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Herbert Girling fonds. - 1916-1953

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Main Entry
Girling, Herbert, 1891-1920
Description Level
Fonds
Physical Description
2 cm of textual records
77 photoprints
Fonds Number
213
Fonds
Herbert Girling fonds
Material Type
Multiple media
Description Level
Fonds
Physical Description
2 cm of textual records
77 photoprints
Administrative History
Herbert Girling (1891-1920) lived and worked in Nottingham, England before he responded to a call for men by the Colonial and Continental Church Society. He studied at Emmanuel College, Saskatoon from 1909-1913. Girling was ordained deacon in 1914 and priest in 1916. He began missionary service under the direction of Archdeacon C.E. Whittaker in Fort McPherson and Kittigazuit, NWT. 1915-1919 he was Missionary with the Inuit in the Bernard Harbour and Coronation Gulf areas. During that time he made extensive travels and did significant translation in the Copper Eskimo language. He died in Ottawa while on furlough.
Scope and Content
Fonds consists of articles by and about Girling regarding his work among the Blond or Copper Eskimo and photographs taken while in the north. There is also a list of articles published in the Mission World by and about Girling and his work.
Related Fonds
Diocese of the Arctic fonds
Charles Edward Whittaker fonds
James Richard Lucas fonds
Main Entry
Girling, Herbert, 1891-1920
Personal Name
Girling, Herbert, 1891-1920
Whittaker, C.E. (Charles Edward), 1864-1947
Lucas, James Richard, 1863-1938
Merritt, Gabriel Eldon, 1888-1940
Hester, Edward, 1882-1945
Fry, William Henry, 1885-1921
Hoare, William H. B.
Fleming, Archibald Lang, 1883-1953
Peck, E.J. (Edmund James), 1850-1924
Subjects
Arctic regions
Missionaries - Canada, northern
Accession Number
M80-43
P8476
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Diocese of the Arctic fonds. - 1850-2009, 2012, 2013, 2019

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Main Entry
Anglican Church of Canada. Diocese of the Arctic
Description Level
Fonds
Physical Description
25.83 m textual records and other material
Fonds Number
100
Fonds
Diocese of the Arctic fonds
Material Type
Multiple media
Description Level
Fonds
Physical Description
25.83 m textual records and other material
Administrative History
The Diocese of the Arctic was formed in 1933 and incorporated in 1961. The territory of the diocese spans the Northwest Territories, Nunavut and Nunavik (Northern Quebec). Originally the See city was in Aklavik with All Saints as the Pro-Cathedral, but in 1972 the See city became Frobisher Bay (Iqaluit), because the Mackenzie River area had become its own Episcopal District. St. Jude's Cathedral was built in Iqaluit especially to be the Cathedral for the Diocese of the Arctic. The diocese ministers primarily among Inuit people, but has also included First Nations and Caucasians in its mission stations. From the earliest days the missionaries in the Arctic were involved in translation, medical services and education. The Diocese of the Arctic has had five diocesan bishops - Archibald Lang Fleming (1933-1949), Donald Ben Marsh (1950-1973), John Reginald Sperry (1974-1990), John Christopher Richard Williams (1991-2002 ), Andrew Philip Atagotaaluk (2002-2012), David Parsons (2012- ). Suffragan Bishops were introduced in 1963 with Henry George Cook (1963-1966). Since then others have followed - James Charles MacLeod Clarke (1979-1986), J.C.R. Williams (1987-1990), Terrence Owen Buckle (1993-1995), Paul Oodleteta Idlout (1996-2004), Andrew Philip Atagotaaluk (1999-2002), Larry David Robertson (1999-2010), and Benjamin Tatigat Arreak (2002-2010), Darren McCartney (2012-2019), Joey Royal, (2019- ), Annie Ittoshat (2019- ), Lucy Netser (2019- ). The diocese was formed from the northern portions of four diocese - Yukon (formerly Selkirk), Keewatin, Moosonee, and Mackenzie River. In 1955 the diocese was expanded to include the Mackenzie River area, until 1966 when it was transferred to the spiritual jurisdiction of the diocese of Athabasca. In 1971 the Mackenzie River area became the Episcopal District of the Mackenzie with the Rt. Rev. Henry Cook as Bishop. The district rejoined the diocese of the Arctic in 1974.
Scope and Content
Fonds consists of records created or accumulated by the Diocese of the Arctic. The records cover missionary work in the Arctic and include missions that were originally administered by the dioceses of the Yukon (formerly Selkirk), Keewatin, Moosonee, and Mackenzie River (1884-1970). The fonds is arranged in series which include: Administration records, bishops records, parish records, translation records, hospital records, financial records, audio-visual records, graphic records, cartographic records, printed material, and collected material from various Arctic missionaries. The bishops' records include clergy files, women workers, catechists and lay workers, mission station files, diocesan files, pastoral letters, executive committee files, Arthur Turner Training School and catechist schools files.
Related Fonds
Adelaide Jane Butler fonds
Archibald Lang Fleming fonds
Bompas family fonds
Charles Edward Whittaker fonds
Edmund James Peck fonds
Herbert Girling fonds
Hiram Alfred Cody fonds
Isaac O. Stringer family fonds
John Thomas Griffin fonds
Leslie Corness fonds
Marsh family fonds
Thomas Henry Canham fonds
Main Entry
Anglican Church of Canada. Diocese of the Arctic
Corporate Name
Anglican Church of Canada. Diocese of Yukon
Anglican Church of Canada. Diocese of the Arctic
Anglican Church of Canada. Episcopal District of the Mackenzie
Anglican Church of Canada. Diocese of Selkirk
Anglican Church of Canada. Ecclesiastical Province of Rupert's Land
Subjects
Arctic regions
Accession Number
M71-4, M95-02 (Mf84-1), M96-07 (Mf97-01), M2000-04, M2003-05, M2004-07, M2006-03, M2006-04, M2006-15, M2006-16, M2006-18, M2007-08, M2009-08, M2010-10, M2010-15, M2011-05, M2011-09, M2011-11, M2012-01, M2013-04, M2015-08, M2015-09, M2015-10, M2016-07, M2016-13, M2016-15, M2016-28, M2019-13
Mf83-2, Mf83-12, Mf86-3, Mf88-2
P7501, P7507, P7530, P7563, P8454, P8492, P8495, P84111, P84136, P8502, P8803, P9215, P9219, P9314, P9901, P2003-03, P2003-11, P2005-03, P2006-05, P2006-11, P2007-01, P2010-04, P2010-13, P2011-14, P2015-09, P2015-10, P2015-12, P2015-14, P2016-03
AV2000-02, AV2011-04, AV2011-12
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