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Record #143938:

Count Djunkowsky and the Roman Catholic North Pole Mission / Tove Bull.

Title: Count Djunkowsky and the Roman Catholic North Pole Mission / Tove Bull.
Author(s): Bull, Tove.
Date: 1997.
Publisher: Arkhangelsk: Pomor State University
In: Religion, church and education in the Barents Region. (1997.),
Abstract: In early 1850s Pius IX suggested mission to Arctic. Dr Paul Djunkowsky (Jenkovsky), Russian who had left Jesuits in 1853, visited Sweden and Norway in 1855. Mission followed his report, to cover northern Norway and Sweden, Kola Peninsula, Iceland, Faroes and northern America. Norse Scotland was added. Party under Djunkowsky reached Alta in 1856. Watched suspiciously, they had converts and founded school. Two went on to Iceland, where chapel is now cathedral. Djunkowsky then married English woman. After few weeks, he left her and returned to Russia and Orthodoxy. Mission was dissolved in 1869.
Notes:

In: Religion, church and education in the Barents Region / Roald E. Kristiansen, Nikolai M. Terebikhin, eds.

Keywords: 2 -- Religion.
23/28 -- Christianity.
266 -- Missionaries, Christian.
282 -- Catholic Church.
93"18" -- Nineteenth century.
T -- Social anthropology and ethnography.
(*3) -- Arctic regions.
(*35) -- Iceland.
(*531.9) -- Murmanskaya Oblast'.
(*55) -- European Arctic.
(*58) -- Norway.
SPRI record no.: 143938

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