A Memoir Mainly Pertaining to the Work in Education of Bishop J.W. Williams 1857-1892

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Title
A Memoir Mainly Pertaining to the Work in Education of Bishop J.W. Williams 1857-1892
Abstract
A description of the career of the British-born James William Williams (1825-1892) and his association with nineteenth century Eastern Townships educational institutions. Williams immigrated to Canada East (Quebec) in 1857 when he was appointed rector of the Lennoxville grammar school, affiliated with Bishop's College. In 1860, he was appointed a professor of "belles-lettres" at Bishop's College. In 1863, he was appointed the fourth Anglican Bishop of Quebec.
Place
Sherbrooke, QC
Publisher
René Prince, Université de Sherbrooke
Date
1979
Language
en
Citation
Milner, Elizabeth Hearn, ed. A Memoir Mainly Pertaining to the Work in Education of Bishop J.W. Williams 1857-1892. Sherbrooke, QC: René Prince, Université de Sherbrooke, 1979.
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