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Die Glaubensartikel

By Talmage, James Edward

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Title: Die Glaubensartikel  
Author: Talmage, James Edward
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Language: German
Subject: Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, Bible, Religion.
Collections: American Libraries Collection
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Publication Date:
1919
Publisher: Basel, Schweizerisch-Deut'schen Mission

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Edward, 1862-193, T. J. (1919). Die Glaubensartikel. Retrieved from http://www.ebooklibrary.org/


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Edition of 250 copies, of which 75 are in quarto, and 25 copies in folio. Originally published London, 1759, under title: An enquiry into the causes of the alienation of the Delaware and Shawanese Indians ; The journal of Christian Frederick Post, in his journey from Philadelphia to the Ohio, on a message from the government of Pennsylvania to the Delaware, Shawanese and Mingo Indians [July 15-Sept. 20 1758] p. 130-171. Extract of a letter from Philadelphia, dated Dec. 10, 1758 [giving an account of the Indian treaty at Easton, Oct 8-20, 1758] p. 172-182

Summary
Brigham Young University ; Harold B. Lee Library

Excerpt
Delaware Indians ; Indians of North America ; Shawnee Indians ; Margins are tight throughout the book and print goes into gutter. No TOC

 

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