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Tuesday, 1 July, 2014

Sr Marcienne Kirk Mercy Archives

Sr Marcienne Kirk is a Sister of Mercy and has been the Archivist of Mercy History in Auckland for more than 15 years. Her work involves collecting and filing documents, pictures and items of interest for the history of the Mercy Sisters in Auckland, and sharing it with people who come to the Archives to do research for books or genealogy Sr Marcienne introduces her new book "Valley of Faith� which is based on a collection of stories around the Mercy Sisters who worked in Pawarenga, a Maori settlement on the Hokianga.

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