Some helps for the Indians a catechism in the language of the Quiripi Indians of New Haven colony by Abraham Pierson

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Published by Printed by M.H. Mallory & Co. in Hartford .

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  • Quinnipiac language -- Texts,
  • Quinnipiac Indians -- Missions

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Statementby the Rev. Abraham Pierson. Reprinted from the original edition, Cambridge, 1658. With an introduction, by J. Hammond Trumbull. From the Collections of the Connecticut Historical Society, vol. III.
ContributionsTrumbull, J. Hammond 1821-1897.
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LC ClassificationsPM2221.Z71 P5
The Physical Object
Pagination11, 67 p.
Number of Pages67
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Open LibraryOL6925235M
LC Control Number03006256
OCLC/WorldCa8863127

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