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PM551 .L374n [Info] New Familiar Abenakis and English Dialogues: The First Ever Published on the Grammatical System (1884), by Joseph Laurent (multiple formats at
PM605 .T665 1901 [Info] The Algonquian Series (10 volumes bound together in 2; New York: F. P. Harper, 1901), by William Wallace Tooker (page images at HathiTrust; US access only)
PM605 .T8 [Info] On Algonkin Names for Man, by J. Hammond Trumbull (multiple formats at
PM609 .T64 1904 [Info] Some Powhatan Names (reprinted from the American Anthropologist, 1904), by William Wallace Tooker
PM609 .T8 [Info] Notes on Forty Algonkin Versions of the Lord's Prayer (1873), by J. Hammond Trumbull (multiple formats at
PM751.6 .S6 1934 [Info] Catawba Texts (Columbia University Contributions to Anthropology v24; New York: Columbia University Press, 1934), by Frank G. Speck (page images at HathiTrust)
PM821 .J36 2009 [Info] Chimariko Grammar: Areal and Typological Perspective (Berkeley: University of California Press, c2009), by Carmen Jany (Javascript-dependent page images at UC Press)
PM831 .B7 [Info] Tsimshian Texts (1902), ed. by Franz Boas (HTML at
PM831 .B72 [Info] Tsimshian Texts (New Series) (1912), ed. by Franz Boas (HTML at
PM831 .Z73 [Info] Haida Songs, by John Reed Swanton (HTML at
PM844 .B63 [Info] Chinook Texts (English translations only), ed. by Franz Boas (HTML at
PM846 .H35 [Info] An International Idiom: A Manual of the Oregon Trade Language, or "Chinook Jargon" (London: Whittaker, 1890), by Horatio Hale (multiple formats at
PM847 .H65 2004 [Info] Chinook Jargon: The Hidden Language of the Pacific Northwest (2004), by Jim Holton (PDF files at
PM848 .D5 [Info] Chinook Dictionary, Catechism, Prayers and Hymns (1871), by Modeste Demers and Francis Norbert Blanchet (multiple formats at
PM848 .L4 1892 [Info] Chinook Vocabulary, Chinook-English: From the Original of Rt. Rev. Bishop Durieu, O.M.I., With the Chinook Words in Phonography (1892), by J. M. R. Le Jeune and Paul Durieu (multiple formats at
PM848 .L5 [Info] Practical Chinook Vocabulary: Comprising All & the Only Usual Words of That Wonderful Language Arranged in a Most Advantageous Order for the Speedily Learning of the Same, After the Plan of Right Rev. Bishop Durieu O.M.I., the Most Experienced Missionary & Chinook Speaker in British Columbia (Kamloops, BC: St. Louis' Mission, 1886), by J. M. R. Le Jeune (multiple formats at
PM848 .P75 [Info] Pocket Dictionary of the Chinook Jargon: the Indian Trading Language of Alaska, the Northwest Territory and the Northern Pacific Coast (San Francisco: Downing & Clark, 1898) (multiple formats at
PM848 .S5 [Info] The Chinook Jargon and How to Use It (Seattle: Rainier Printing Company, 1909), by George C. Shaw (multiple formats at
PM848 .T3 1889 [Info] Chinook As Spoken By the Indians of Washington Territory, British Columbia and Alaska; for the Use of Traders, Tourists and Others Who Have Business Intercourse With the Indians: Chinook-English, English-Chinook (Victoria, BC: M. W. Waitt, ca. 1889), by C. M. Tate (multiple formats at
PM848 .V7 [Info] Vocabulary of the Chinook Jargon: the Complete Language Used By the Indians of Oregon, Washington Territory and British Possessions (San Francisco : Hutchings & Rosenfield, 1860) (multiple formats at
PM852 .B6 [Info] Eastern Ojibwa: Grammatical Sketch, Texts and Word List (Ann Arbor: University of Michigan Press, 1957), by Leonard Bloomfield, ed. by Charles Francis Hockett (page images at HathiTrust)
PM852 .S85 [Info] Sketch of Grammar of the Chippeway Language, To Which Is Added a Vocabulary of Some of the Most Common Words (Cazenovia, NY: Press of J. F. Fairchild and Son, 1834), by John Summerfield (multiple formats at
PM852 .W465 1872 [Info] Familiar Phrases to Facilitate Conversation in the Indian Language (Wikwemikong Manitoulin Island, Ont., 1872)
PM852 .W6 [Info] The Ojebway Language: A Manual for Missionaries and Others Employed Among the Ojebway Indians, by Edward Francis Wilson (multiple formats at
PM854 .J3 [Info] O-Jib-Ue Spelling Book, Designed for the Use of Native Learners (second edition; Boston: American Board of Commissioners for Foreign Missions, 1835), by Edwin James, illust. by Abel Bowen and Nathaniel Dearborn

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