First Eskimo New Testament

[New Testament. Eskimo]. Testamentetak tamedsa: nalegapta piulijipta Jesusib Kristusib apostelingitalo pinniarningit okausingillo.
London: W. McDowall for the British and Foreign Bible Society, 1840. (Prothro B-339)

The first complete translation of the New Testament into Eskimo was published by the British and Foreign Bible Society “for the use of the Christian Esquimaux in the mission-settlements of the United Brethren on the coast of Labrador.” The United Brethren were the spiritual heirs of the Moravian Brethren, a central-European Protestant brotherhood whose evangelism influenced John Wesley and the early Methodist movement.

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Nineteenth-Century Missionary Bibles
First Eskimo New Testament