Literature of the Indian Languages A Bibliographical Catalogue of Books, Translations of the Scriptures, and Other Publications in the Indian Tongues of the United States, With Brief Critical Notes
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Literature of the Indian Languages A Bibliographical Catalogue of Books, Translations of the Scriptures, and Other Publications in the Indian Tongues of the United States, With Brief Critical Notes

By Henry Rowe Schoolcraft
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  • LITERATURE OF THE INDIAN LANGUAGES.
  • SYNOPSIS.
  • CHAPTER I. BOOKS AND TRANSLATIONS IN THE SEVERAL DIALECTS OF THE IROQUOIS.
    • SECTION I.—MOHAWK.
    • SECTION II.—ONEIDA.
    • SECTION III.—SENECA.
  • CHAPTER II. BOOKS AND TRANSLATIONS IN THE VARIOUS DIALECTS OF THE ALGONQUIN.
    • SECTION I.—CHIPPEWA, OR ODJIBWA.
    • SECTION II.—OTTAWA.
    • SECTION III.—POTTAWATTOMIE.
    • SECTION IV.—MOHEGAN. BOOKS AND TRANSLATIONS IN THE MOHEGAN, MOHAEKANUC, OR STOCKBRIDGE LANGUAGE.
    • SECTION V.—MONTAGNAIS, OR MOUNTAINEERS. BOOKS AND TRANSLATIONS IN THE MONTAGNAIS.
    • SECTION VI.—DELAWARE. BOOKS AND TRANSLATIONS IN THE DELAWARE, OR LENNO-LEANPI LANGUAGE.
    • SECTION VII.—SHAWANOE.
    • SECTION VIII.—ABANAKIS.
  • CHAPTER III.—APPALACHIAN.
    • SECTION I.—CHEROKEE. BOOKS AND TRANSLATIONS IN THE LANGUAGE OF THE CHEROKEES.
    • SECTION II. BOOKS AND TRACTS IN THE CHOCTAW.
    • SECTION III. BOOKS AND TRANSLATIONS IN THE CREEK OR MUSCOGEE.
  • CHAPTER IV. BOOKS, TRACTS AND TRANSLATIONS IN THE DACOTA.
    • SECTION I.—SIOUX, OR DACOTA PROPER.
    • SECTION II.—WINNEBAGO.
    • SECTION III. BOOKS AND TRANSLATIONS IN THE IOWA LANGUAGE.
    • SECTION IV.—OTOE.
    • SECTION V.—OSAGE: WASHASHE.
  • CHAPTER V.—SA-APTINIC.
    • SECTION I.—NEZ PERCES: SA-APTIN.
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