New Zealand & Polynesian records from colonial missionaries, 1838-1958 - Key Data

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Title New Zealand & Polynesian records from colonial missionaries, 1838-1958
Subject & Keywords Maritime History Trade Canada Usa Slavery American Revolution Caribbean Jamaican
Description This collection comprises the C series records relating to the early history of the Anglican Church in Aotearoa New Zealand and Polynesia (C/NZ), along with selected volumes from the series of copies of letters sent and received (CLR & CLS), consists of files relating to the establishment of the Society's activities in the province, and the development of a diocesan organisation to support them. Correspondence was entered into by the SPG, the Colonial Office in London and the ecclesiastical officers in the colonies. The records also include printed reports, annual returns, and financial statements almost a hundred years, from the second quarter of nineteenth century, with the addition of one volume of letters received from the Diocese of Honolulu, in the north of the Polynesian region, over a forty year period from the 1870s until it fomally became part of the Episcopal Church in America. Of special interest among the papers relating to the diocese of Melanesia is the private correspondence and journal of its first bishop, John Coleridge Patteson.
ISBN 9781851172306
Contributor Bodleian Library
Type jpg
Format
Identifier https://microform.digital/boa/collections/27/new-zealand-polynesian-records-from-colonial-missionaries-1838-1958
Source Archives of the USPG
Creator
Language eng
Rights Content © USPG; images © Microform Academic Publishers, 2009. All rights reserved.
Publisher Microform Academic Publishers
Coverage 1838-1958
Created On 6th July, 2010 - 9:38am
Last Updated 6th July, 2010 - 9:38am

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