Nez Percés Ministry: updated 10/14/2016

[Elohim] - [Jehovah] - Jesus [Christ] = Godnim.

Useful Resources

Hebrew O.T., Greek N.T.   English King James Bible.   French Bible, aaa Bible.

Bible / Bible
"Matthewnim taaiskt. The Gospel according to Matthew, tr. into the Nez Perces language by Rev. H.H. Spalding... (New York, American Bible society, 1871)"
http://catalog.hathitrust.org/Record/001928924   [Info only]

"Matthewnim taaiskt. The gospel according to Matthew, translated into the Nez Perces language, by Rev. H.H. Spalding ... (New York, American Bible Society, 1871)"
http://catalog.hathitrust.org/Record/006500504   [Info only]

Nez Percés...
"The Nez Percés Indians were observed by Lewis and Clark in
large area around the Columbia River, in what is now north
eastern Oregon.   Having received their name from French
traders, because of the nose ornaments worn by some of the
tribe, the Nez Percés caused little trouble for the settlers in the
Pacific Northwest, possibly because of their immediate and
constant interest in the culture and religion of the white man.

The romantic and impressive story of the coming of the Gospel
to the Nez Percés began in 1831, when four chieftains made their
way over the Rockies and were found in the streets of St. Louis
asking, ‘Where is the white man's Book of Heaven?’   It was in
response to their plea for books and teachers that Marcus and
Narcissa Prentice Whitman and Samuel Parker made their
seven-month journey over the Great Divide - a journey that
would not only open the Bible for the Indians, but would also
open the entire region to the American settler.

The Nez Percés spoke a Penutian language, known as Sahapti[]
a term also used for the related dialects of the Wallawalla[]

Yakima, Umatilla, and other tribes.   There are now about
1,500 Nez Percés living on a reservation in Idaho."
--1000 Tongues   [Info only: poor page scan.]

"1845 Matthew American Board of Commissioners for Foreign
Missions, Clearwater
Translated by Henry H. and Eliza S. Spalding of the Oregon
Mission.   It was reprinted in 1871 by the ABS.
"
--1000 Tongues   [Info only: The Spaldings were Protestants.]

"1876 John   1 John American Presbyterian Board,
Philadelphia
Translated by George Ainslee, Presbyterian my."
--1000 Tongues   [Info only: {1876 John 2:1-4} unknown; Here, we have corrected the ref.]

Bible Studies
**Book: Bible Dictionary (~1840)   Compiled by CHM

Books
**Book: TWICE-BORN MEN (after 1931)   Compiled by Hy. Pickering  
["YE MUST BE BORN AGAIN"  
TRUE CONVERSION RECORDS OF 100 WELL - KNOWN MEN IN ALL RANKS OF LIFE]

Prayer

Tracts
**Tract: #158 3 Lies That NORTH AMERICAN INDIANS Have Been Told . . . (n.d.)   FTL

Videos
**List: Christian Films

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