The Ojebway Language: A Manual for Missionaries and Others Employed Among the Ojebway Indians in Three Parts – – – Part I: The Grammar; Part II: Dialogue and Exercises; Part II: The Dictionary

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Wilson, Rev. Edward F. (1844-1915)

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Wilson, Rev. Edward F. (1844-1915). The Ojebway Language: A Manual for Missionaries and Others Employed Among the Ojebway Indians in Three Parts – – – Part I: The Grammar; Part II: Dialogue and Exercises; Part II: The Dictionary. Toronto: Originally published by Roswell and Hutchison for the Venerable Society for Promoting Christian Knowledge (S.P.C.K.) in 1874, 1975. Reprinted at the Request of [the] Department of Indian Affairs and Northern Development. pp. v, 412. Small square 8vo. Light yellow card covers. Small sticker residue to the bottom left corner of the front cover, one very small circular library stamp of the Archives of the O.M.I. of Ottawa to the title page (unaffecting text) otherwise the contents remain free of any markings; bright, clean, and unmarked; very good+ to near fine. Rare in commerce. See Banks p. 132 & An Annotated Bibliography of Aboriginal Language Resources in Manitoba, p. 72.6. Softcover. (#1602) $560.00