Missionary Bishopric for Algoma
From Mission Life, Vol. III (1872), pages 693-695.
Missionary Bishops: A Plea for Indians and Immigrants, Particularly in the Algoma District, being a Letter Addressed to the Right Reverend the Metropolitan of Canada, and the Bishops of Quebec, Toronto, Huron, and Ontario.
By Julius Anglicanus.
Toronto: Willing and Williamson, 1872. [external link]
Report of the Missionary Bishop of Algoma
By Frederick Fauquier
From The Journal of the Proceedings of the Provincial Synod of the United Church of England and Ireland in Canada, Eighth Session, Held in the City of Montreal, from Sept. 9th to Sept. 16th, inclusive in the year of our Lord MDCCCLXXIV with Appendix.
Quebec: Printed at the Daily Evening "Mercury" Office, 1874, pages 71-77.
Missionary Work among the Ojebway Indians
By Edward F. Wilson
London: Society for Promoting Christian Knowledge, 1886.
Life in Algoma, or, Three Years of a Clergyman's Life and Church Work in that Diocese.
By Harold Nelson Burden.
London: Society for Promoting Christian Knowledge, 1894. [External link]
By Lake and Forest: The Story of Algoma.
By Frances Awdry and Eda Green.
Kensington: privately published, 1909. [External link]
Pioneer Work in Algoma
By Eda Green
London: Society for the Propagation of the Gospel in Foreign Parts, 1915.