Church of Our Lady of Good Hope, Fort Good Hope, Northwest Territories: R64-169/1986E-PDF

"The Church of Our Lady of Good Hope set a precedent in interior design for mission churches throughout the Mackenzie district. When Bishop Grouard saw the church in 1889 he was very impressed. He referred to it as a "petit bijou" (little jewel) and wrote of his amazement at finding here, under the Arctic Circle, a decoration so rich, so elegant and so varied"--Conclusion, p. [23].

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Department/Agency Parks Canada.
Title Church of Our Lady of Good Hope, Fort Good Hope, Northwest Territories
Series Title Heritage commemoration series
Publication Type Monograph
Language [English]
Format Electronic
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Note "Editor: Paula Irving"--p. [2]. Digitized edition from print.
Date c1986.
Number of Pages [23] p. :
Catalogue Number
  • R64-169/1986E-PDF
Subject Terms Heritage buildings, Religious buildings