Item iw-glen-188 - James Nisbet's letters

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James Nisbet's letters

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GLEN glen-3071-iw-glen-188

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23 letters (162 p.)

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Consists of letters written by Reverend James Nisbet, a Presbyterian minister, to his brother in Samoa. The letters describe his experiences as a missionary in the Red River Settlement, and his establishment in 1866 of a mission in Saskatchewan, which became Prince Albert.

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