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Pikangikum Indian Mission fonds

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  • 1929-1970 (Creation)

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1 folder of textual material.

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The Pikangikum (sometimes also spelt Pekangekum, Pekangecum, Pikangicum) Indian Mission has existed in the First Nations community of Pikangikum, located in northwestern Ontario, approximately 90 kilometers north of Red Lake, since 1925. A Hudson's Bay Company post was established at Pikangikum in 1900, and the site was originally a preaching point for the Methodist Mission at Berens River. John J. Everett was the first to serve the Pikangikum Charge after Union as a lay supply person in 1927. In 1959, a United Church was constructed there. Pikangikum, now known as St. Stephen's United Church, is a pastoral charge within the All Native Circle Conference with Poplar Hill.

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The records of Pikangikum Indian Mission came to The United Church of Canada Archives-Conference of Manitoba and Northwestern Ontario from the Pikangikum Indian Mission.

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The records held at the Archives of Manitoba and Northwestern Ontario include the following series: photocopied correspondence regarding historical research, 1989; photocopied baptismal records, 1929-1931, 1933, 1935-1947; photocopied marriage records, 1931, 1933, 1943, 1944, 1946; list of residents' families with ages of members, 1978; list of ministers and missionaries there employed, 1926-1970; photocopied correspondence regarding church lot extension and possible construction of a new church building, 1959; photocopied excerpt of Home Missions Digest, Frances Bonwick, Ed., 1950

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Related material: Further information pertaining to the Pikangikum Charge may be found in the Superintendents of Home Missions Records for Berens River Charge, Deer Lake Charge (Correspondence File #4) and Little Grand Rapids Charge (Correspondence File #13). See also the Superintendent of Home Missions Property Files identified as "Presbyteries (Kenora Rainy River)" for further records pertaining to the Pikangikum Charge. See also the Red Lake Charge Sacramental Registers dating from 1945-1981 for entries pertaining to Pikangikum.

Associated material: See also: Robert William Dunning, Social and Economic Change among the Northern Ojibwa, Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 1974, held at the University of Winnipeg Library

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