The Resource Observations on the language of the Muhhekaneew Indians; : in which the extent of that language in North-America is shewn; its genius is grammatically traced; some of its peculiarities, and some instances of analogy between that and the Hebrew are pointed out., Communicated to the Connecticut Society of Arts and Sciences, and published at the request of the Society. By Jonathan Edwards, D.D. pastor of a church in New Haven, and a member of the Connecticut Society of Arts and Sciences

Observations on the language of the Muhhekaneew Indians; : in which the extent of that language in North-America is shewn; its genius is grammatically traced; some of its peculiarities, and some instances of analogy between that and the Hebrew are pointed out., Communicated to the Connecticut Society of Arts and Sciences, and published at the request of the Society. By Jonathan Edwards, D.D. pastor of a church in New Haven, and a member of the Connecticut Society of Arts and Sciences

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Observations on the language of the Muhhekaneew Indians; : in which the extent of that language in North-America is shewn; its genius is grammatically traced; some of its peculiarities, and some instances of analogy between that and the Hebrew are pointed out.
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Observations on the language of the Muhhekaneew Indians;
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in which the extent of that language in North-America is shewn; its genius is grammatically traced; some of its peculiarities, and some instances of analogy between that and the Hebrew are pointed out.
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Communicated to the Connecticut Society of Arts and Sciences, and published at the request of the Society. By Jonathan Edwards, D.D. pastor of a church in New Haven, and a member of the Connecticut Society of Arts and Sciences
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  • engmul
  • eng
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  • 21971
  • N68134
  • 125
  • III:3273
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  • Bookseller's Advertisement: p. [1], 2nd group
  • Sabin
  • ESTC
  • Pilling, J.C. Algonquian
  • Brown, J.C. Cat., 1493-1800
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1745-1801
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Edwards, Jonathan
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  • Mohegan language
  • Mohegan language
  • Mohegan language
  • Shawnee language
  • Ojibwa language
  • Mohawk language
  • Mahican language
  • Algonquian languages
  • Algonquian languages
  • Stockbridge Indians
  • Mahican Indians
  • Indian linguistics
  • Indian linguistics
  • Indian linguistics
  • Indian linguistics
  • Indian linguistics
  • Booksellers' catalogs
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Observations on the language of the Muhhekaneew Indians; : in which the extent of that language in North-America is shewn; its genius is grammatically traced; some of its peculiarities, and some instances of analogy between that and the Hebrew are pointed out., Communicated to the Connecticut Society of Arts and Sciences, and published at the request of the Society. By Jonathan Edwards, D.D. pastor of a church in New Haven, and a member of the Connecticut Society of Arts and Sciences
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  • Primarily a discussion of the Mohegan language and grammar and a lesser discussion of comaprative grammar and vocabulary of the Algonquian languages; includes a comparative glossary of words in English, Mohegan and Shawnee, p. 6, and another comparative glossary of words in English, Mohegan and Chippewau [the Ojibwa language], p. 7; includes vocabulary for numerals 1-10 in Mohegan and Mohawk, p. 8; and the Lord's Prayer in the Mohegan language and in the language of the Six Nations [in the Mahican language], p. 8-9
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  • Errors in paging: p. iv misumbered v
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1 online resource (15, [1] pages)
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Observations on the language of the Muhhekaneew Indians; : in which the extent of that language in North-America is shewn; its genius is grammatically traced; some of its peculiarities, and some instances of analogy between that and the Hebrew are pointed out., Communicated to the Connecticut Society of Arts and Sciences, and published at the request of the Society. By Jonathan Edwards, D.D. pastor of a church in New Haven, and a member of the Connecticut Society of Arts and Sciences
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  • Primarily a discussion of the Mohegan language and grammar and a lesser discussion of comaprative grammar and vocabulary of the Algonquian languages; includes a comparative glossary of words in English, Mohegan and Shawnee, p. 6, and another comparative glossary of words in English, Mohegan and Chippewau [the Ojibwa language], p. 7; includes vocabulary for numerals 1-10 in Mohegan and Mohawk, p. 8; and the Lord's Prayer in the Mohegan language and in the language of the Six Nations [in the Mahican language], p. 8-9
  • Signatures: [A]
  • Errors in paging: p. iv misumbered v
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1 online resource (15, [1] pages)
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