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Solomon Stevens Burleson

James Lloyd Breck

Henry Budd, first Indigenous Canadian priest

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William Hobart Hare

John Horden

Jackson Kemper

George Jehoshaphat Mountain

Isaac O. Stringer

George Thorneloe

Thomas Vincent

Online Texts

The Anglican Church in the North West: An Historical Bibliography, compiled by Mr. Bruce Russell (2002-2004)

A Journal of an Episcopalian Missionary's Tour to Green Bay, 1834, by Jackson Kemper

Letters of Henry Budd [external link]

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.

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 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]

Children Instead of Fathers: A Christmas Ordination Sermon, Preached at St. John's Church, Red River, On Sunday, December 25, 1853.
By David Anderson, D.D. Lord Bishop of Rupert's Land.
London: Thomas Hatchard, 1854. [Preached at the diaconal ordination of James Settee, early Cree catechist and missionary.]

A Month among the Indian Missions and Agencies on the Missouri River, and in Minnesota and Wisconsin. New York: American Church Press, 1872.

Little Pine's Journal: The Appeal of a Christian Chippeway Chief on Behalf of His People.
Toronto: Copp, Clark and Co., 1872.

Niobrara. Sermon Preached at the Consecration of William Hobart Hare, S.T.D., As Missionary Bishop of Niobrara By Right Rev. Henry B. Whipple, D.D. at St. Luke's Church, Philadelphia on January 9th, 1873. Philadelphia: M'Calla & Stavely, 1873.

First Annual Report of the Missionary Bishop of Niobrara. William H. Hare, September 30, 1873.

The Gospel in the Regions Beyond, by David Anderson
A Sermon preached at the Consecration of the [first] Bishops of Athabasca and Saskatchewan (1874)

Second Annual Report of the Niobrara League of New York, a Branch of the Woman's Auxiliary to the Board of Missions. 1873-1874.
New York: American Church Press Printing Company, 1874.

Testimony to the Love of Jesus: The Last Words to His Friends of the Rev. Paul Mazakute, the First Dakota Presbyter of the Protestant Episcopal Church.
[No place:] The Dakota League of Massachusetts, 1874.

A Statement of Samuel D. Hinman, Presbyter and First Missionary to the Dakotas.
[No place:] Printed by Friends of the Mission, 1879.

Metlakahtla and the North Pacific Mission of the Church Missionary Society
By Eugene Stock
London: Church Missionary House, 1880.

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

The Hydah Mission, Queen Charlotte's Islands.
An Account of the Mission and People, with a Descriptive Letter from the Rev. Charles Harrison.
London: Church Missionary House, [c. 1884]

Missionary Work among the Ojebway Indians
By the Rev. Edward F. Wilson
London: Society for Promoting Christian Knowledge, 1886.

"The Apostle of the Indians of Guiana"
A Memoir of the Life and Labours of the Rev. W.H. Brett, B.D., For Forty Years a Missionary in British Guiana
By the Rev. F.P.L. Josa, Rector of Holy Trinity, Essequibo
London: Wells, Gardner, Darton and Co., 1887.

Letter to the Oneidas
By Bishop Charles Chapman Grafton (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.

Bishop Whipple as a Mediator for the Rights of the Indians in Treaties
By General John B. Sanborn. An Address on October 14, 1901.

The Work of Bishop Whipple in Missions for the Indians
By the Hon. Charles E. Flandrau. An Address on October 14, 1901.

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

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

The Navajo Indian Hospital, Fort Defiance, Arizona: Where is the hospital, and How is it supported?
By Fanny Schuyler.
Text from typescript draft dated New Rochelle, October 22, 1908, courtesy of the Archives of the Episcopal Diocese of New York.

The Life and Labors of Bishop Hare: Apostle to the Sioux.
By M.A. DeWolfe Howe
New York: Sturgis & Walton Co., 1911.

The Late Rev. Joseph A. Gilfillan
By Anson Rogers Graves.
From The Living Church, December 13, 1913, p. 225

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

The Good Shepherd Mission to the Navajo, Formerly Known as "The Hospital of the Good Shepherd."
By J. Rockwood Jenkins, Retired Archdeacon of Arizona.
[no place: no publisher,] c. 1956.

Why I Am An Anglican. n.p.: The Missionary Society of the Anglican Church of Canada, n.d. [for the use of English-speaking Cree in the Diocese of Keewatin]

An Officer of the Line in the Conquest of the Continent: Solomon Stevens Burleson, Priest
[missionary to the Oneida of Wisconsin]
By His Sons
Hartford, CT: Church Missions Publishing, no date.