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William Duncan, founder and developer of Alaska"s Metlakatla Christian mission.

Edward Delor Kohlstedt

William Duncan, founder and developer of Alaska"s Metlakatla Christian mission.

by Edward Delor Kohlstedt

  • 162 Want to read
  • 27 Currently reading

Published by National Press in Palo Alto, Calif .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Duncan, William, -- 1832-1918.,
  • Tsimshian Indians.,
  • Missions -- Alaska,
  • Home missions -- Canada,
  • Metlakatla (Alaska)

  • ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL21102100M

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William Duncan, founder and developer of Alaska"s Metlakatla Christian mission by Edward Delor Kohlstedt Download PDF EPUB FB2

Get this from a library. William Duncan, founder and developer of Alaska's Metlakatla Christian Mission. [Edward Delor Kohlstedt]. DUNCAN, WILLIAM, lay missionary; b. 3 April in Bishop Burton, England, son of Maria Duncan; d. unmarried 30 Aug. in New Metlakatla (Metlakatla), Alaska. William Duncan was born, as they would have said in his native Yorkshire, on the “wrong side of the bed.”.

William Duncan went to be with his Lord in having spent sixty fruitful years among the Tsimpshian Indians. His sacrifice of leaving his warmer and pleasant home in England for the cold and wet of southeast Alaska was to the great advantage of the people whom he lead to Jesus Christ.

Drena McIntyre is with Leandro A. Guthrie Sr. at William Duncan Memorial Church. J Metlakatla, AK I am going to miss this dear, sweet man who has been a constant supporter of mine by always believing in me in whatever endeavors I took on/5(26).

But that was not why the Ancon anchored off Annette Island on Aug. 7, Also on board the ship was Father William Duncan.

Duncan - an Anglican missionary who has spent 30 years in British Columbia - was meeting with an advance party of more than 40 Tsimpshians from Old Metlakatla near modern day Prince Rupert, B.C. The Metlakatla Indian Community (MIC) is located on Annette Islands, it is the only Indian Reserve in the State of Alaska.

The Reserve is 20 miles south of Ketchikan, Alaska and typically reached by seaplane, boat or ferry. The economy of Metlakatla is principally tied to fishing, seafood processing, services, tourism and forest products. This thesis is a case study of a Victorian missionary in a British Columbia context and focuses primarily on the model Christian Indian utopia of Metlakatla, established for the Tsimshian nation by William Duncan in Before offering his services to the evangelical Anglican Church Missionary Society, Duncan had been an ambitious clerk and travelling salesman for a Yorkshire leather firm.

Media in category "Missionaries at Metlakatla, Alaska" The following 11 files are in this category, out of 11 total. Early life. He was bornin Metlakatla, British Columbia, and became from his earliest years a protégé of that utopian Christian community's founder, the charismatic Anglican lay minister William 's father, Samuel Marsden, had been one of Duncan's first converts and was named after a famed Anglican 's mother was Catherine Kitlahn, Duncan's housekeeper.

Father William Duncan House, Metlakatla, Alaska. 3 likes 10 were here. The Father William Duncan House, also known as the Father Duncan Cottage and now /5(76).

But that was not why the Ancon anchored off Annette Island on Aug. 7, Also on board the ship was Father William Duncan. Duncan - an Anglican missionary who has spent 30 years in British Columbia - was meeting with an advance party of more than 40 Tsimpshians from Old Metlakatla near modern day Prince Rupert, B.C.

Abstract: The Inupiat and the christianization of Arctic Alaska. Inwhen the first missions were established in Alaska north of Bering Strait, not a single Native in the region was a Christian. By Christianity was nearly universal.

Mission, Mr. Duncan's view of how an ideal one should be carried on, ; reasons why the Metlakahtla one is so successful, Mitchell, Bertram G., Mode of living at Port Simpson, B.

C,   METLAKATLA, Alaska — Residents celebrated the th anniversary of the founding of "new" Metlakatla with food, games and the arrival of canoes from British Columbia, in.

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