Title: Rev. J.A.C. Kell Fonds
Dates: 1917- 1956
Extent: 1 folder textual material
Repository: The United Church of Canada Archives Manitoba Northwestern Ontario Conference and All Native Circle Conference
Retrieval Numbers: Accession: 87-13; I.D.: 3230; Location: PP21
Rev. J. A. C. Kell served in the northern Manitoba First Nations communities of God’s Lake from 1922 to 1923, and Oxford House from 1926 to 1930.
Scope and Content
The surviving records of Rev. J.A.C. Kell include: Articles entitled ‘The Christian Life’, ‘Why We Are Protestants’ and ‘What Jesus Means to Me’, dating from around 1929; Manuscripts entitled ‘Wetigoes or What?, ‘I Was at God’s Lake’, and ‘The Social Organization of the Northern Crees’, dating from around 1928; Excerpts and fragments from pamphlets and publications, 1917-1923; and Letters, from Rev. F.G. Stevens, Rev. J.W. Niddrie and others, dating from 1927 to 1956.
The records of Rev. J.A.C. Kell came to the archives of the Conference of Manitoba and Northwestern Ontario as part of a transfer of records in 1987.
Relevant items in this fonds related to Indian Residential Schools are included in The United Church of Canada Archives Manitoba Northwestern Ontario Conference and All Native Circle Conference2014 Index of IRS Related Records and were digitized for submission to the Truth and Reconciliation Commission. Contact the Keeper of the Archives for more information.
Language: The records are in English.
Restriction on Access: No restrictions apply.
Accruals: No further accruals are expected.