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Recorders of Community: The Archival Legacy of the Red River Settlement Churches 1818-1870

Institution(s): Association for Manitoba Archives
Province: Manitoba
Creation date: 2006-07-25
Coverage dates: 1818-1870
Description: Discover the rich history of the Red River Settlement. From being the exclusive trading territory of the Hudson Bay Company to a land where religious organizations competed for converts among the Aboriginal people. This exhibit is certain to captivate you.
Educational resources: Includes a Glossary and Timeline of the Red River Churches, Missions and Convents.
Language(s) of exhibit: English
Copyright information: The Association of Manitoba Archives owns the copyright of the web exhibit Recorders of Community: The Archival Legacy of the Red River Settlement Churches 1818-1970.
Subjects: Settlement and immigration
Religions/spirituality