Item iw-glen-13 - Father Scollen's letters

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Father Scollen's letters

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GLEN glen-2064-iw-glen-13

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27 letters (76 p.)

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  • General note: Consists of letters written by Father Constantine Scollen, Oblate priest and one of the first missionaries in Alberta, to his family in Ireland, and to other members of the religious community. In the letters he describes his missions among the Cree and Blackfoot, and his views on immigration to the West. Includes three letters to his father, Patrick Scollen, from other people.

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