Early Human Occupation 15, BP: Earliest occupation by human populations of Cook Inlet Basin. Kachemak archaeological traditions are present in the Cook Inlet Basin. Historical Events
The Christian Association was formed in by a small group of Methodist ministers who became disenchanted with the Methodist doctrine of the time. Elias Smith, found that farming in Ontario was not profitable, and in decided to come West, where land was practically free, and sod had never been turned in many places.
They did not come with the intention of converting anyone to their beliefs. When word got out of their plans, four more couples with their families decided to join the Smiths, then six young single men, looking for a lark, were added.
Of the group some were adherents of the Christian Association, but the young men themselves did not belong although their parents did. None of them came as missionaries. They all settled in the Beaverlodge area in the Peace River Country. There are seven bound volumes and eight booklets of newsletters.
They originated with Rev. Nelson Burns inand contain the teachings of the Christian Association, and articles and obituaries of members, including those in the south Peace.
The photograph includes the following people who all came to Beaverlodge Alberta to live, except those listed in brackets. Gaudin, 2nd person; Mrs. Mac Miller, 6th; Mr. Albert Truax, 2nd; Mrs. Albright Senior, 4th; Miss Forrester, 8th; Mr. Wilkie, 3rd; Guineviere Partridge, 5th ; Mrs.
Elias Smith, 3rd; Miss Hill, 4th; Mr. Fink, 9th ; Mr. The sub-series consists of negatives from the Flint and Sheehan families: Victor Flint, with his brother George, came to the Peace Country in with a group of people from Ontario, some of whom belonged to the Christian Association not as missionaries when he was 19 years old.
They homesteaded south and west of Beaverlodge, but in the s began to spend winters in Pasadena, California. In they moved to Pioneer Lodge in Grande Prairie. Frances passed away in and Victor inboth at the age of George Flint came to the Peace Country in with his brother Victor and a group of people from Ontario when he was 21 years old.
In their parents, Mr. Paul Flint joined them at Beaverlodge. Victor and Frances Flint, shown here with their two eldest daughters Madelon and Pauline, homesteaded southeast of Beaverlodge. Victor Flint came to the Peace Country in with a group from Ontario when he was 19 years old.
Frances Sills arrived in Beaverlodge with her sister Mabel and her husband Hugh Allen inbut returned to Ontario in They were married in Ontario in February Paul Flint was a co-founder of the Christian Association, and came to the south Peace Laura Pauline, Madelon, and Frances Elizabeth.
Pauline passed away in while a student at Olds Agricultural College at the age of This series includes a negative of a girl in a sleigh; she is neighbour Helen Stegmeir Location: The Flint daughters traveled to Lower Beaverlodge school with pony and cart in the summer, and horse and cutter in the winter.
About they built a larger log home in a different location. Beth Flint attended school at Lower Beaverlodge, completing high school in Beaverlodge.we also have information on facebook "deborah parker" or "saint francis animal sanctuary inc".
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