Photograph of the Bishop and Mr Copeland, on the West Coast, Tasmania.
Copeland, Fredrick George and Montgomery, Henry Hutchinson Photograph of the Bishop and Mr Copeland, on the West Coast, Tasmania. University of Tasmania Library, Special and Rare Materials Collection, Australia. (Unpublished)
Photograph of the Bishop,(Henry Hutchinson Montgomery),and Mr Copeland,(Frederick George Copeland) on the West Coast, Tasmania. Henry Hutchinson Montgomery (1847-1932), fourth Anglican Bishop of Tasmania, was appointed in 1889. A 'Bush Bishop', he enjoyed tramping around the West Coast, and personally conducted a 'Bush Sunday School' by correspondence. In 1894,the young vicar, Frederick George Copeland, arrived in the remote mining town of Zeehan, in Tasmania’s North-West, to take up the position as vicar and rector of St Luke’s Anglican Church.
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|Keywords:||Tasmania, social history, Australia, Van Diemen's Land, campbell town, west coast, copeland, bishop|
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