6 edition of Victorian missionary and Canadian Indian policy found in the catalog.
1988 by Published for the Canadian Corporation for Studies in Religion by Wilfrid Laurier University Press in Waterloo, Ont., Canada .
Written in English
|Statement||David A. Nock.|
|Series||Editions SR ;, v. 9|
|Contributions||Canadian Corporation for Studies in Religion.|
|LC Classifications||E99.C6 W635 1988|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||x, 194 p. :|
|Number of Pages||194|
|LC Control Number||89102203|
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This book is a study of E.F. Wilson (–), a Canadian missionary of British background, who experienced, promoted, and advocated both approaches to native policy during his lifetime. On the one hand, he practised cultural replacement at the Shingwauk and Wawanosh Schools which he founded at Sault Ste.
Marie; on the other hand, he Cited by: This book is a study of E. Wilson (–), a Canadian missionary of British background, who experienced, promoted, and advocated both approaches to native policy during his lifetime. On the one hand, Victorian missionary and Canadian Indian policy book practised cultural replacement at the Shingwauk and Wawanosh Schools which he founded at Sault Ste.
Marie; on the other hand, he. A Victorian Missionary and Canadian Indian Policy That the Indians — even the most civilized of them — are not altogether enthusiastic in their desire to accept the white man's methods, to blot out their own nationality, and to wave aloft over their villages either the Stars and Stripes of America or the Union Jack of Canada,Cited by: Get this from a library.
A Victorian missionary and Canadian Indian policy: cultural synthesis vs. cultural replacement. [David A Nock; Canadian Corporation for Studies in Religion.] -- "On one hand he practised cultural replacement at the Shingwauk and Wawanosh Schools [school] which he founded at Sault Ste.
Marie ; on the other hand, he advocated programs of cultural. Get this from a library. A Victorian missionary and Canadian Indian policy: cultural synthesis vs cultural replacement. [David Nock; Canadian Corporation for Studies in Religion.]. Life. Edward Francis Wilson (also known as E.F.
Wilson) was born in Islington, England on December 7, to Daniel Frederick Wilson and Lucy Sarah Atkins. His grandfather was Daniel Wilson the Church of England Bishop of was born into the British upper-middle class and was well acquainted with the Evangelical community in England.
Three of his sisters Alma mater: Huron College. A Victorian Missionary and Canadian Indian Policy. By David Editions SR. Canada's Indian policy has, since the s, consisted mainly of attempts at cultural replacement.
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A well-known Canadian missionary who served in china was Jonathan Goforth. He lived and served primarily in Northern China, Manchuria, and Korea, along with his wife Rosalind. A well-known Canadian missionary who served in china was Jonathan Goforth.
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