By William Klempa
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1, Item 88,PANS. Dugald McKichan to Robert Burns, Merigomish, November 4,1829, Reel 1, Vol. 2, Item 95, PANS. George Young to Father, Pictou, December 2,1821, MG2, Vol. 719, F1/10, George Young Papers, PANS. The Bachelor of Arts degree program of Glasgow University in 1826 was very similar to that of Pictou Academy at the same time: . Glastzow U n i v w Pictou -A Year 1: Latin and Greek Latin I & Greek I Latin 11, Greek 11, Year 2: Logic (including General Grammar & Rhetoric), Math I Latin, Greek Year 3: Moral Philosophy, Math Math 11, Logic (with practical applications), (including Rhetoric) Algebra Natural Philosophy, Year 4: Natural Philosophy, Math, Algebra Moral Philosophy Young to Father, December 2, 1821.
As a result of Fraser's successful proselytizing, the Church of Scotland became the dominant body in Cape Breton. He and MacLennan possessed two qualities not held by their Secessionist rivals. They spoke fluent Gaelic and they were backed by the evangelical zeal and highly successful missionary efforts of the GCS. 'fg Resentment of McCulloch grew within the town of Pictou by the early 1820s. For several years a number of Presbyterians had been denied admission to Harbour Church, where McCulloch was the minister.
Its recommendations for financial support from the two Presbyterian groups, for a higher grammar school curriculum and for guaranteed legislative grants of £230 annually, would establish the framework for a Union Academy in 1845. Within three years the debt was largely paid off. Further fights were to ensue between extreme factions of the two Presbyterian groups over the next fifteen years, but the union moderates now were supported by a much strengthened provincial educational system which led eventually to the establishment of a normal school in 1855and to the Free School Acts and compulsory assessment legislation in 1864-66.
Burning Bush and A Few Acres of Snow: The Presbyterian Contribution to Canadian Life and Culture by William Klempa