6 edition of Hymns, prayers and instruction in the Chipewyan language found in the catalog.
|Statement||by the Ven. Archdeacon Kirkby.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||2 microfiches (52 fr.).|
|Number of Pages||52|
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Get this from a library. Hymns, prayers and instruction in the Chipewyan language. [William West Kirkby, Rev.]. Get this from a library. Hymns, prayers and instruction in the Chipewyan language. [W W Kirkby]. They contain, translations of portions of the Book of Common Prayer, Hymns and other materials for religious instruction.
 S.P.G. Annual Report for the year (London, ), p. In the Venerable S.P.C.K. published: Portions of the Book of Common Prayer, Hymns, etc., in the Chipewyan language. Portions of the Book of common prayer, hymns, etc., in the Chipewyan language / by Archdeacon Kirkby ; adapted for the use of the Slavi Indians by W.C.
Bompas. London: Society for Promoting Christian Knowledge (Roman) CIHM Reeve, W.D. Hymns, prayers and instruction in the Chipewyan language [electronic resource] / (London: Society for Promoting Christian Knowledge, ), by W. Kirkby (page images at HathiTrust; US access only). A charming binding, a clean handsome book.
() "I wish she would write a Jalna book a year for the rest of her life" De la Roche, Mazo. The building of Jalna. Boston: Little, Brown & Co., 8vo.  ff. $ • Prayers and instruction in the Chipewyan language book U.S. edition, second printing, of this episode in Canadian writer De la Roche's multi-volume epic of Jalna.
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The Book of Ecclesiasticus (also Liber Ecclesiasticus; Church Book), one of the oldest apocryphal writings and the longest wisdom book, was composed in Hebrew around B.C.E., probably in Jerusalem. Manual of devotion and instruction in the Chipewyan language for the Indians of Churchill Hymns, prayers and instruction in the Chipewyan language.
Author Kirkby, W. (William West), hymns, etc., in the Chipewyan language. Author Church of England. Published The New testament. Kirby, William West [adapted for use by the Slavi Indians by W.C.
Bompas]. Portions of the Book of common prayer, hymns, etc., in the Chipewyan language. London: Society for Promoting Christian Knowledge. It is also available through Google Play. Kirby, William West. Hymns, prayers and instruction in the Chipewyan language.
London. Na Lei Kokoeliulivuti. Prayers in the Florida Language. London: Society for Promoting Christian Knowledge, Portions of the Book of Common Prayer in the Chipewyan Language. Adapted for the Use of the Slavi Indians by the Right Rev.
Bompas, D.D., Bishop of Athabasca. London: Society for Promoting Christian Knowledge, Chinese. From the preface: “This fifth edition of the Lonkundo Hymn Book is a result of the joint labor of the missionaries and the native Christians.” One of those missionaries was “Alice Ferren Hensey, –31, a talented musician and poet [she] translated many hymns and songs, and taught them to new Congo Christians” (Smith).
native language to English, a very valuable thing indeed. A very interesting hymnal Garth cataloged this month is this Chipewyan called Hymns, Prayers and Instruction in the Chipewyan Language.
It uses an alphabet developed by missionaries. The Chipewyan (Denésoliné or Dënesųłiné – “People of the barrens”) live in the region. Learn Gagauz language vocabulary of fruits - apprendre la langue et le vocabulaire gagaouze.
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Rasmuson Library Tanana Loop PO Box Fairbanks, Alaska [email protected] native language to English, a very valuable thing indeed. A very interesting hymnal Garth cataloged this month is this Chipewyan called Hymns, Prayers and Instruction in the Chipewyan Language.
It uses an alphabet developed by missionaries. The Chipewyan (Denésoliné or Dënesųłiné – “People of the barrens”) live in the region. The Old Latin Gospels - A Study of Their Texts and Language. the Oxford Early Christian Studies., Philip Burton Children and Spirituality - Searching for Meaning and Connectedness, Brendan Hyde.The Book of praise, or, hymns and tunes for public and social worship.
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