Fonds PR3145 - Samuel Trivett fonds

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Samuel Trivett fonds

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    PR3145

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    • [Copied 1970 (originally created 190?)] (Creation)

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    22 negatives

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    (1852-1931)

    Biographical history

    Samuel Trivett (1852-1931) was born in England. In 1878, he was ordained in the Anglican Church and in the same year he moved to Prince Albert, Saskatchewan with his first wife, Annie Maria, 1852-1879. In 1880, he established a mission among the Bloods in Alberta and remained there until 1891. He later served parishes in Manitoba, Michigan, USA, and Nova Scotia. In 1885, he married Catherine Jennings, 1858-1950. He established St. Paul's Anglican Residential School on the Blood reserve in 1881 and also wrote a Blackfoot dictionary. The Trivetts died in Halifax. Samuel's memoirs, "Eleven Miles of Prayer", were published in the Canadian Churchman.

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    The fonds consists of images dating from the end of the 19th century and beginning of the 20th related to Samuel Trivett's work for the Anglican Church and features First Nations Burials, Samuel Trivett, St. Paul's Mission School and Residences, Crowfoot, Sitting on an Eagles Tail, Three Bulls, Jean L'Heureux, Red Crow, Sergeant W. Piercy, a tepee, the Sun Dance, and members of the Northwest Mounted Police.

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    In 1970, John C. Whalley, Samuel Trivett's grandson, allowed the Provincial Archives of Alberta to copy the material.

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        The material is in English.

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        Access Conditions: None

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        Use Conditions: Permission for use required. Subject to the Copyright Act.

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        Associated materials

        Please see the Samuel and Catherine Trivitt fonds and the David J. Carter fonds at the Glenbow Museum and Archives for more information on Samuel Trivett.

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