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Two pamphlets, Sunday School Caravans British Columbia (1927/1953)

Interesting snapshot stories of missions out to the farthest regions of British Columbia. Read like adventures!

Pamphlet #1

Through the Rocky Mountains in a Caravan.

Kootenay Diocese, British Columbia, May 26th to October 11th, 1927

F.H. Eva Hasell has written a summary of the 1927 summer Caravan. Full of interesting details and stories:”…wherever we found Russians we found this Atheistical literature…”, “…one clergyman refused to leave his people without the sacraments…”, “…at last, partly by boat, and sometimes walking, we got to the Kootenay Lake…”. At back, statistics from the Caravan.

12 pages

Rust on staple.

18.50 x 12 cm

Pamphlet #2

Canadian Sunday School Caravan Mission
 
Teaching in the Highways and Byways of the Yukon and British Columbia – The Fifth Visit to the Alaska Highway
 
Dioceses of Yukon and Caledonia June 10th to October 10th, 1953
 

Again, F.H. Eva Hasell M.B.E.has written a summary of the 1927 summer Caravan. Full of interesting details and stories. At back, statistics from the Caravan. "...We had heard at Victoria B.C. that there was a bad epidemic of polio...", "...The last 100 miles gray clay has been put on to mend the road...", "...We had traveled 4,5000 miles with the Caravan..."

36 pages

Rust on staples.

14.50 x 11.50 cm


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