GUIDE TO CATHOLIC RECORDS ABOUT NATIVE AMERICANS IN THE UNITED STATES Volume 4: Outside the United States: BRITISH COLUMBIA, CANADA: BC-4

Archdiocese of Vancouver

VICTORIA, BRITISH COLUMBIA, CANADA

 


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

Phone 250-388-5571

History: St. Andrew Cathedral is a non-Indian 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 (Indian?), 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 (Indian?), 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.

 

[Holdings not at Marquette University, however, Marquette’s holdings include related records.]

new2006/rev2008

Archival materials from the Raynor Memorial Libraries


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