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Canadian Anglican Resources


Indigenous Peoples and Anglicanism

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Individuals

David Anderson, 1814-1885

William James Armitage, 1860-1929

James Beaven, 1801-1875

Alexander Neil Bethune, 1800-1879

Hibbert Binney, 1819-1897

Henry Budd, first Indigenous Canadian priest

James Carmichael, 1835-1908

Philip Carrington, 1892-1975

Benjamin Cronyn, 1802-1871

Eugene Rathbone Fairweather, 1920-2002

Francis Fulford, 1803-1868

Isaac Hellmuth, 1820-1901

Hollingworth Tully Kingdon, 1835-1907

John Travers Lewis, 1825-1901

Robert Machray, 1831-1904

John Medley, 1804-1892

George Jehoshaphat Mountain

Cyril Hamilton Powles, 1918-2013

Robert John Renison, 1875-1957

Stephen James Reynolds, 1951-2011

Henry Roe, 1829-1909

Henry Scadding, 1813-1901

Allan Pearson Shatford, 1873-1935

Cuthbert Aikman Simpson, 1892-1969

John Strachan

Lewis Norman Tucker, 1852-1934

George Whitaker, 1811-1882

William Charles White, 1873-1960

Parishes

Church of the Ascension, Hamilton, Ontario


A Sermon Preached on Thursday, Nov. 29, 1759: Being the Day of Public Thanksgiving for the Success of His Majesty's Arms in Canada, and Taking of Quebeck.
By Edward Pickering Rich, M.A. of North-Cernry-House, Rector of Bagendon, in Gloucestershire.
London: Printed for the Author, 1759.

A Sermon Preached at Lambeth Palace, on Sunday, August 4, 1839, before the Most Rev. His Grace the Lord Archbishop of Canterbury, the Right Rev. the Lord Bishops of London, Chichester, and Nova-Scotia at the Consecration of the Lord of Bishop of Newfoundland, and the Lord Bishop of Toronto and Published by the Command of His Grace the Lord Archbishop.
By Edward Scobell.
London: J. Hatchard, 1839.

Church in the Colonies. No. III.
A Journal of Visitation in Nova Scotia, Cape Breton, and along the Eastern Shore of New Brunswick, by the Lord Bishop of Nova Scotia, in the Summer and Autumn of 1843.
London: The Society for the Propagation of the Gospel, 1846.

Church in the Colonies. No. XI.
Diocese of Fredericton.
An Account of the Laying of the Foundation Stone of the Cathedral in Fredericton, October 15, 1845.
London: The Society for the Propagation of the Gospel, February, 1846.

Report of a Mission to the Ottahwahs and Ojibwas on Lake Huron
By F. O'Meara
London: Society for the Propagation of the Gospel, 1846.

Church in the Colonies. No. XVIII.
A Journal of a Visitation in a Portion of the Diocese of Quebec,
By the Lord Bishop of Montreal, in 1846.
London: The Society for the Propagation of the Gospel, March, 1847.

Early Canadian Missionaries.
From The Colonial Church Chronicle and Missionary Journal, No. II, August, 1847, pages 61-66; No. VIII, February, 1848, pages 298-306; No. IX, March, 1848, pages 333-338.

The Journal of the Bishop of Montreal, during a Visit to the Church Missionary Society's North-West America Mission.
To which is Prefixed, by the Secretaries, an Introduction, Giving an Account of the Formation of the Mission, and Its Progress to August 1848.
By George Jehoshaphat Mountain.
London: Seeleys, 1849.

Second Report of a Mission to the Ottahwahs and Ojibwas on Lake Huron
London: Society for the Propagation of the Gospel, 1849.

The Magdalen Islands
From The Colonial Church Chronicle, and Missionary Journal, Vol. IV (November, 1850), pages 185-191.

The Rainbow in the North: A Short Account of the First Establishment of Christianity in Rupert's Land by the Church Missionary Society.
By Sarah Tucker.
London: James Nisbet, 1851.

The Seal of Apostleship
An Ordination Sermon Preached at St. Andrew's Church, Red River, on Sunday, December 22, 1850.
By David Anderson, D.D., Lord Bishop of Rupert's Land (1851)
[Sermon preached at the ordination of Henry Budd, first Native Canadian priest]

A Sermon preached at the Consecration of Christ Church Cathedral, Fredericton, N.B., August 31, 1853; by The Right Rev. Horatio Southgate, D.D. Late Missionary Bishop at Constantinople, and Rector of the Church of the Advent, Boston, Mass.

Attachment to the Church of God. A Sermon Preached in the Cathedral of St. James, Toronto, on Wednesday, October 12th, 1853, at the Visitation of the RIght Reverend the Lord Bishop of the Diocese of Toronto.
By Henry Patton, Rural Dean and Rector of Cornwall.
Toronto: Henry Rowsell, 1853.

The Sermon at the Consecration of Horatio Potter, D.D., to the Episcopate, Preached by Appointment, in Trinity Church, New-York, on Wednesday, November 22, 1854.
By Francis Fulford, Lord Bishop of Montreal.
New York: Church Depository, 1854.

A Narrative of Certain Circumstances Which Took Place at St. Paul's Church, Yorkville; to Which Are Appended All the Correspondence and Papers, Which Came to Hand during the Unhappy Discussion.
Toronto: H. Rowsell, 1856.

The Conditions of Christ's Presence with Church Synods.
A Sermon preached in the Cathedral of Quebec, Before the Meeting of the Clergy and Laity of the Diocese, On St. John Baptist's Day, June 24, 1858.
By J.H. Thompson, M.A.
Harrold Professor of Divinity in the University of Bishop's College, Lennoxville.
Quebec: Printed by William Stanley, St. John Street, 1858.

The Inaugural Address Delivered at the Opening of Huron College, London, Canada West, December 2, 1863.
By Charles Petit McIlvaine.
Philadelphia: Protestant Episcopal Book Store, 1864.

The Protest of the Minority of the Corporation of Trinity College against the Resolution Approving of the Theological Teaching of That Institution with An Appendix Containing the Opinions of the Five Canadian Bishops on the Same Subject.
London, Canada West: Dawson and Bro., Book and Job Printers, 1864.

On Turning to the East in Saying the Creeds.
By a Clergyman of the Diocese of Toronto.
Kingston, Ontario: J. H. Parnell, 1866.

Mission Life on the Labrador
From Mission Life, Vol. 1 (Sept. 1, 1866), pages 260-268.

Memorial Sketch of Frederick John Cookesley: Late Missionary in Labrador and Canada
By W. G. Cookesley
London: William Hunt and Company, 1867.

My First Year in Canada
By the Right Rev. Ashton Oxenden, D.D., Bishop of Montreal, and Metropolitan of Canada
London: Hatchards, 1871.

Little Pine's Journal: The Appeal of a Christian Chippeway Chief on Behalf of His People.
Toronto: Copp, Clark and Co., 1872.
Also published as "Work Amongst the Chippeway Indians" in Mission Life, Vol. III (1872), pages 696-709.

Extracts from the Journal of a Voyage to the Labrador in the Church Ship "Lavrock" in 1872.
By the Coadjutor Bishop of Newfoundland [James Butler Knill Kelly]
From Mission Life, Vol. IV (1873), pages 68-77.

A Bishopric for the Arctic Circle
From Mission Life , Vol. V (1874), pages 276-277.

The Gospel in the Regions Beyond, by Bishop David Anderson
A Sermon preached at the Consecration of the Bishops of Athabasca and Saskatchewan
London: Hatchards, 1874.

Dayspring in the Far West: Sketches of Mission-Work in North-West America
By M. E. Johnson
London: Seeley, Jackson and Halliday, 1875.

Family Prayers for the Use of the Cree Indians
Translated by J. A. Mackay
London: Society for Promoting Christian Knowledge, 1881.

Owindia: A True Tale of the Mackenzie River Indians, North-West America.
By Charlotte Selina Bompas
London: Wells Gardner, Darton & Co., 1886.

A Missionary Apostle.
A Sermon Preached in Westminster Abbey, Friday, August 12, 1887, on Occasion of the Centenary of the Consecration of Charles Inglis, D.D., First Bishop of Nova Scotia.
By William Stevens Perry, Bishop of Iowa.
London: no publisher, 1887.

Missionary Life in Newfoundland
By Mary M. Price.
From American Church Review, January, 1891; pp 156-181.

Colonial Church Histories
History of the Church in Eastern Canada and Newfoundland
By John Langtry, M.A., D.C.L., Rector of S. Luke's, Toronto, and Prolocutor of the Provincial Synod of Canada
London, Brighton and New York: Society for Promoting Christian Knowledge, 1892.

Manitoulin; Or, Five Years of Church Work among Ojibway Indians and Lumbermen, resident upon that Island or in its Vicinity.
By Harold Nelson Burden
London: Simpkin, Marshall, Hamilton, Kent & Co., 1895.

Twenty Years on the Saskatchewan, N.W. Canada
By the Rev. William Newton, Hon Canon of Saskatchewan
London: Elliot Stock, 1897.

Pioneer Church Work in British Columbia, Being a Memoir of the Episcopate of Acton Windeyer Sillitoe, D.D., D.C.L. First Bishop of New Westminster.
By the Rev. Herbert H. Gowen, F.R.G.S.
London: Mowbray, 1899.

The Life and Work of E.J. Peck among the Eskimos
by Arthur Lewis
New York: A.C. Armstrong, 1904.

Handbooks of English Church Expansion: Western Canada
By L. Norman Tucker
Toronto: The Musson Book Company, 1907.

An Apostle of the North
Memoirs of the Right Reverend William Carpenter Bompas, D.D.
By H.A. Cody, B.A.
London: Seeley, 1908.

Father Pat: A Hero of the Far West
By Mrs. Jerome Mercier, with a Preface by the Right Reverend John Dart, D.D. Bishop of New Westminster and Kootenay
Gloucester: Michin and Gibbs, 1909.

Life of Robert Machray, Archbishop of Rupert's Land, Primate of All Canada
By His Nephew, Robert Machray
Toronto: Macmillan, 1909.

The Church on the Prairie
By H. H. Montgomery, D.D.
[London:] Society for the Propagation of the Gospel in Foreign Parts, 1910.

Inasmuch: Sketches of the Beginnings of the Church of England in Canada in Relation to the Indian and Eskimo Races.
By Sydney Gould.
Toronto: 1917. [External link]

Sketches in Western Canada.
By Ernest Graham Ingham.
London: Hodder, 1939. [External link]

The Red Indians of the Plains: Thirty Years' Missionary Experience in the Saskatchewan
By John Hines.
London: SPCK, 1919.

John West and His Red River Mission
By William Bertal Heeney
Toronto: Musson Book Company, [1920]

Across the Prairie in a Motor Caravan: A 3,000 Mile Tour by Two Englishwomen on behalf of Religious Education.
By Frances Halton Eva Hasell.
London: Society for Promoting Christian Knowledge, 1922. [External link]

The Far and Furry North.
By the Rev. A.C. Garrioch.
Manitoba: no publisher, 1925.

A Heroine of the North: Memoirs of Charlotte Selina Bompas (1830-1917) Wife of the First Bishop of Selkirk (Yukon) with Extracts from Her Journal and Letters.
Compiled by S.A. Archer.
London: SPCK, 1929.

The General Synod of the Church of England in Canada.
Halifax: Committee on Statistics and State of the Church, 1949.

A History of the University of Trinity College, Toronto, 1852-1952.
Edited by Thomas Arthur Reed.
Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 1952. [External link]

Mutual Responsibility and Interdependence in the Body of Christ.
Toronto Anglican Congress, 1963.

The Impact of Tractarianism on the Maritimes.
By Canon Robert C. Tuck.

An Historical Sketch of the Diocese of Saskatchewan of the Anglican Church of Canada
By W. F. Payton.
Prince Albert: The Anglican Diocese of Saskatchewan, 1974.


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