The morning and evening prayer, the litany, church catechism, family pra... Return to object viewer The morning and evening prayer, the litany, church catechism, family prayers, and several chapters of the Old and New-Testament, translated into the Mahaque Indian language Creator Claesse, Lawrence Freeman, Bernardus Andrews, William Place [New York] Publisher Printed by William Bradford in New-York Date 1715 Notes English and Mohawk title pages printed within single line bordersAdded title page in Mohawk reads: Ne orhoengene neoni yogaraskhagh yondereanayendaghkwa, ne ene niyoh raodeweyena, onoghsadogeaghtige yondadderighwanondoentha, siyagonnoghsode enyondereanayendaghkwagge, yotkade kapitelhogough ne karighwadaghkweagh Agayea neoni Ase Testament, neoni niyadegariwagge, ne Kanninggahaga Siniyewenoteagh. Tehoenwenadenyough Lawrance Claesse, rowenagaradatsk William Andrews, ronwanha-ugh ongwehoenwighne rodirighhoeni raddiyadanorough neoni ahoenwadigonuyosthagge thoderighwawaakhogk ne wahooni ararighhowanha niyoh raodeweyena niyadegoghwhenjage. Eghtseraggwas eghtjeeagh ne ongwehoonwe, neoni ne siyodoghwhenjooktannighhoegh etho ahadyeandough"This first edition is entirely in the Mohawk Indian language, except the English title, and the headings to the prayers. The translation by Lawrence Claesse, was based upon the translation in manuscript of Rev. Bernardus Freeman, which had been placed freely in the hands of the Rev. William Andrews by the Propogation Society for this use."--EvansSignatures: pi² A-K²; A-E² chi1 (E2 verso blank); L-U² W² X-2D² chi² (chi2 verso blank) Local notes John Carter Brown Library copy imperfect: p. 69-72 duplicated and bound in place of p. 73-76, which are reproduced in facsimile JCB Call Number DA715 .C561m Format Not fiction Printed Book Subject Indian linguistics, Mohawk language Mohawk language, Texts Indians of North America, Missions Imprint 1715 Language moheng Normalized Place of Publication New York United States 1.0X ? Dimensions 19 cm. (4to) Add to project Close notification Looks like you're on a mobile device To annotate, collaborate, and publish projects you need to switch to desktop.