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Published by s.n. in [Boston? .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Statementby Jonathan Edwards
SeriesCIHM/ICMH Microfiche series = CIHM/ICMH collection de microfiches -- no. 47086, CIHM/ICMH microfiche series -- no. 47086
The Physical Object
FormatMicroform
Pagination2 microfiches (57 fr.).
Number of Pages57
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL24631618M
ISBN 10066547086X

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Edwards' Observations on the Mohegan language --Comparative vocabulary of various dialects of the Lenape (or Delaware) stock of North American languages: together with a specimen of the Winnebago (or Nipegon) language --Postscript --Index of Mohegan and other Indian words, explained in Edwards' Observations.

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Edwards, Jonathan, 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.

He established a school among the Montauk Indians in Long Island,where he continued for ten years. Sabin. JCB has 2 copies; copy 2 lacks “Observations on the language of the Muhhekaneew Indians” with Indian language content.

To access digital facsimile copy of copy 1 of the book, click here. To which is added, A short account of the late spread of the gospel among the Indians ; also, Observations on the language of the Muhhekaneew Indians, communicated to the Connecticut Society of Arts and Sciences / by Jonathan Edwards 1: 7 |a Mr.

During the ’s and ’s, the European invasion of North America intensified. With the growing interest in the continent and its aboriginal inhabitants, numerous books were published. A sermon at the execution of Moses Paul, an Indian who had been guilty of murder, preached at New Haven in America.

By Samson Occom, a native Indian, To which is added a short account of the late spread of the Gospel, among the Indians. Also Observations on the language of the Muhhekaneew Indians; by Jonathan Edwards, D.D. Abstract. The earliest studies of North American Indian languages were made in colonial times by missionaries.

Two scholars of this period stand out: John Eliot, an Englishman who came to Boston in and Roger Williams, also English, who arrived at about the same coinclassifier.club by: 3. The Cherokee singing book. Indian and English Dictionary. 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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One of the most interesting linguistic records from the 's, despite its brevity, is Jonathan Edwards' Observations on the Language of the Muhhekaneew Indians (). While not a complete grammatical treatment of Mahican, his text is one of the better works of the era, all the more valuable for his native command of the language.

--Ives Goddard in "The Description of the Native Languages of of North America before Boas," Handbook of North American Indians, Vol. 17, p. One of the most interesting linguistic records from the 's, despite its brevity, is Jonathan Edwards' Observations on the Language of the Muhhekaneew Indians ().

While not a complete. English Letters and Indian Literacies Wyss, Hilary E. Published by University of Pennsylvania Press Wyss, Hilary E.

A History of the Book in America: Vol. 1—The Colo­ Edwards, Jonathan, Jr. “Observations on the Language of the Muhhekaneew Indians.” MHS Collections, Boston,2nd series, vol.

10, 84– Ehle, coinclassifier.club by: Observations on the Language of the Muhhekaneew Indians. My reason for discussing Skinner's book in such detail was that it was the most careful and thoroughgoing presentation of such. Mohican Language.

Observations on the Language of the Muhhekaneew Indians (London: W. Justins, ). The author of this short work, Jonathan Edwards (), grew up in the Indian community of Stockbridge, Massachusetts, where his father was a missionary. 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.

New-Haven: Josiah Meigs, Jan 03,  · The Samson Occom Papers at the Connecticut Historical Society is one of the largest holdings related to Occom in the US.

The items include letters, petitions, a diary, a donation book, sermons and speeches given by Occom, letters from his wife Mary, and sermons preached by his son in law Joseph Johnson. Samson Occom () Samson Occom was a Native American minister, missionary, and writer whose influence helped promote more intimate ties between Native American and European culture.

Born on a Mohegan settlement in southeastern Connecticut, Occom’s mother was a direct descendant of the Mohegan leader, Uncas. Fifty Key Thinkers on Language and Linguistics By Margaret Thomas. Edwards, Jonathan. Observations on the Language of the Muhhekaneew Indians.

New Haven, Ct.: Josiah Meigs. Eliot, John. [] A Grammar of the Massachusetts Indian Language. A new edition with notes and observations by Peter S. Du Ponceau, LL.D. and an Introduction. Henry J. Van Lennep notebook of sermons written in Armenian with notes in English regarding when and where each sermon was preached.

Fifty-three sermons are included, and the book is labeled as Volume 1. At the end of the book is an index to the sermons, in English. The Online Books Page. Online Books by. Jonathan Edwards (Edwards, Jonathan, ) A Wikipedia article about this author is available.

Edwards, Jonathan, The Salvation of All Men Strictly Examined (second edition; Boston: C. Ewer and T. Bedlingon, ) (multiple formats at coinclassifier.club) Help with reading books-- Report a bad link-- Suggest a new listing.

Occom, Samson, ,Rippon, John, ,Edwards, Jonathan, Observations on the language of the Muhhekaneew Indians,Indigenous Languages Digitization Project. A sermon at the execution of Moses Paul, an Indian who had been guilty of murder, preached at New Haven in America by Samson Occom, a native Indian, and missionary to the Indians, who was in England in andcollecting for the Indian charity schools, to which is added a short account of the late spread of the Gospel among the Indians.

The Memory of All Ancient Customs Midtrød, Tom Arne Published by Cornell University Press Midtrød, Tom Arne. Observations on the Language of the Muhhekaneew Indians. New Haven: Josiah Meigs, “Observations of the Indians from Jasper Danckaerts’s Journal, –” William and Mary Quarterly, 3rd ser., (): –Cited by: 9.

Observations on the language of the Muhhekaneew Indians: The parlement of pratlers a series of Elizabethan dialogues and monologues illustrating daily life and the conduct of a gentleman on the grand tour, extracted from Ortho-epia Gallica, a book on the corect pronunciation of the French language written by Iohn Eliot, and published in the.

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Observations on the Language of the Muhhekaneew Indians Jonathan Edwards. Written by the famous theologian who ministered to the Indians at Stockbridge, Massachusetts. The text describes the extent of the language in North America, traces its genius grammatically, shows some of its peculiarities and its instances of analogy with Hebrew.

Sold. Letter not found. Jonathan Edwards (–) published his Observations on the Language of the Muhhekaneew Indians in New Haven ina copy of which was in GW’s library at his death.

From the age of 6 to 11, Edwards lived with a tribe of the Mohican Indians in Stockbridge and learned their language while his celebrated father was serving as a missionary to them. A Mishomis Book, is not only a coloring book, it is a book about Ojibway history and culture.

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The American Language Reprint Series. coinclassifier.club order page. Observations on the Mahican Language. One of the more interesting linguistic records from the 's, despite its brevity, is Jonathan Edwards' Observations on the Language of the Muhhekaneew Indians ().

While not a complete grammatical treatment of Mahican, his text is one of. American Indian Languages in the Eyes of 17th-Century French and British Missionaries. in his phra se book of and Jean de Observations on the language of the Muhhekaneew Indians. 6) Jonathan Edwards (the younger) () Son of the first Jonathan Edwards.

American Christian theologian and linguist, author of Observations on the Language of the Muhhekaneew and The Salvation of All Men Strictly Examined 7) Jonathan Edwards (does photo books of cars) Sprite and Midget. Edwards also ranked high as a philologist, and his "Observations on the Language of the Muhhekaneew Indians," etc., elicited the enthusiastic praises of Humboldt.

Nearly all his published writings were reprinted in two octavo volumes, edited, with a memoir, by Tryon Edwards (Andover, ). “Nector [speaking to Bernadette] could have told her, having drunk down the words of Nanapush, that comfort is not security and money in the hand disappears.

Towards a History of Americanist Linguistics KONRAD KOERNER University of Ottawa Introductory Observations The past 15 or more years have witnessed the recognition of the history of linguistics as a bona fide academic subject; indeed, given the existence of several journals and monograph series exclusively devoted to the subject.INDEX.

The Numerals Refer to the Separate Entries. Aaron Joseph. Key to the Hebrew Language,No. Aaron's Voice,No. Aaronsburgh Lottery, 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 (New Haven: Josiah Meigs, ).