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Portable portions of the Old and New Testament in Tamil, spoken by the Tamil populations of South India and Northeast Sri Lanka. The English title is followed on the title-page by words in Tamil script. Text in Tamil script.
Earliest printing of Psalms in Urdu printed in Arabic script.
Hindi translation of the German Christian Gottlob Barth's Christliche Kirchengeschichte (“History of the Church of Christ”).
A translation of The Brazen Serpent into Urdu, here identified as Hindustani, which is widely used in Pakistan and northern India. This was the sixth religious text translated into Hindustani at the time. "The Brazen Serpent" was the title for…
First published portion of the Bible in Dikĕlĕ, a Kele language from the Niger and Congo regions of Africa.
This volume of hymns is translated into Oriya, the main language of the eastern Indian state of Odisha. Most of the hymns are translated directly from Bengali with slight alterations to fit the Oriya language. There are some original hymns present in…
Selections from Genesis translated into Crow, a Missouri Valley Siouan language spoken by the American Crow Nation in present-day Montana. Texts were reproduced using gelatin-based hectography. The Crow text is in purple-blue ink with chapter…
Bible selections printed by Jesuit missionaries in Montana for native speakers of Kalispel, a Salishan language spoken on the Northwest Plateau. The translations were intended for the translator's personal use but were later published for Kalispel…
First edition of Cherokee translation of the Gospel of Luke. One of 5000 copies printed.
First complete Hawaiian bible, with two volumes for Old Testament and one volume for New Testament all bound into one physical volume. Because of its size, Hawaiians referred to the book as “Ka Buke Poepoe” (“the rotund or fat book”). End of Old…
Hall of Christ Vincent
Image of Bishop John H. Vincent speaking to a crowd in front of the Hall of Christ (Aula Christi).
Image of John H. Vincent standing in the Hall of Philosophy, built in 1906, at Chautauqua.
Liang Chentung (Chentung Liang Cheng) at the Chautauqua Institution with Bishop John H. Vincent, August 1906.
Stereograph of "Group of Ten Workers at Chautauqua, N.Y.", John H. Vincent is seated in the center surrounded by W. A. Duncan, J. L. Hurlbut, W.F. Sherwin, A. H. Gillett, C. C. Case, B. T. Vincent, J. A. Worden, S. McGerald, and Frank Beard are in…
Stereograph of Amos K. Warren, William W. Wythe, John H. Vincent, Lewis Miller, Russell M. Warren, and J. C. Stubbs in front of Mt. Hermon in Palestine Park
Stereograph showing a group of people attending a "lecture at the Park of Palestine", the outdoor scale model relief map of the Holy Land. Title is handwritten on the back of the image.
Stereograph showing the outdoor scale model relief map of the Holy Land, "Palestine Park", featuring the "Sea of Galilee" and "Mount Hermon".
Group at Chautauqua
Stereograph including (left to right): J. F. Hurst, A. H. Colquitt (standing), Joseph Cook, John Lord, R. S. Foster, John H. Vincent (standing with hat in hand), and B. P. Bowne (standing). The stereograph is titled "Group at Chautauqua"
Group on Assembly Grounds
Stereograph of a group of John Vincent and three unknown individuals. They are sitting on the steps to Vincent's cottage. Included on the stereograph is the title "Group on S[unday] S[chool] Assembly Grounds"
Stereograph showing the Chautauqua Choir. Descriptive title, "Choir of Chautauqua S[unday] S[chool] Assembly - 1878" is on the stereograph card
Old First Night
Photograph showing the tradition of Old First Night, the annual celebration of the founding of the Chautauqua.
Stereograph showing a group in a sparsely wooded area in front of a stage. "Assembled Multitude-Auditorium" is a description from a card listing the stereographs printed by Johnson & Mentzel.
Audience in Grove
Stereograph showing the audience in the grove. The title "Audience in Grove—At Chautauqua, N.Y." is included on the photograph
Lakefront at Chautauqua
A photograph showing the lakefront at Chautauqua including tennis courts.
Chautauqua Lake Scenery
A stereograph showing a tree-lined path at Chautauqua. On the left of the image, a woman is sitting on a bench with a stroller next to her.