GUIDE TO CATHOLIC RECORDS ABOUT NATIVE AMERICANS IN THE UNITED STATES Volume 1: Eastern United States: MASSACHUSETTS: MA-4
Archdiocese of Boston
Sisters of St. Anne. St. Marie Province
720 Boston Post Road East
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Copying facilities: Yes
History: Founded in Quebec, in 1850, the Sisters of St. Anne made their first U.S. foundation in 1866. They expanded in both countries and established the St. Joseph’s Province for Western Canada and the St. Marie Province for the United States. In Alaska, sisters first from the St. Joseph’s Province, and then the St. Marie Province, staffed a Catholic mission, school, and orphanage serving Native American children:
|1887?-unknown (transferred to St. Marie Province, after 1915-unknown)||Holy Cross Mission (Eskimo), Holy Cross/ Koserefsky, Alaska|
|1889?-2000 (St. Marie Province, 1914-2000)||Holy Cross School and Orphanage (Eskimo, Ingalik, and others), Holy Cross/ Koserefsky, Alaska|
Holding of Catholic records about Native Americans:
Inclusive dates: 1914?-2000?
Description: Records of the Sisters of St. Anne, Sainte Marie Province, pertaining to a mission, school, and orphanage 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.