The Indian of New-England, and the north-eastern provinces : a sketch of the life of an Indian hunter, ancient traditions relating to the Etchemin tribe, their modes of life, fishing, hunting, &c.; with vocabularies in the Indian and English, giving the

; Tenesles, Nicola
Middletown, Conn. : Charles H. Pelton, printer, 1851.

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Other Authors Tenesles, Nicola.
Subjects Indians of North America -- New England.
Micmac language.
Passamaquoddy language.
Description 24 p. ; 21 cm.
Notes Attributed to Joseph Barratt.
"Key to the Indian language of New-England" : p. 15-24. This is a slight enlargement of the 8 p. "Key" of which 500 copies had been printed in the previous year. That edition having been already exhausted, the author was induced to republish it, with the addition of some new material, under the above title.
Sabin 94680, 1st ed.
Note "To the reader," on verso of t.p. is signed "J.B." and dated September 18, 1851.
After date: "Price 25 Cents."
Network Numbers (OCoLC)15181196
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