Fonds 41-1997 - Roseland Church Fonds

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Roseland Church Fonds

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CA MCK 41-1997

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  • 1882-1971 (Creation)

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4 cm textual records

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Administrative history

The Roseland Church was built in 1883 as a Presbyterian church, funded in large part by the Roseland Ladies Aid Society. In 1912, thirteen years before formal union between these two denominations took place, the Roseland Presbyterian Church was united with a local Methodist congregation. The Roseland Church was closed for a few years following the Second World War. However, the Church was revived and it continued to function until 1969, when it was officially closed. Subsequently, the building was sold and moved, and a cairn was placed where the church had been located.

Custodial history

This fonds was accessioned by the McKee Archives in 1997. Prior custodial history is unknown.

Scope and content

This fonds contains a minute book for the Roseland Church from 1882-1969, a summary of the organization and development of the Roseland Church, clippings dealing with the history of the community of Roseland, and a summary history of the Roseland Curling Rink.

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Researchers are responsible for observing Canadian copyright restrictions.

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N/A as of June 2001.

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Associated material: Records on the community of Roseland are held in the offices of the Whitehead Municipality in Alexander, Manitoba.

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  • English

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