Anglican Church - Clergy | Little Salmon, Yukon Territory - Personalities | Tents | Game and game birds | Hunting | Camping | Mount Shra-Tey-Igan (Dry Bear's Head), Yukon Territory | Mountains | Rocky Mountains
Archdeacon Cecil Swanson, standing outside tent, note game-birds hanging on tent, right. Mount Shra-Tey-Igan (Dry Bear's Head) rear. | Archdeacon Swanson, an Anglican priest, served in several Yukon Territory comunities between 1913 and 1918. He was later rector of Metochasin, British Columbia, between 1918-1920; Christ church cathedral, 1920-1922; St. Augustine's, Lethbridge, Alberta, 1922-1932; St. Stephen's, Calgary, Alberta, 1940-1953. Archdeacon of Toronto East and rector, St. Paul's cathedral, Toronto, Ontario, 1953-1960. | Retired to Calgary, Alberta in 1960, given honorary doctrate, University of Calgary, 1972.