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Title The Rupert's Land gleaner [electronic resource].
Publication Info Winnipeg, Man. : St. John's College, 1890-


Hull Electronic Library
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Rupert's Land gleaner -- Empire Online    01 Jan. 1890 - 31 Dec. 1890


Descript v. : ill.
Frequency Monthly
Pub Date Began with v.1, no. 1 (July 1890)
Note Title from cover.
"The ecclesiastical province of Rupert's Land"
Canadian missionary publication designed as an official channel of church news and stimulus to church work and life.
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Series Empire online. Section 1, Cultural contacts, 1492-1969.
Subject Church of England -- Missions -- Manitoba -- Periodicals.
Missionaries -- Manitoba -- Periodicals.
Church work -- Manitoba -- Periodicals.
Alt author University of Birmingham. Library.
Adam Matthew Digital.
Descript v. : ill.
Frequency Monthly
Pub Date Began with v.1, no. 1 (July 1890)
Note Title from cover.
"The ecclesiastical province of Rupert's Land"
Canadian missionary publication designed as an official channel of church news and stimulus to church work and life.
Series Empire online. Section 1, Cultural contacts, 1492-1969.
Subject Church of England -- Missions -- Manitoba -- Periodicals.
Missionaries -- Manitoba -- Periodicals.
Church work -- Manitoba -- Periodicals.
Alt author University of Birmingham. Library.
Adam Matthew Digital.
Hull Electronic Library
Rupert's Land gleaner -- Empire Online    01 Jan. 1890 - 31 Dec. 1890


Subject Church of England -- Missions -- Manitoba -- Periodicals.
Missionaries -- Manitoba -- Periodicals.
Church work -- Manitoba -- Periodicals.
Descript v. : ill.
Frequency Monthly
Pub Date Began with v.1, no. 1 (July 1890)
Note Title from cover.
"The ecclesiastical province of Rupert's Land"
Canadian missionary publication designed as an official channel of church news and stimulus to church work and life.
Alt author University of Birmingham. Library.
Adam Matthew Digital.

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