadian Confederation on July 20, 1871. Perhaps the most influential historian of British Columbia has been Margaret Ormsby; in British Columbia: A History (1958) she presented a structural model that has been adopted by numerous historians and teachers. Chad Reimer says, "in many aspects, it still has not been surpassed"
The missionaries of British Columbia have often been viewed with prejudice or jaundice, among other emotions .
The missionaries of British Columbia have often been viewed with prejudice or jaundice, among other emotions, a phenomenon common to groups whose efforts cause widespread cultural change. This issue of the Sound Heritage Series portrays missionary influence on the Indian population by presenting the memories of those who proselytized and those who were converted. Now You Are My Brother, as with previous issues, seeks to complement the historical record through oral sources; missionary activity is represented through a wide yet selective range of reminiscences.