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collection of hymns for the use of native Christians of the Mohawk language

H. A. Hill

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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Published by Pub. by Lane & Scott, for the Missionary Society of the Methodist Episcopal Church in New-York .
Written in English

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

  • Edition Notes

    Other titlesNe karoron ne teyerihwahkwatha ...
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsPM1884 .H6 1850
    The Physical Object
    Pagination240 p.
    Number of Pages240
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL6969703M
    LC Control Number06017559
    OCLC/WorldCa5747399

    The best place is with Latin hymns. When chant was alive and thriving in liturgy, these were the most popular and the best-known of all the chants. With a . Latin liturgical rites, or Western liturgical rites, are Catholic liturgical rites employed by the Latin Church, the largest particular church sui iuris of the Roman Catholic Church, that originated in Europe where the Latin language once dominated. Its language is now known as Ecclesiastical most used rite is the Roman Rite.. The Latin rites were for many centuries no less .

    Or Second Advent Hymns; Designed for Meetings On The Second Coming Of Christ, A Choice Selection Of Hymns, Designed For The Use Of Second Advent Meetings Book Himes, Joshua Vaughan , Litch, Josiah Joshua V. Himes, Joshua V. . Amazing Grace: Amazing grace! how sweet the sound # The King of Kings: a choice collection of gospel songs, standard hymns, choruses, children's songs, solos, duets, and quartets together with responsive readings for use in evangelistic meetings.

      The books he published include A Delaware Indian and English Spelling-book, with an appendix containing the Lord’s Prayer, the Ten Commandments, some scripture passages, and a litany; A Collection of Hymns for the use of the Christian Indians written in the Delaware language, which includes the Easter, baptismal and burial litanies;, a.   [trans: The book of the Seven Nations, or Iroquois Prayer Book: to which is added, for the use of the Lake of Two Mountains mission, some hymns in the Algonquin language.] Rev. Jean André Cuoq. Pub. Montreal, The "Paroissien" is a French liturgical and devotional book described by Cabrol in his The Mass of the Western Rites as follows.


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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.

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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 hymns 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. New York: American Tract Society, Jamieson, Keith.

History of Six Nations Education. Brantford: The Woodland Indian Cultural Education Centre, Johnston, Basil. Ojibway Heritage. Toronto: McClelland.

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ISBN: William's native language was Mohawk and, as the first missionary who could preach to the Oneidas without a translator, he had rapid success in converting a large portion of the tribe to Christianity. His formal education and ability to read and write in the English language were somewhat deficient.

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The Christian bible translated into the Papago-Pima language. Two-sided, 30 minutes each side. BS O65x The American Indian Oral History Collection [sound recordings], s.l., n.d. A collection of 30 cassettes offering a broad account of the experiences of being : Joyce Martin.Jones’s first hymn book of was sufficiently successful that in the second, enlarged edition ofMohawk and Chippewa hymns were printed in separate volumes, each with a number of dual-language hymns (printed on facing pages as in this example) followed by a number of English hymns especially for the use of children in the missionary schools.Jones's earliest works were translations of Methodist hymns.

These collections were published by the New York Conference beginning in The title page of this first publication, Collection of Hymns for the Use of Native Christians of the Iroquois, lists "Peter Jones" as the translator.