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It presents the letters of Emma Crosby wife of the well-known Methodist missionary Thomas Crosby who came to Fort Simpson near present-day Prince Rupert in 1874 to set up a mission among the Tsimshian people Emma Crosby's letters to family and friends in Ontario shed light on a critical era and bear witness to the contribution of missionary

Good Intentions Gone Awry: Emma Crosby and the Methodist

Emma Crosby's letters to family and friends in Ontario shed light on a critical era and bear witness to the contribution of missionary wives They mirror the hardships and isolation she faced as well as her assumptions about the supremacy of Euro-Canadian society and of Christianity

Getting Started

The fonds consists of letters written primarily by Thomas Crosby's wife Emma Crosby The letters help provide us with context for the complicated relationships between Indigenous peoples and missionary settlers in B C in the 1800s Most historians view the introduction of missionaries such as Thomas Crosby into Lax Kw'alaams as the

Good Intentions Gone Awry: Emma Crosby and the Methodist

The heart of Good Intentions Gone Awry is occupied by letters written by Emma Douse Crosby to her mother from her departure from Ontario in 1874 until her mother's death in 1881 The daughter of a prominent Methodist minister Emma Douse attended and became a teacher at Hamilton's Wesleyan College Thomas Crosby had already

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Aug 10 2007Good Intentions Gone Awry by Jan Hare and Jean Barman gives us the letters and life of Emma Crosby the wife of Port Simpson's first missionary Thomas Crosby from the 1870s to the turn of the century The Letters of Margaret Butcher edited by Mary-Ellen Kelm picks up the story from 1916-1919 in the village of Kitamaat

Digital collection of Emma Crosby letters available online

Aug 06 2008The letters from Emma Crosby (1849-1926) provide a fascinating glimpse into the missionary experience Due to her gender Emma was not able to become a missionary although her husband Thomas served as one on the north coast of B C The letters describe how women such as Emma sustained their husbands and served as missionaries in all but name

Emma Mattingly Crosby (1762

Find a Grave database and images (https://: accessed ) memorial page for Emma Mattingly Crosby (16 Nov 1762–27 Aug 1831) Find a Grave Memorial no 35360791 citing Yarmouth Mountain Cemetery Yarmouth Yarmouth County Nova Scotia Canada Maintained by Delbert (contributor 47095919)

198 CHURCH HISTORY

Emma Jane Douse (1849-1926) a Methodist minister's daughter and trained teacher married the Rev Thomas Crosby (1840-1914) a pioneer missionary to the British Columbia coast in 1874 One week later they started a two month trip to Fort Simpson (now Port Simpson near Prince Rupert) the last

Good Intentions Gone Awry: Emma Crosby and the Methodist

Emma Crosby's letters to family and friends in Ontario shed light on a critical era and bear witness to the contribution of missionary wives They mirror the hardships and isolation she faced as well as her assumptions about the supremacy of Euro-Canadian society and of Christianity They speak to her "good intentions" and to the factors that caused them to "go awry " The authors

Good Intentions Gone Awry: Emma Crosby and the Methodist

Jul 18 2006Emma Crosby's letters to family and friends in Ontario shed light on a critical era and bear witness to the contribution of missionary wives They mirror the hardships and isolation she faced as well as her assumptions about the supremacy of Euro-Canadian society and of Christianity

Good Intentions Gone Awry: Emma Crosby and the Methodist

The heart of Good Intentions Gone Awry is occupied by letters written by Emma Douse Crosby to her mother from her departure from Ontario in 1874 until her mother's death in 1881 The daughter of a prominent Methodist minister Emma Douse attended and became a teacher at Hamilton's Wesleyan College Thomas Crosby had already

Correspondence

An illuminating set of letters from the wife of a prominent Methodist missionary in B C is now freely available online The letters from Emma Crosby (1849-1926) provide a fascinating glimpse into the missionary experience Due to her gender Emma was not able to become a missionary although her husband Thomas served as one on the []

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The letters from Emma Crosby (1849-1926) provide a fascinating glimpse into the missionary experience Due to her gender Emma was not able to become a missionary although her husband Thomas served as one on the north coast of B C The letters describe how women such as Emma sustained their husbands and served as missionaries in all but name

Honorary Graduates 2019

Emma Crosby Doctor of Letters (honoris causa) Emma Crosby is a familiar and experienced broadcast journalist most recently working for Sky News and Channel 5 News She co-presented the ITV breakfast show GMTV and has been a popular voice on LBC radio She studied drama theatre film and television at the College of Ripon and York St John a

Correspondence

An illuminating set of letters from the wife of a prominent Methodist missionary in B C is now freely available online The letters from Emma Crosby (1849-1926) provide a fascinating glimpse into the missionary experience Due to her gender Emma was not able to become a missionary although her husband Thomas served as one on the []

New at Rare Books Special Collections

The letters from Emma Crosby (1849-1926) provide a fascinating glimpse into the missionary experience Due to her gender Emma was not able to become a missionary although her husband Thomas served as one on the north coast of B C The letters describe how women such as Emma sustained their husbands and served as missionaries in all but name

Digital collection of Emma Crosby letters available online

The letters from Emma Crosby (1849-1926) provide a fascinating glimpse into the missionary experience Due to her gender Emma was not able to become a missionary although her husband Thomas served as one on the north coast of B C The letters describe how women such as Emma sustained their husbands and served as missionaries in all but name

Good Intentions Gone Awry (Book)

Good Intentions Gone Awry Emma Crosby and the Methodist Mission on the Northwest Coast (Book) : Hare Jan : Chicago Distribution CenterEmma Crosby's letters to family and friends in Ontario shed light on a critical era and bear witness to the contribution of missionary wives They mirror the hardships and isolation she faced as well as her assumptions about the supremacy of Euro-Canadian

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Good Intentions Gone Awry – Emma Crosby and the Methodist Mission On the Northwest Coast by Jan Hare and Jean Barman contains the letters and account of the life of the wife of Thomas Crosby the first missionary in Lax Kw'alaams (Port Simpson) This covers the period from 1870 to

Good Intentions Gone Awry: Emma Crosby and the Methodist

Jul 18 2006Emma Crosby's letters to family and friends in Ontario shed light on a critical era and bear witness to the contribution of missionary wives They mirror the hardships and isolation she faced as well as her assumptions about the supremacy of Euro-Canadian society and of Christianity

200 CHURCH HISTORY

Emma's good intentions in the second they are gone awry Emma's early letters are domestic confidential written to calm a mother's fears that her daughter was the only white woman for hundreds of miles The later letters written against a background of social and cultural destruction are grim

Project MUSE

Jul 18 2008The organization of Emma Crosby's letters is basically chronological with divisions based on distinctive phases of her adult life and mission work on the north coast: chapters 1 and 2 cover her courtship and marriage to Thomas Crosby and subsequent arrival at Fort Simpson in 1874 Chapters 3 and 4 explore her work in establishing the mission

Good Intentions Gone Awry – HFS Books

Emma Crosby's letters to family and friends in Ontario shed light on a critical era and bear witness to the contribution of missionary wives They mirror the hardships and isolation she faced as well as her assumptions about the supremacy of Euro-Canadian society and of Christianity The authors critically represent Emma's sincere convictions

Good Intentions Gone Awry (Book)

Good Intentions Gone Awry Emma Crosby and the Methodist Mission on the Northwest Coast (Book) : Hare Jan : Chicago Distribution CenterEmma Crosby's letters to family and friends in Ontario shed light on a critical era and bear witness to the contribution of missionary wives They mirror the hardships and isolation she faced as well as her assumptions about the supremacy of Euro-Canadian

Jane Austen

Jane Austen (/ ˈ ɒ s t ɪ n ˈ ɔː s-/ 16 December 1775 – 18 July 1817) was an English novelist known primarily for her six major novels which interpret critique and comment upon the British landed gentry at the end of the 18th century Austen's plots often explore the dependence of women on marriage in the pursuit of favourable social standing and economic security

Good Intentions Gone Awry: Emma Crosby and the Methodist

Awry is occupied by letters written by Emma DoMse Crosby to her mother dating from her departure from Ontario in 1874 until her mother's death in 1881 The daughter of a prominent Methodist minister Emma Douse attended and became a teacher at Hamilton's Wesleyan College When he returned to Ontario to raise funds for a new venture in

New at Rare Books Special Collections

The letters from Emma Crosby (1849-1926) provide a fascinating glimpse into the missionary experience Due to her gender Emma was not able to become a missionary although her husband Thomas served as one on the north coast of B C The letters describe how women such as Emma sustained their husbands and served as missionaries in all but name

Thomas and Emma Crosby fonds (Archival material 1862

Get this from a library! Thomas and Emma Crosby fonds [Thomas Crosby Emma Crosby] -- The fonds consists of the incoming and outgoing correspondence of Rev Thomas Crosby and his wife Emma Douse Crosby manuscripts documents printed material photographs and sketches pertaining to