The Resource Vocabulary of the Massachusetts (or Natick) Indian language, by Josiah Cotton

Vocabulary of the Massachusetts (or Natick) Indian language, by Josiah Cotton

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Vocabulary of the Massachusetts (or Natick) Indian language
Title
Vocabulary of the Massachusetts (or Natick) Indian language
Statement of responsibility
by Josiah Cotton
Creator
Contributor
Subject
Language
  • engalg
  • eng
Cataloging source
DLC
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1680-1756
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Cotton, Josiah
Index
no index present
LC call number
PM1738
LC item number
.C7
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
dictionaries
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1777-1846
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Pickering, John
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  • Massachuset language
  • Massachuset language
Label
Vocabulary of the Massachusetts (or Natick) Indian language, by Josiah Cotton
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Publication
Note
  • p. 113 erroneously numbered 112
  • Separate issue of the vocabulary edited for the first time by J. Pickering from a manuscript compiled by the Hon. Josiah Cotton (bearing dates 1707 and 1708) and published in the "Collections of the Massachusetts historical society." 3d ser., vol.II (1830) p. [147]-257. Some copies retain the original paging. cf. Advertisement signed J. D. [i. e. John Davis] and "Notice of the manuscript; with remarks on the author's orthography and the pronunciation of the language," signed J. P. [i. e. John Pickering] p. 4-7; and Pilling. Bibl. of the Algonguian languages
  • The Appendix (p. 100-113) contains "Examples from the Indian primer" of 1720 (being words of from one to fifteen syllables) ; two versions ofthe Lord's prayer from Eliot's Bible, and two from the Indian primer; "The ten commandments, from the Indian primer"; "A sermon preached by Josiah Cotton to the Massachusetts Indians in 1710"; "Extracts from a sermon in English and Indian ; the English part being in the hand-writing of Josiah Cotton, and the Indian in that of his father, John Cotton."
Extent
1 online resource (112 (ie 113) pages)
Form of item
online
Specific material designation
remote
Label
Vocabulary of the Massachusetts (or Natick) Indian language, by Josiah Cotton
Link
Publication
Note
  • p. 113 erroneously numbered 112
  • Separate issue of the vocabulary edited for the first time by J. Pickering from a manuscript compiled by the Hon. Josiah Cotton (bearing dates 1707 and 1708) and published in the "Collections of the Massachusetts historical society." 3d ser., vol.II (1830) p. [147]-257. Some copies retain the original paging. cf. Advertisement signed J. D. [i. e. John Davis] and "Notice of the manuscript; with remarks on the author's orthography and the pronunciation of the language," signed J. P. [i. e. John Pickering] p. 4-7; and Pilling. Bibl. of the Algonguian languages
  • The Appendix (p. 100-113) contains "Examples from the Indian primer" of 1720 (being words of from one to fifteen syllables) ; two versions ofthe Lord's prayer from Eliot's Bible, and two from the Indian primer; "The ten commandments, from the Indian primer"; "A sermon preached by Josiah Cotton to the Massachusetts Indians in 1710"; "Extracts from a sermon in English and Indian ; the English part being in the hand-writing of Josiah Cotton, and the Indian in that of his father, John Cotton."
Extent
1 online resource (112 (ie 113) pages)
Form of item
online
Specific material designation
remote

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