|Title||[Missionary Influences on the Haida Settlement and Subsistence Patterns 1876-1920]|
|Description:||Missionary Influences on the Haida Settlement and Subsistence Patterns 1876-1920
In the last quarter of the nineteenth century Anglican and Methodist missionary societies sent ministers to serve among the Haida of the Queen Charlotte Islands, British Columbia. Each missionary society had its own future goals and appraisals of the Haida's condition. Both approaches lead
to the reorganization of the Haida's settlement and subsistence patterns."
|Citation||Ethnohistory 21/4 (Fall 1974)|
Henderson, John R. (author)
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