Sisters of St. Ann in British Columbia, Yukon and Alaska, 1858-1958.

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[Mary Margaret Down] -- Attempts to capture the historical record of a group of courageous pioneers and their successors through one hundred years of dedication to Catholic education in British Columbia, the Yukon.

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Ann in British Columbia, Yukon, and Alaska, When the Sisters of Saint Ann arrived in Victoria, B.C. on June 8,they were the first religious order of women to set foot in the territory north of the forty-ninth parallel. The history of their activities and their contribution to education during the first one hundred years of their existence in the west is the specific study of this present work.

Histories dealing with the. The Sisters of St. Ann in British Columbia, Yukon, and Alaska, ; Sisters of St. Ann. People and organizations; Sisters of St. Ann; Identity area. Type of entity.

Authorized form of name. Sisters of St. Ann. Parallel form(s) Yukon and Alaska name. North to share: the Sisters of Saint Ann in Alaska and the Yukon Territory Margaret Cantwell, Mary George Edmond Sisters of St.

Ann, Jan 1, - Biography & Autobiography - pages. The Sisters of St. Ann Archives is a private archives that preserves the Sisters of St. Ann’s legacy in the west, as well as records of their community, institutions and art.

The Sisters of St. Ann Archives is located at the BC Archives but is preserved and managed by the Sisters of St. Ann. This archives constitutes a separate and distinct body of records within the holdings.

This was the start of permanency for the Church in the Yukon. The Jesuit Fathers of Alaska received permission from the Bishop of MacKenzie to work in the Yukon.

Father William Judge, S.J. came from Alaska to build a church and hospital in Dawson City. The Sisters of St. Ann came in September to staff the hospital.

British Columbia - Caring and Compassion: A History of the Sisters of St. Ann in Health Care in British Columbia. by Darlene Southwell ( pages with illustrations) Harbour Publishing Co. Ltd/ Madeira Park, BC. The Sisters of St. Ann in British Columbia, Yukon and Alaska, Sisters of St.

Anne. Not In Library. Mary Margaret Down Not In Library. A history of the Sisters of Saint Anne Marie-Jean-de-Pathmos soeur, S Not In Library.

A century of service, They arrived in Victoria, British Columbia, the following June 5. In St. Ann's Academy was established, followed by St. Joseph Hospital in The Sisters arrived in the United States in September at the request of the Bishop of Buffalo, opening a school in Oswego, New r: Marie Anne Blondin.

The Sisters of Saint Ann were the main nursing order of nuns in the province during the 19th century. Covering the year-period from toSister Mary Down wrote A Century of Service: A History of the Sisters of Saint Ann and Their Contribution to Education in British Columbia, the Yukon & Alaska (Victoria: The Sisters of Saint Ann, ).

Mother Mary Ann Foundress of the Sisters of Saint Ann: Her Contribution to the Church in British Columbia, Alaska and the Yukon. Sister MARY EILEE N, S.

S.A. [Eileen Anne Kelly] St. Ann’s Academy, Kamloops, B.C. In a circular letter. One of the Sisters remarked, in her accounts published in the book documenting the Sisters of St.

Ann’s journey, how what was described as a small settlement was suddenly, in the course of a couple month voyage, transformed into a town. Plaque on the Sister's of Courtesy of Natalie Schlogl: Photo of the 's Novocate University of Victoria Special Collections, The Sisters of St.

Ann in British Columbia, Yukon and Alaska,BX Z5C3. The Sisters Expand Their Work: Schools and Hospitals owned and operated by the Sisters of Saint Ann in Alaska, BC and the Yukon. ANN'S ACADEMY.

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Victoria () and HOSPITAL, Dawson City, Yukon () ST. MARTIN’S HOSPITAL, Oliver () LOURDES HOSPITAL, Campbell River () BULKLEY VALLEY DISTRICT.

Joseph's Province encompasses all the western provinces and two territories of Canada as well as Alaska and Washington State. These documents and materials reflect The Sisters of Saint Ann's origin, history, spirit, growth, internal development, corporate business, members and persons associated with them in their mission.

By Sister Margaret Cantwell, S.S.A. In Collaboration with Sister Mary George Edmond, S.S.A. (Victoria, British Columbia: Sisters ofSt. Ann. xii, paperback.) If I were to keep only one book on the history of die Catholic Church in Alaska, North to Share would be that : P S J Wilfred Schoenberg.

Mother Mary Providence (Mary Ellen McTucker) Sister Mary Providence was twenty-two years old when she arrived in Victoria in to join the first four Sisters of St. Ann as their Superior. For nearly half a century, she devoted her rich gifts of heart and mind to the advancement of education in British Columbia.

Most scholars who have researched on missionaries in British Columbia have not taken gender into account. This dissertation narrates and analyzes the biographies of the two founding generations of the Sisters of Saint Ann and the Oblates of Mary Immaculate.

It compares their origins in Quebec and Europe, their life histories, their experiences teaching school, and their Cited by: 3.

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Avg. Customer Review. 4 Family Life in the Wilderness of Canada's Yukon Territory: From the Cradle (Wilderness Life in Canada's Yukon Territory Book 2) by Manuela Zeitlhofer North to Share The Sisters of Saint Ann in Alaska and the Yukon Territory. by Sister Margaret Cantwell with. Sisters of St.

Ann Archives. In the spring ofthe Sisters of St. Ann announced the decision to place their collection of historical and religious artifacts and documents under the stewardship of the Royal BC Museum.

Their collection dates back toand includes over photographs, pieces of art, and 1 archival on: Victoria, British Columbia, Canada. Sisters of Saint Anne: The Sisters of Saint Anne began as a French speaking order in Canada.

Known in the West and North as Sisters of Saint Ann, the order ministered in several areas in Alaska and the Yukon Territory. Both the Mother House Archives in Lachine, Quebec, and the Western Regional and Northwest Province in Victoria, British.

There are many “angels” in Ross Bay Cemetery, in Victoria, British Columbia, but one of the most noted angels, is “The Blue Angel” which stands on the Pooley Family plot.

This Angel looks across at the Sisters of St. Ann burial site, where some 80 nuns are buried. "Forced to leave the Ireland they loved during the Famine, the Cashmans quickly took to the ways of the New World.

After some years in Boston and San Francisco, Nellie chose the mining camps of Nevada and British Columbia for her first restaurant, hotel and mining ventures. She then spent more than a decade in the mining centers at Tombstone, Bisbee, Nogales, Kingston and. Following the onset of the Klondike Gold Rush, Cashman left her family home in for the Cassiar Mountains in British Columbia, Canada.

A lifelong Catholic, she set up a boarding house for miners, asking for donations to the Sisters of St. Anne in return for the services available at her boarding house. A Century of Service: A History of the Sisters of Saint Ann and Their Contribution to Education in British Columbia, the Yukon and Alaska.

“The Sisters of St. Ann in British Columbia, Yukon, and Alaska.” With historical reviews and pictures. Folder: Misc. clippings from: Tundra Drums, The Alaska Journal, and Daily News-Miner. Box 5: Misc. Research Materials Folder: Pamphlets – A Walking Tour of Anchorage Historic Sites n.d.

Folder. SLIDE 6: St. Ann’s Hospital, Juneau, Alaska, Governor Walter J. Hickel, in his foreword to the book North to Share spoke of the arrival of the Sisters of St. Ann in the far north as a moment when women saw need and responded to it.

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St. Ann's Hospital (Douglas, Alaska) fonds. Add to clipboard. Sister Angela Lemire, a Sister of St. Anne, known in religion as Sister M. Anne Cecilia, died at Marie Esther Health Center, Marlborough on Januat 90 years of age and 66 years of vowed.