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Abenaki | Wabanaki
Alternate forms: Abnaki
Date: circa 1756-1760 and undated
Type:Text
Extent: 3 items
Description: Part of a collection comprised of religious and linguistic materials in various Native American languages. Many were written by Jesuit missionaries of New France. These three items concern the Abenaki language and include linguistic and religious materials in French and Abenaki, including catechisms, hymns, canticles, parts of speech, etc. Originals in the archives of the Séminaire de Québec at the Université Laval [formerly the Séminaire de Québec] and the Archives de l'Archeveche de Quebec.
Collection: Selected materials, 1676-1930, on Indian linguistics (Mss.Film.453)

Algonquin | Innu | Inuit | Abenaki
Alternate forms: Eskimo, Montagnais
Language(s): French | Algonquin | Latin
Date: 1637-1847
Type:Text
Extent: 8 items
Description: Part of a collection comprised of religious and linguistic materials in various Native American languages. Many were written by Jesuit missionaries of New France, although Cuoq was Sulpician. These eight items primarly concern the Algonquin language and include linguistic and religious materials in French, Latin, and Algonquin such as prayers, hymns, canticles, music, catechisms, etc. A few items incorporate some Abenaki, Inuit, and Innu language material as well. There is also the 125-page Registre de Sillery 1637 a 1690 containing Native baptismal and confirmation records. Originals in the archives of the Séminaire de Québec at the Université Laval [formerly the Séminaire de Québec] and the Archives de l'Archeveche de Quebec.
Collection: Selected materials, 1676-1930, on Indian linguistics (Mss.Film.453)

Passamaquoddy | Maliseet | Abenaki | Penobscot
Alternate forms: Malecite
Language(s): English
Date: 1898-1899
Type:Text
Extent: 2 items
Description: Letters from John Dyneley Prince to the American Philosophical Society regarding his work on the Passamaquoddy. Prince requests copies of his article "Passamaquoddy Wampum Records" [see Proceedings of the American Philosophical Society 36 (1897): pages 479-495]; acknowledges receipt thereof; and writes again regarding a paper on Passamaquoddy witchcraft tales, his article on Passamaquoddy wampum records, and his study of the language and traditions of the eastern Algic tribes, particularly Abenakis, Passamaquoddies, and Penobscots. Mentions Daniel G. Brinton.
Collection: American Philosophical Society Archives (APS.Archives)