5 edition of Mission work among the Indian tribes in the forests of Guiana. found in the catalog.
|Statement||By the Rev. W. H. Brett. Published under the direction of the Tract Committee.|
|Contributions||Society for Promoting Christian Knowledge (Great Britain). Tract Committee.|
|LC Classifications||F2380 .B824|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xii, 260 p.|
|Number of Pages||260|
|LC Control Number||15024993|
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Mission work among the Indian tribes in the forests of Guiana by Brett, W. (William Henry), ; Society for Mission work among the Indian tribes in the forests of Guiana.
book Christian Knowledge (Great Britain). Tract CommitteePages: Full text of "Mission work among the Indian tribes in the forests of Guiana" See other formats. Mission work among the Indian tribes in the forests of Guiana. London, Society for Promoting Christian Knowledge; New York, E. & J.B. Young and Co.
 (OCoLC) Excerpt from Mission Work Among the Indian Tribes in the Forests of Guiana Dwellers in trees - Squalid habits - Curious legends - Their chiefs Polygamy Repulse of Christian teachers F avourable change Translation committee - Efi'ect of illustrations Gradual elevation and advance in decency, : W.
Brett. ISBN: OCLC Number: Notes: Spine title: Mission work in Guiana. Half title: Mission work in the forests of Guiana. Reproduction Notes. Mission work among the indian tribes in the forests of guiana Users without a subscription are not able to see the full content.
Please, subscribe or login to access all content. William Henry Brett (Decem – Febru ) was an English missionary in British Guiana. He was born in Dover and, following the death of his father, he was raised by his grandfather.
At the age of thirteen or fourteen, Brett became a Sunday school teacher. He was recommended to the Society for the Propagation of the Gospel by the Reverend Thomas Medland, the curate of his.
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N ORTH A MERICAN W. Mission Work among the Indian Tribes in the Forests of Guiana. [’81]. Illus. Map. —— Indian Missions in Guiana. ’ 8vo. B RINTON, D. The Linguistic Cartography of the Chaco Region. Philadelphia, ’ Map. 8vo. —— Studies. Rev William H Brett collected and recorded Legends and Myths Of The Aboriginal Indians Of British Guiana (), along with Mission Work Among.
Brett was the author of several books. One of his books was A Short Grammar of the Language of the Arawak Indians which was published in His other Mission work among the Indian tribes in the forests of Guiana. book include Guiana Legends,The Indian Tribes of Guiana, Legends and Myths of the Aboriginal Indians of British Guiana and Mission Work among the Indian Tribes.
Mission work among the Indian tribes in the forests of Guiana by: Brett, W. Published: () A brief appraisal of ground-water conditions in the coastal artesian basin of British Guiana, South America / by: Worts, G.
Published: (). Mission work among the Indian tribes in the forests of Guiana by: Brett, W. Published: () Mission among the Blackfeet, by: Harrod, Howard L., Published: (). Guyana (/ ɡ aɪ ˈ ɑː n ə / or / ɡ aɪ ˈ æ n ə /), officially the Co-operative Republic of Guyana, is a country on the northern mainland of South is the only English speaking country in South America, although the majority of the population, speak Guyanese Creole, an English-based creole language, as a first language, and is culturally considered part of the Anglophone Capital and largest city: Georgetown, 6°46′N.
Mission work among the Indian tribes in the forests of Guiana. book This book contains: Voabulary of 82 Nouns and Numerals in the four Indian Languages of British Guiana (Arawaak, Accaway, Garibisce, Warow).
The above appears as Notices of the Indians settled in the Interior of British Guiana, in the " Journal of the Royal Geographical Society of Cited by: 1. MISSION WORK AMONG THE INDIAN TRIBES IN THE FORESTS OF GUIANA London () Society for Promoting Christian Knowledge. Hardcover, Small octavo, pp., publisher's catalogue (15pp.), text illustrations, original pictorial cloth.
Blind stamp on title page, label at heel of spine. Good, inner hinges cracked, light wear (a) $ Axling. the Indian tribes of the North American forests, the voyage of John Williams from one coral island of the Pacific to another in the little ship which his own hands had built, the exploration of the Dark Continent by David Livingstone in the hope of emancipating the black man’s soul.
But among missionary lives which are more recent or. BRETT Rev. W.H. Mission Work Among the Indian Tribes in the Forests of Guiana. London: S.P.C.K. ( (circa)) xii + pp + folding map. 1st ed., fine in original pictorial cloth, spine faded.
Many wood cut illustrations. £ The Indian Tribes of Guiana, By the Rev. Brett. New York. Mission Work among the Indian Tribes in the Forests of Guiana, By the Rev. Brett, B. London. (No dale, ?) B. Questions on the Apostles' Creed, With other Simple Instruction, for This book contains: Voabulary of 82 Nouns and Numerals in the four Indian.
Brett was the author of several books. One of them was A Short Grammar of the Language of the Arawak Indians which was published in His other works include Guiana Legends,The Indian Tribes of Guiana, Legends and Myths of the Aboriginal Indians of British Guiana and Mission Work among the Indian Tribes.
Memoirs, Historical and Edifying, of a Missionary Apostolic of the Order of Saint Dominic Among Various Indian Tribes and Among the Catholics and Protestants in the United States of America, by Samuel Mazzuchelli, trans.
by Mary Benedicta Kennedy (multiple formats with commentary at ). Moravian Indians -- Missions. See also what's at your library, or elsewhere. Broader terms: Moravian Indians; Missions; Filed under: Moravian Indians -- Missions A Narrative of the Mission of the United Brethren Among the Delaware and Mohegan Indians from Its Commencement in the Year to the Close of the Year (Cleveland: The Burrows Brothers Company, ), by John Gottlieb Ernestus.
To prevent any misunderstanding about the Indian lands relinquished by the United States in the fourth article, it is now explicitly declared, that the meaning of that relinquishment is this: the Indian tribes who have a right to those lands, are quietly to enjoy them, hunting, planting, and dwelling thereon, so long as they please, without any.
Such are the expedition of Hans Egede to Greenland, the lonely journeys of David Brainerd among the Indian tribes of the North American forests, the voyage of John Williams from one coral island of the Pacific to another in the little ship which his own hands had built, the exploration of the Dark Continent by David Livingstone in the hope of.
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John C. Lambert , Missionary Heroes in North & South Stories of the Intrepid Bravery and Stirring Adventures of Missionaries With Uncivilised Man, Wild Beasts and the Forces of Nature in Two Continents of America. An Inquiry into the Animism and Folklore of the Guiana Indians was originally published in as one of two papers accompanying the Thirtieth Annual Report of the U.S.
Bureau of American. Indian tribes in the forests of Guiana. Inhe had published Indian missions in Guiana. Josa, Fortunato Pietro Luigi (). including the Rev. Jonathan Edwards at the Stockbridge Indian Mission.
expand, and make more effective missionary work among. Church Missionary Society in. In Rev. W.H. Brett wrote in Indian Missions in Guiana: “The Tarumas formerly lived near the mouth of the Rio Negro. The Carmelites had a mission among them as early as Disagreeing with other tribes, and being ill-used by the Portuguese, a portion of them fled northward, and settled near the headwaters of the Essequibo.
Forests. New York: Columbia University Press, This useful anthology presents a variety of articles on sustainability practices in indigenous tribes throughout the world. Features an article on the management of hunting in Xavante communities, and how such management impacts sustainability practices.
Santos, Ricardo V, and Nancy M. Flowers. BOOK OF MORMON. Critique of Alma Chapter Setting: Alma's preaching causes a war with Moroni's small army encircling the Lamanites. Verses AND now it came to pass that the sons of Alma did go forth among the people, to declare the word unto them. And Alma, also, himself, could not rest, and he also went forth.
Now we shall say no more concerning their preaching, except that they. MISSIONS (Lat. missio, a sending) the term used specially for the propagandist operations of the Christian Church among the heathen, the executants of this work being “mission” and “missionary” have hence come to be used of similar works in other spheres.
The history of Christian missions may, for practical purposes, be divided into three chief. The Piute of Nevada and others of that region wore blankets woven from strips of rabbit fur. Some early writers mention feather woven cloaks among the Gulf tribes, but it is possible that the feathers were simply overlaid upon the skin garment.
It is notable that the Indian worker, man or woman, used no pattern, carrying the design in the head. ABSTRACT This paper uses the example of the British Guiana Court at the Colonial and Indian Exhibition of as a case study to demonstrate how British Guiana (now Guyana) was represented in Britain at the time, by cross-referencing different materials (e.g.
objects, correspondence, reports, and newspapers from that period). - british guiana guyana, Native Wapisiana Indians, Warrior Dance Costumes ().
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Kat Anderson University of California Press, When the early European explorers and [ ]. To a certain extent the French imitated the Indian policy of Spain by utilizing the resources afforded by friendly Indian tribes, but these were always fickle and unstable.
In the north, on the borders of the arctic zone, the main element of stability--agriculture--played but a secondary role. American Indians. From the Catholic Encyclopedia.
GENERAL. When Columbus landed on the island of San Salvador in he was welcomed by a brown-skinned people whose physical appearance confirmed him in his opinion that he had at last reached India, and whom, therefore, he called Indios, Indians, a name which, however mistaken in its first application continued to hold its own, and has.
In his book Among the Indians of Guiana (), the British naturalist and curator Everard im Thurn identified Roraima as a place much feared by Amerindians.
“The Indians say,” he wrote, “that there are huge white jaguars, huge white eagles, and other such beasts. In book: Tropical Forests of the Guiana Shield, Chapter: Socio-economic aspects of Guiana Shield forest use, Publisher: CABI Publishing, Editors: David S.
Hammond, pp Any work is the Author: David S Hammond. The author acknowledges her indebtedness to the many persons who have furnished data for The Story pdf Lutheran Pdf, and to those who have read the authorities consulted have been chiefly The History of Protestant Missions by Gustav Warneck, D.D.,The History of Christian Missions by C.
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