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Language Athapascan languages
The gospel according to St. Mark / translated by A.C. Garrioch, into the language of the Beaver Indians, of the diocese of Athabasca.
Prières, catéchisme et cantiques en langue peau-de-lièvre.
The Gospel of St. John / translated into the Slavé language for the Indians of north-west America, in the syllabic character.
The Acts of the Apostles, and the Epistles / translated into the Tenni or Slavé language, for Indians of Mackenzie River, north-west Canada, by the Right Rev. the Bishop of Mackenzie River.
The Central Carrier alphabet : Nakʼa@zdli dialect.
Ettunetle rsotitinyoo, thlukwinadhun sheg ako ketchid kwitugwatsui / takudh ttshah zit thleteteitazya Archdeacon McDonald.
Cheekuah goehtl ʹe / revised by Shirley Hardisty, Sarah Horesay.
Chilig Takudh tshah zit = Hymns in Takudh language / composed [i.e. compiled] and translated by Archdeacon McDonald.
The New Testament / translated into the Chipewyan language by the Ven. Archdeacon Kirkby.
Cilicu whutana kunacu yit tatluono khuvu whukainiwhulit kowhulud bu khuttash towhutotuwon cithlotalton yilh.