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P Language and literature (Go to start of category)
PM Indigeneous American and Artificial Languages (Go to start of category)
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 .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
PM854 .J63 1877 [Info] A Collection of Ojebway and English Hymns, for the Use of the Native Indians (Toronto: Printed for the Methodist Missionary Society, at the Methodist Conference Office, ca. 1877), trans. by Peter Jones, James Evans, and George Henry (multiple formats at
PM854 .W5 [Info] Shingwank Hymn Book (Sault Ste. Marie, ON: Printed by Indian boys at the Shingwauk Home, 1877), by Edward Francis Wilson (page images at
PM987 .H8 [Info] A Lecture on the Grammatical Construction of the Cree Language (London: Printed for the Society for Promoting Christian Knowledge, 1875), by James Hunter (multiple formats at
PM989 .M3 [Info] Primer and Language Lessons in English and Cree, by E. B. Glass, trans. by John McDougall (multiple formats at
PM1024 .G3 [Info] Abraham Lincoln Toni Kin, qa Aesop Tawoyake Kin: Life of Abraham Lincoln and Aesop's Fables (in Santee; Santee Agency, NE: A. L. Riggs, 1893), by James Garvie, Jennie W. Cox, and Eunice Kitto
PM1431 .Z71 1880 [Info] Szimimeie-s Jesus Christ: A Catechism of the Christian Doctrine in the Flat-head or Kalispel Language (1880), by Joseph Giorda (multiple formats at
PM1531 .Z5 1928 [Info] Vocabulary of the Kiowa Language (Smithsonian Bureau of American Ethnology Bulletin #84; Washington: GPO, 1928), by John Peabody Harrington
PM1611 .F7 [Info] Coos Texts, by Leo Joachim Frachtenberg (HTML with commentary at
PM1641 .H3 [Info] A Grammar of the Kwagiutl Language (Montreal: Dawson, 1889), by Alfred James Hall (multiple formats at
PM1641 .Z77 1934 [Info] Geographical Names of the Kwakiutl Indians (Columbia University Contributions to Anthropology v20; New York: Columbia University Press, 1934), by Franz Boas (page images at HathiTrust)
PM1645 .Z77 1882 [Info] Laguna Indian Translation of McGufeyf's New First Eclectic Reader (Laguna, NM: J. Menaul, 1882), by William Holmes McGuffey, trans. by John Menaul
PM1745 .M3 L5 1930 [Info] Mattole, an Athabaskan Language (Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 1930), by Fanggui Li (page images at HathiTrust)
PM1794 .R3 [Info] A First Reading Book in the Micmac Language: Comprising the Micmac Numerals, and the Names of the Different Kinds of Beasts, Birds, Fishes, Trees, &c. of the Maritime Provinces of Canada; Also, Some of the Indian Names of Places, and Many Familiar Words and Phrases Translated Literally Into English (1875), by Silas Tertius Rand (multiple formats at
PM1831 .C35 [Info] The Language of the Mississaga Indians of Skugog: A Contribution to the Linguistics of the Algonkian Tribes of Canada (1892), by Alexander Francis Chamberlain (multiple formats at
PM1882 .C5 1786 [Info] A Primer for the Use of the Mohawk Children: to Acquire the Spelling and Reading of Their Own, As Well As to Get Acquainted With the English Tongue; Which for That Purpose Is Put on the Opposite Page (London: Printed by C. Buckton, 1786), by Daniel Claus (multiple formats at
PM1882 .C5 1827 [Info] A Primer, for the Use of the Mohawk Children, to Acquire the Spelling, Reading and Writing of Their Own Tongue (Canadian edition, 1828), by Daniel Claus (multiple formats at
PM1883 .B92 1863 [Info] Radical Words of The Mohawk Language, with Their Derivatives (published as an appendix to an annual report of the regents of the State University of New York; Albany, NY: Comstock and Cassidy, 1863), by James Bruyas (page images at HathiTrust)
PM1884 .C56 1787 [Info] The Book of Common Prayer and Administration of the Sacraments and Other Rites and Ceremonies of the Church (new edition, in English and Mohawk, with Brant's translation of the Gospel of Mark; London: Printed by C. Buckton, 1787), by Church of England, contrib. by Joseph Brant

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