ANTIQUARIAN BIBLES
I:  ENGLISH-LANGUAGE BIBLES, TESTAMENTS, & “PARTS” (Part A)  (Part B)
II:  POLYGLOTS & ANCIENT LANGUAGES   |    III:  NATIVE AMERICAN LANGUAGES
IV:  MODERN LANGUAGES NOT ENGLISH OR AMERIND 
V: 
BIBLE STUDY AIDS, COMMENTARY, & “RELATED”
(Part A)  (Part B)
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NATIVE AMERICAN LANGUAGES
A CATALOGUE ORDERED BY DATE
   

The First Choctaw New Testament
Bible.  N.T. Choctaw. Wright-Byington. 1848.  The New Testament of our Lord and Saviour Jesus Christ, translated into the Choctaw language. Pin chitokaka pi okchalinchi Chisus Klaist in Testament Himona, chahta anumpta atoshowa hoke. New York: American Bible Society, 1848. 12mo (18.1 cm, 7.1"). 818 pp.
$2275.00
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Author/Compiler's Presentation Copy
Rand, Silas Tertius.  A first reading book in the Micmac language: comprising the Micmac numerals, and the names of the different kinds of beasts, birds, fishes, trees, &c. of the maritime provinces of Canada. Also, some of the Indian names of places, and many familiar words and phrases, translated literally into English. Halifax: Nova Scotia Printing Company, 1875. 16mo (17 cm, 6.5"). 108 pp. [also bound in] Bible. N.T. Matthew. Micmac. Rand. 1871. Pela Kesagunoodumumkawa tan tula uksakumamenoo westowoolkw Sasoogoole Clistawit ootenink. Megumoweesimk. Chebooktook: Megumagea Ledakun-weekugemkawa moweome, 1871. 126 pp.
$900.00
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