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Henrietta Feller and the Grande Ligne Mission

Henrietta Feller

Henrietta Feller was a Swiss-born Baptist missionary to Canada, working in Grande-Ligne, near Montreal. There she

…taught, dispensed rudimentary medical services, distributed Bibles, and provided children’s care. By the time of the 1837 rebellion, a Protestant community numbering sixteen converts and a few sympathisers had formed.

Biographical Dictionary of Christian Missions, p. 209.

My thanks to Redcliffe College for making a copy of this public domain title available for digitisation,

Walter N. Wyeth [1833-1899], Henrietta Feller and the Grande Ligne Mission. A Memorial. Philadelphia, PA: W.N. Wyeth, 1898. Hbk. pp.234. [Click here to visit the download page for this book]


  1. In Switzerland
  2. Early Events
  3. In Course of Training
  4. Missionary Preludes
  5. Sighting the Field
  6. The Grand Ligne
  7. Advances, Accessions
  8. Cheif and Associates
  9. Trials and Triumphs
  10. Shadow and Sun
  11. The Heroine Crowned
  12. Field Men
  13. Story of Maskinonge
  14. Canada, Past and Present
  15. The “Continued Story”
  16. Other Great Decades
  17. Status and Onlook

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