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Bible   in Mohawk

Bible [in Mohawk]

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Native American languages have been a central research interest at the Smithsonian since the late 1800s when anthropologist John Wesley Powell founded the Bureau of American Ethnology and (who is he?) James C. Pilling compiled his still-authoritative bibliographies on Native American linguistic...Read More
The Gospel according to Mark...in the language of the Dakotas - Wotanin waxte Markus owa kin dee

The Gospel According to Mark...in the Language of the Dakotas = Wotanin Waxte Markus Owa Kin Dee

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This is one of the earliest and rarest works in the Dakota (Sioux) language. The text includes all sixteen chapters of the gospel of Saint Mark. It was created by having missionary Thomas Williamson read from the Book of Mark in French, which was then translated into Dakota by Joseph Renville, the...Read More
Cover of Religion in the kitchen by Elizabeth Perez

Religion in the Kitchen

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This book is a truly original and innovative look into the often unknown and complex “micropractices” of preparing sacred foods that are important religious rituals in their own right. With her in-depth anthropological study of the traditions of Lucumi (popularly known as Santeria), Elizabeth Perez...Read More
Paratus

Sermones Parati de Tempore et de Sanctis

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This is a rare (only copy in America), first edition of a collection of sermons in Latin created by the Roman Catholic Church in the 15th century. More than likely, it was to provide standard, timely, and spiritual homilies appropriate to be performed at mass throughout the church year. Library...Read More