Oeuvres de Don Barthélemi de las Casas, évêque de Chiapa, défenseur de la liberté des naturels de l'Amérique : précédées de sa vie, et accompagnées de notes historiques, additions, développemens, etc., etc. : avec portrait / par J.-A. Llorente
Contents as follows: Slavery; Origins, migrations, etc; "Algonquian appellations of the Amerindian tribes and peoples." (A.F.C ?) "Ditmarsh dialect and modern English; Mohawk words; Algonquian words in English. (A.F.C. ?) "Some radicals of the Kootenay language." (A.F.C. ?) Algonquian plant and fruit names (A.F.C. ?); Counting; "Removal by whites of Indians from America." (A.F.C ?); Kutenai notes; Chinese vocabulary (1891); Trail in Illinois; South America (Bibliography); Trumbull, Bibliographic linguistic material.
NAA MS 3447
Algonquian appellations of the Amerindian tribes and peoples
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Scope and Contents:
Included in the report are the Cherokee system of government, the status of Cherokee loyalty, and the American Baptist mission work, including also brief references regarding the Choctaw, Chickasaw, Creek, Seminole, Osage, Delaware and Shawnee.
Biographical / Historical:
Reference: C. C. Royce, "The Cherokee Nation of Indians," 5th BAE-AR (1883-84). J. B. Jones, a Baptist missionary was engaged in promulgating anti-slavery sentiments among the Cherokees in 1860 (pages 324-35), and subsequently, represented the Cherokee Nation as one of the delegates to Washington for the Treaty of July 19, 1866 (page 334).