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Baraga, Frederick.

A THEORETICAL AND PRACTICAL GRAMMAR OF THE OTCHIPWE LANGUAGE, The Language Spoken by the Chippewa Indians; which is also Spoken by the Algonquin, Otawa and Potawatami Indians, with Little Difference. . .

Jabez Fox: Detroit 1850 6.5 x 4.5, black cloth, 576 pp, covers quite worn, spine missing, front cover detached but present, ex-lib froj the Nazareth Academy Library, title page torn in half and adhered to front fly with both pp detached, title page with inkstamp "Rev. Frank A. O'Brien," contents worn and spotted, but an exceedingly scarce grammar of the Ojibway language. Baraga was elevated to Bishop in 1853, and died in 1868.


Book Id: 98-8214

Price: $3,000.00

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