File consists of notes, clippings, and reproductions relating to Father Adrien Morice. Father Adrien Morice was a missionary and was ordained as a priest who came to British Columbia in 1880 to complete his ecclesiastical studies. After completing his schooling he was signed to the Williams Lake Mission where he worked closely with the Chilcotin peoples, learning their language and ministering. He continued to learn Chinook before moving to work at Stuart Lake with the Na'Kaztl'Tenneh Band in 1885, working with four divisions of the Carrier Tribes, the Alexandria, Quesnel, Blackwater, and Lhuskuz. Morice continued to use the Cree language and eventually published a monthly newspaper between 1881 and 1884 called "Tsettes Nahivelnik" (meaning "storyteller") using the Cree language. File primarily consists of handwritten notes by Kent Sedgwick regarding Father Adrien Morice and his work.