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Photograph of the Bishop and Mr Copeland, on the West Coast, Tasmania.

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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.

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Abstract

Photograph of the Bishop, (Henry Hutchinson Montgomery), and Mr Copeland, (Frederick George Copeland : 1864 -1935) 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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Item Type: Other
Authors/Creators:Copeland, Fredrick George and Montgomery, Henry Hutchinson
Keywords: Tasmania, social history, Australia, Van Diemen's Land, campbell town, west coast, copeland, bishop
Publisher: University of Tasmania Library, Special and Rare Materials Collection
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