Johnny Moses, from the Nootka Indian tribe, told the story of what happened in his tribe when the first British missionaries tried to take over and convert the Indians back in the 1800s. It took the priest years to learn the language. "And when he did, he began to preach. The people were sorry," said Johnny Moses, "they taught him our language. "He spoke in an English dialect. He told our people about hell. No one knew what hell was. "They asked the priest where hell was, and he told them it was the place where bad people went. "Well, our elders told the priest that our ancestors had never given us directions to hell, so none of us had ever been there. "Then the priest told us that he would baptize us and that we would have to go to confession once a week and eat fish on Friday. "There was a very old man in our village. The priest baptized him and named him Anthony. The priest told Anthony that he would have to go to confession once a week and eat fish on Friday. "Anthony asked the priest what was Friday? "Some time later, the people of the village said Anthony was not going to confession. So the priest went to see him. It was a Friday. "When he found Anthony, the old man was cooking deer meat. "The priest asked him why he was eating deer meat, and Anthony told the priest that he was a very old man, and that he had shot the deer with his bow and arrow. "He told the priest that although he was very weak, he dragged the deer to the river. There, he baptized the deer. And named him Fish in the name of the Father, Son and Holy Spirit.