Grammar of the Pima or Névome, a language of Sonora, from a manuscript of the XVIII century / edited by Buckingham Smith.

By: Smith, Buckingham
Language: English Language: Spanish Language: French Publisher: New York : Cramoisy press, 1862.Description: [641]p. ; 33cm.
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In Spanish, or French, or English. - Title on spine, Pima Névome grammar. Consists of several sections, each with special t.p.: Arte de la lengua névome, que se dice pima, propia de Sonora: con la doctrina christiana y confesionario añadidos. San Augustín de la Florida, 1862. Vocabulario of the language of San Antonio Mission, California by Bonaparte Sitjar, New York, 1861. Vocabulary or phrase book of the Mutsun language of Alta California, 1862. Grammar and dictionary of the Yakama language by M.C. Pandosy, translated by Georges Gibbs and J.G. Shea, New York, 1862. Grammar of the Mutsun language spoken at the Mission of San Juan Bautista Alta California by Felipe Arroyo de la Cuesta, New York, 1861. Radical words of the Mohawk language with their derivatives by James Bruyas, New York, 1862. Alphabetical vocabularies of the Clallam and Lummi by George Gibbs, New York, 1863. Grammar of the Mikmaque language of Nova Scotia: edited from the manuscripts of the Abbé Maillard by Joseph M. Bellenger.