Item AD 311 - Mission House

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Mission House

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AADC F-225-AD 311

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  • 1966 (Creation)
    Lytton Indian Mission (Lytton, B.C.)

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architectural drawings: basement floor plan

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Established by missionary John Booth Good in 1867, the Lytton Mission initially served both Indians and whites. The mission's extent until the 1910's included the Fraser River valley from Spuzzum to Lillooet, the Thompson River valley from Lytton to Ashcroft, and the Nicola Valley. Shulus and Lillooet were created into separate parishes by 1920. Separate white and Indian congregations were established in the parish and in 1934 the mission was divided into the Lytton Indian Mission, centred at the Church of St. Mary and St. Paul in Lytton, and the Lytton White Mission, centred at St. Barnabas Church, Lytton. Since then, periodically, the parishes have been united under the ministry of one priest. Currently the mission includes St. George, 2 Mile; St. Andrew, Boothroyd; Holy Trinity, Kanaka Bar; St. Thomas, 30 Mile House; St. Gabriel, Nitlickpam; and congregations at Nicomen, N'Kyia and 25 Mile. Churches no longer represented include St. Augustine, Nyshakup; St. David, Staiyn; Christ Church, Spuzzum; and St. Giles, Inkahtsaph.

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Item consists of basement floor plan

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Data entry data: 14/04/09 11:54
Data entry by: BM

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Inmagic identifier: 2142
Item note: AD 311

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Pieces: 2



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  • Box: Roll Stand 2 - 20