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Title Journal of Reverend Thomas Hamilton Fleming
Author(s) Hamilton Fleming, Rev. Thomas
Section Section I: Cultural Contacts, 1492-1969
Date 1857-1860
Document Type Manuscript, Missionary Papers, Diary
Library University of Birmingham Library
Reference CC 1022
Region North America
Names Reverend Thomas Hamilton Fleming, Reverend H. Venn
Places Canada, Albany, Rupert's land, Hudson's Bay, New Brunswick, Moose factory, Red river, Great Whale river, Little Whale river, Flying post
Topics journal, missionary papers, Church Missionary Society, CMS, missionary work, evangelism, preaching, Native Americans culture, well attended churches, baptisms, natural history, polar bears, health and disease (item 2), hoping cough, Esquimaux, Eskimo, Inuit, character, language, comparisons between Native Americans and Inuit, marriage services, marriage customs, polygamy, music, education, religious instruction, wolf attack on Inuit, trade, fur and seal blubber trading, Catholic missions (item 5), effect of climate on missionaries, travel, canoe travel, rapids, living conditions, census of Native Americans at New Brunswick, census of Inuit at Little Whale river
Copyright University of Birmingham Library