collection of hymns for the use of native Christians of the Mohawk language to which are added a number of hymns for Sabbath schools. by H. A. Hill

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  • Hymns, Mohawk.,
  • Mohawk language -- Texts.

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Other titlesNe karoron ne teyerihwahkwatha ...
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LC ClassificationsPM1884 .H6 1850
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Pagination240 p.
Number of Pages240
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Open LibraryOL6969703M
LC Control Number06017559
OCLC/WorldCa5747399

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This is a reproduction of a book published before This book may have occasional imperfections such as missing or blurred pagesAuthor: Iroquois Nation. A collection of hymns for the use of native Christians of the Mohawk language; to which are added a number of hymns for Sabbath-schools. A collection of hymns for the use of native Christians who speak the Mohawk language.

(Ottawa: Government Printing Bureau, printed for the Six Nation Indians, ), by Iroquois Nation and Canada, trans. by H. Hill (page images at HathiTrust; US access only). A collection of hymns for the use of native Christians who speak the Mohawk language.

(Ottawa: Government Printing Bureau, printed for the Six Nation Indians, ), by Iroquois Nation and Canada, trans.

by H. Hill (page images at HathiTrust; US access only) Ne kaghyadonghsera ne royadadokengdy ne Isaiah. Early Publications in American Indian Languages.

A collection of hymns for the use of native Christians who speak the Mohawk language Hill, H. Government Printing Bureau, printed for the Six Nation Indians A first reading book in the Micmac language: comprising the Micmac numerals, and the names of the different kinds of beasts.

Ne karoron ne teyerihwahkwatha igen ne enyontste ne yagorihwiyoghstonh kanyengehaga kaweanondahkon: oni ohnagen non ka kahyaton yotkate teyerihwahkwatha ne exhaogon ah enyontste ji yondaderihonnyeanitha = A collection of hymns for the use of native Christians of the Mohawk language: to which are added a number of hymns for the use of Sabbath schools.

The American Libraries collection includes material contributed from across the United States. a tribute to congregational music in four-part harmonies, also adapted to any book of Psalms and hymns.

by Waterbury, Julius Henry. A collection of hymns for the use of native Christians who speak the Mohawk language. Added title page in English: A Collection of collection of hymns for the use of native Christians of the Mohawk language book for the use of native Christians who speak the Mohawk language Pages and in Mohawk and English on opposite pages numbered in duplicate Without music Translation attributed to Henry Aaron Hill--National Union Catalog, pre imprints Includes indexesPages: Bunong language Christian Church Hymn book / Blue Hardcover / Song book for Worship with musical notes / Hymnbook in the Bunong Language / Great for Cambodian Christians & Churches / K / C&MA Mission.

A Collection of Hymns for the use of Native Christians of the Mohawk Language, to which are added a number of Hymns for Sabbath-Schools. New York: American Tract Society, Jamieson, Keith. History of Six Nations Education. Brantford: The Woodland Indian Cultural Education Centre, 9.—A collection of Hymns for the use of Native Christians, in the Mohawk language.

New York: D. Fanshaw. 18mo. SECTION II.—ONEIDA. —A Prayer Book, comprising the morning and evening service, and other forms used in the Protestant Episcopal Church of the United States. New York: Swords, Stanford & Co: D. Fanshaw. MSS Folder: The Deaf, Visible Speech, Mohawk Language, Source Collection Alexander Graham Bell family papers, A Collection of Hymns for the use of Native Christians of the Mohawk Language, to which are added a number of Hymns for Sabbath-Schools.

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