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The history of the first missionary efforts among the Gwich'in Athapaskans (Loucheux) living in northeastern Alaska, the northern Yukon Territory, and the northwestern part of the Northwest Territories is vividly portrayed through the correspondence and journals left by the Anglicans James Hunter, William West Kirkby, and Robert McDonald and by their Roman Catholic rivals, the Oblate priests Henri Grollier and Jean Séguin. On several occasions during the early 1860s, the Anglicans and thedoi:10.14430/arctic1601 fatcat:opux6o7dqrghxgkwhjtt7su4xu