Indian Education in Canada, Volume 1: The Legacy. All Hallows' in the West : [Vol. 3, no. 2 (1901)] - p. 25 - Early Canadiana Online. Mission Photo : Up and Down the Coast. 1 of 2 images.
If you have any information about this photograph, please contact the United Church Archives at 1-800-268-3781 x 3123 OR Use CONTACT THE ARCHIVE LINK BELOW. Please include the accession and item number. Section : schoolLocation : Yale SYNOPSIS:Run by the Anglican ChurchDATE: [19--]FIRST NATION: LOCATION: Yale PHYSICAL DESCRIPTION: 1 photomechanical print : b&w ; 16 x 12 cm. Mission Photo : Up and Down the Coast. 2 of 2 images.
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All Hallows School Showing Sisters And Pupils. Title and statement of responsibility area Title proper Yale. General material designation graphic material Title notes Attributions and conjectures: The photographer is undetermined. Level of description. Aboriginal Healing Foundation. BC Archives. Browse Browse Advanced Search.
Dear Nan: Letters of Emily Carr, Nan Cheney, and Humphrey Toms - Emily Carr, Nan Cheney, Doreen Walker, Humphrey N. W. Toms. Ethlyn Trapp. Ethlyn Trapp, physican, researcher (b at New Westminster, BC 18 Jul 1891; d at West Vancouver 31 Jul 1972).
Ethlyn Trapp was the fourth of eight children of Thomas John Trapp and Nell Dockrill. Trapp, Ethlyn Ethlyn Trapp, physican, researcher (b at New Westminster, BC 18 Jul 1891; d at West Vancouver 31 Jul 1972). Ethlyn Trapp was the fourth of eight children of Thomas John Trapp and Nell Dockrill. She attended All Hallows School in Yale, BC, and later attended McGill University College in the vacant properties of the Vancouver City Hospital. Unsettled after the war, Trapp travelled widely in the Far East and then returned to McGill, graduating MD CM (Doctor of Medicine, Master of Surgery) in 1927.
Outside her professional achievements, Trapp led a varied and full social life with interests in the arts and the natural world. Recovering our Miss Moody. Susanna Moodie (1803-1895) of Eastern Canada is famous for her book, Roughing it in the Bush, inspiring a collection of poetry by Margaret Atwood in 1970.
October 03rd, 2016 Althea Moody (seated at left) with students and staff at All Hallows School at Yale, B.C. But Althea Moody and her book, Across the Bright Continent? Well, not so much. Missionary, linguist, teacher, and artist Althea Moody (1865-1930) spent twenty years (1891-1911) teaching and painting at All Hallows School in Yale. Largely forgotten and seldom appreciated, Althea Moody, the daughter of a London-based official with the Canadian Pacific Railway, wrote a rarely-cited book that was published in London in 1894: Sh’Atjinkujin: Parts of the Communion Service of the Church of England, Privately Printed for the Use of the Lower Fraser Indians in the All Hallows Mission Chapel, Yale 1891 (London: Darling & Son, 1894). In keeping with her modesty and religious humility, Moody did not allow her name to appear on the title page. Cihm 16095. Bchn 1989 spring. All Hallows in the West Girl's School, Yale.
Indian Residential Schools (Full Article) The Diocese of New Westminster and the Indian Residential Schools System Updated by Melanie Delva, Archivist, Diocese of New Westminster, Ecclesiastical Province of BC and Yukon - June 25th, 2014.
(For additional information please visit the Truth and Reconciliation section of the Anglican Church of Canada's website) The Diocese of New Westminster has had a long relationship with First Nations people on whose land it settled. The relationship has been made very complicated by the damages done to First Nations peoples through the systemic evil of the residential schools.
However, it was not until after the Diocese of New Westminster was officially formed in 1879 and Acton Windeyer Sillitoe was consecrated as its first bishop that any further action was taken in that regard. All Hallows, Yale Like Bishop Hills, Sillitoe believed that the answer was the assimilation of First Nations people into European religion and culture. Together but Separate Diocesan Support for All Hallows St. Legacy.