Amid Greenland snows, or, The early history of Arctic missions

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S.W. Partridge , London
Egede, Hans, -- 1686-1758., Eskimos -- Greenland., Missions -- Green
Other titlesAmid Greenland snows., Early history of Arctic missions.
Statementby Jesse Page.
SeriesCIHM/ICMH microfiche series -- no. 32827.
The Physical Object
FormatMicroform
Pagination160, 24 p.
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Open LibraryOL16920308M
ISBN 100665328273

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Publication date Topics Egede, Hans,Egede, Hans,Missions, Inuit, Missions, Inuit Publisher New York; Toronto: F.H. Revell CollectionPages: This page has links to all the missionary biographies we have published, along with links to book reviews for several of them.

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Jesse Page is the author of Among the Maoris; or, Daybreak in New Zealand. A record of the labours of Samuel Marsden, Bishop Selwyn and others ( avg /5. Amid Greenland Snows: The Early History of Arctic Missions. 4 Remarkably, this decision was made using a system of casting lots for Scriptures, a practice that the Moravian Brethren have since given up, for obvious reasons.

5 J. Hutton. History of the Moravian Church. Book II, Chapter VI. “The Foreign Missions and Their Influence.”. Amid Greenland snows: or The early history of Arctic missions A Greenland family, or, the power of the gospel: a narrative of facts Notes on the Ice between Greenland and Nova Zembla, Being the Results of Investigations into the Records of Early.

Amid Greenland Snows; or, The Early History of Arctic Missions. Bishop Patteson, the Martyr of Melanesia.} By Jesse Page. Captain Allen Gardiner: Sailor and Saint.

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Congo for Christ (The): The Story of the Congo Mission. By Rev. Myers, Author of “William Carey,” etc. The Vikings first sailed north of the Arctic Circle in the ninth century when Erik the Red colonized southern Greenland.

Then in the 12th century Russia began exploring and colonizing parts of northern Siberia. By the end of the 17th century the whole vast territory was part of the Russian empire. Amid Greenland Snows, or, The Early History of Arctic For more photos or information, use the «Ask Bookseller» button and I'll be pleased to help.

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(Clements Robert), Sir, Publication datePages: Category:History of the Arctic only covers the area north of the Arctic Circle (66° 33’N). Articles that fall outside of this definition should not be included in this category.

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In the course of expansion ARCTIC COOLING finally evolved into ARCTIC. The Future History of the Arctic by Charles Emmerson; After the Ice by Alun Anderson; True North by Gavin Francis The Arctic's future is vital to the human race, as a clutch of new books suggests. History of the early missions in western Canada; Conductor with a contemporary music mission: oral history transcript / ; Amid Greenland Snows, Or, The Early History Of Arctic Missions; The History Of The Moravian Mission Among The Indians Of North America: From Its Commencement To The Present Time, With A Preliminary Account Of The Indians.

A reduction in sea-ice extent will promote strong Arctic warming through the ice-albedo feedback mechanism and may influence weather systems beyond the Arctic (e.g., Francis et al., ).Changes in ice cover and freshwater flux out of the Arctic Ocean may also affect circulation in the North Atlantic, which has profound influence on climate in Europe and North America Cited by:   The history of Arctic sovereignty reveals a number of “game changers” that previously altered the status quo, as well as several general most striking “game changer” was the end of the great ice age, which eventually saw waves of Palaeo Eskimos slowly moving from Siberia eastward to Greenland.

A new study, published in Science, shows that the first people to populate the Arctic regions of North America and Greenland were a group who moved into the area from Siberia around 3, Author: Mary Beth Griggs.

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In April, the United States assumed the two-year chairmanship of the Arctic Council – an intergovernmental forum of eight Arctic countries and six indigenous organizations -- at a moment of great change and challenge for the Arctic. The average American may not realize that the United States is an Arctic nation thanks to the state of Alaska when, in the.

Arctic sea-ice extent and volume are declining rapidly. Several studies project that the Arctic Ocean may become seasonally ice-free by the year or even earlier.

] The Arctic in World Environmental History shrouded in esoteric mystery.”8 The term “Thule” is most often traced to the Greek explorer Pytheas, who imagined and tried to find a fabled archipelago north of Scandinavia.9 Early and medieval European poets extolled the stark, compelling beauty of Ultima.

Of Dogs & Wilderness. In celebration of the 50th anniversary of the Wilderness Act, rangers and sled dogs ventured into the arctic winter to improve the wilderness character of a northern section of Gates of the Arctic National Park & Preserve by removing decades old fuel barrels left from military exploration.

Military history of Greenland‎ (2 C) I (3 P) W Arctic military operations of World War II‎ (1 C, 16 P) Atlantic and Arctic theatres of World War II‎ (6 C, 2 P) Pages in category "Military history of the Arctic" The following 4 pages are in this category, out of 4 total.

The most famous cutter in the history of Alaska, the Bear, was transferred to the Revenue Cutter Service in After that, Bear patrolled the Bering Sea for. “Charles Emmerson’s The Future History of the Arctic has the strongest narrative of the three [books on the Arctic] because his is most firmly grounded in a knowledge of the region’s past.” E, the Environmental magazine “This new vision of the Arctic, as a site of exploitation and source of political conflict, is chilling indeed Brand: PublicAffairs.A Chronological History of Voyages Into the Arctic Regions: appeared arrived attempt August Baffin Barentz boat called Cape Farewell Captain Cherry Island coast of America coast of Greenland cold command continued Cortereal covered crew discovered discovery distance ducats Dutch east eastward England English enterprize A Chronological.