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Bryce, George (1844-1931) [info]. John Black, the apostle of the Red River, or, How the blue banner was unfurled on Manitoba prairies. Toronto: William Briggs, 1898.
Physical description: viii, [9]-158 p., illus., port.; 19 cm.
Language: English
Publisher's advertisements at end. Also published, Montreal: C.W. Coates, 1898 (158p.); Halifax: S.F. Huestis, 1898 (158p.). The majority of the Selkirk settlers were Presbyterian, but they did not have a minister of their own until the arrival of Rev. Black in 1851. Letters and digests of letters by Black and Alexander Ross on the early struggles of Presbyterianism in the colony are in the Ecclesiastical and missionary record , vol.8-9, 1851-1853.
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