Life of Rev. Amand Parent, The First French-Canadian Ordained by t

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PARENT, AMAND. The Life of Rev. Amand Parent, The First French-Canadian Ordained by the Methodist Church. Forty-Seven Years' Experience in the Evangelical Work in Canada. Thirty-one Years in Connection with the Conference, and Eight Years among the Oka Indians. Toronto, William Briggs, Wesley Buildings. Montreal: C.W. Coates. Halifax: S.F. Huestis. (c1887) 12mo. Bound maroon cloth with gold lettering and decoration on spine and front cover, covers soiled some, rubbed--through at spine ends and corners but both have been sealed and solidified with clear flexible book repair glue, fraying along bottom edge of both covers, light foxing, light tanning of pages. 235pp, frontispiece, illustrations. Parent (b1818) French Canadian Roman Catholic, converted to Methodism. The book especially treats of his work among the Oka Indians.

Title: Life of Rev. Amand Parent, The First French-Canadian Ordained by t

Author Name: PARENT

Categories: METHODISM, INDIANS-NORTH AMERICAN, CANADA, BIOGRAPHY, 19TH CENTURY BOOKS,

Book Number: 14421

Keywords: Amand Parent, Canada, Methodism, Evangelism, Missions,