Arapahoe Gospel of Luke

This is the earliest portion printed in this language, which belongs to the Algonquin family, and is spoken by Indians tribes in Wyoming. Translated by J. Roberts, of the Shoshona Mission of the Protestant Episcopal Church of America. (from the Darlow & Moule entry 1773)


Title: Hethadenee Waunauyaunee Vadan Luke Vanenana. The Gospel According to St. Luke. New York: American Bible Society, Instituted in the Year MDCCCXVI. 1903. [Arapahoe Luke, 18mo.]
Date: 1903
Publisher: American Bible Society: New York
Language: Arapahoe
Contents: Gospel of Luke
Facsimile: A facsimile is available on Google books.
References: Book of a Thousand Tongues (1972) entry 57, Darlow & Moule 1773.
Images: Cover, Title page

Translation History

1903 Luke

Translated by J. Roberts, Protestant Episcopal missionary, and Michael White Hawk.

— From The Book of a Thousand Tongues entry 57.


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