The Resource La-yia yekpe nanisia, : wotenga Mende-bela ti Kenye-lei hu., Nyegingo goma Inglisi ma, na nyegi lo Ngewo ngi koloi kenye wekeisia ma

La-yia yekpe nanisia, : wotenga Mende-bela ti Kenye-lei hu., Nyegingo goma Inglisi ma, na nyegi lo Ngewo ngi koloi kenye wekeisia ma

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La-yia yekpe nanisia, : wotenga Mende-bela ti Kenye-lei hu.
Title
La-yia yekpe nanisia,
Title remainder
wotenga Mende-bela ti Kenye-lei hu.
Statement of responsibility
Nyegingo goma Inglisi ma, na nyegi lo Ngewo ngi koloi kenye wekeisia ma
Creator
Contributor
Printer
Subject
Language
  • men
  • und
  • men
Cataloging source
NYP
Citation location within source
853
Citation source
Book of a thousand tongues (2nd ed.)
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Bible
Index
no index present
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
dictionaries
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1803-1889
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  • Schön, James Frederick
  • Ritchell, H.
  • Johnson, H.
  • British and Foreign Bible Society
  • Church Missionary Society
  • R. Clay, Sons, and Taylor
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  • Mende language
  • Mende (African people)
Label
La-yia yekpe nanisia, : wotenga Mende-bela ti Kenye-lei hu., Nyegingo goma Inglisi ma, na nyegi lo Ngewo ngi koloi kenye wekeisia ma
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Publication
Note
Matthew, Mark, and John were translated by James F. Schön, Church Missionary Society, and Harvey Ritchell, an African Christian; Luke, by a native, Henry Johnson, African pastor for the Church Missionary Society. Matthew and John were issued separately in 1871 and 1872
Extent
1 online resource (1 pages l., 106, 65, 111, 86 pages)
Form of item
online
Immediate source of acquisition
Massachusetts Bible Society,
Note
  • Sundanic family; Mande sub-family; Mendi (Mende) language; Sierra Leone, Africa locality--MBS bookplate.
  • Accession No.: 194--MBS bookplate.
  • Accession date: Oct. 23, 1929--MBS bookplate.
Specific material designation
remote
Label
La-yia yekpe nanisia, : wotenga Mende-bela ti Kenye-lei hu., Nyegingo goma Inglisi ma, na nyegi lo Ngewo ngi koloi kenye wekeisia ma
Link
Publication
Note
Matthew, Mark, and John were translated by James F. Schön, Church Missionary Society, and Harvey Ritchell, an African Christian; Luke, by a native, Henry Johnson, African pastor for the Church Missionary Society. Matthew and John were issued separately in 1871 and 1872
Extent
1 online resource (1 pages l., 106, 65, 111, 86 pages)
Form of item
online
Immediate source of acquisition
Massachusetts Bible Society,
Note
  • Sundanic family; Mande sub-family; Mendi (Mende) language; Sierra Leone, Africa locality--MBS bookplate.
  • Accession No.: 194--MBS bookplate.
  • Accession date: Oct. 23, 1929--MBS bookplate.
Specific material designation
remote

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