GUIDE TO CATHOLIC RECORDS ABOUT NATIVE AMERICANS IN THE U.S.
Volume 4: Outside United States
British Columbia: BC-4

St. Andrew Cathedral
740 View Street
Victoria, BC V8W-1J8 Canada

Phone: 250-388-5571

History: St. Andrew Cathedral has been a non-Native American parish. However, diocesan priests from St. Andrew’s attended the following mission stations among Native Americans in the United States:

1865-1888 (closed) Nulato station (Koyukon), Yukon/ Youcon River, Alaska
1881-1888 (closed) Kodiak station (Eskimo), South of Cook Inlet, Kodiak Island, Alaska
1881-1888 (closed) Illewlewk station (Native?), Unalaska River, Alaska
1881-1888 (closed) St. Michael station (Eskimo), Behring Strait, Alaska 
1881-1888 (closed) Anvik station (Eskimo and Ingalik), Yukon/ Youcon River, Alaska
1881-1888 (closed) Nuklukayat station (Native?), Yukon/ Youcon River, Alaska
1882-1886 (became a parish) St. Rose of Lima Church (Tlingit) Fort Wrangell, Alaska
1883-1886 (transferred to St. Rose of Lima, Fort Wrangell) Sitka station (Tlingit), Alaska
1883-1886 (transferred to St. Rose of Lima, Fort Wrangell) Takou station (Tlingit), Alaska
1883-1886 (transferred to St. Rose of Lima, Fort Wrangell) Hootsnoo station (Tlingit), Alaska
1883-1886 (transferred to St. Rose of Lima, Fort Wrangell) Chilcat station (Tlingit), Alaska    

 

Holding of Catholic records about Native Americans in the United States:

Inclusive dates: 1865-1889

Volume: Several records within 1 or more volumes

Description: Believed to hold sacramental records for mission stations attended in Alaska.

 

Unless noted otherwise, the repository named above holds (or held) the records described and not the Marquette University Archives. However, Marquette's holdings, e.g. Bureau of Catholic Indian Missions Records, include related records about these Native and Catholic groups and places.

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