Taissumani

Taissumani, August 16

An Inuktitut vocabulary for the Franklin search

On May 30, 1850, the aging Arctic explorer, Sir John Ross, wrote a note to Capt. Charles Codrington Forsyth of the Royal Navy, who was about to depart for the Arctic on the Prince Albert on an expedition sponsored by Lady Franklin, in search of her missing husband, Sir John Franklin. In his note, Ross…

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Taissumani, July 18

A Pioneer Missionary’s Guide to Learning Inuktitut

Taissumani, May 31

Matthew Aupalok: “Greatly Loved by the Whole Community”

Taissumani, Jan. 25

Inuit catechists at Blacklead Island — Part 2

Taissumani, Jan. 11

Inuit catechists at Blacklead Island — Part 1

Taissumani, Nov. 30

Mikak and the Moravian Church in Labrador — Part 2

Taissumani, Nov. 23

Mikak and the Moravian Church in Labrador — Part 1

Taissumani, Nov. 9

Isaac Stringer, the bishop who ate his boots

Taissumani, Oct. 19

Father Turquetil—first Roman Catholic bishop of the Arctic