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Title:[Helper Neck's Bible translation and texts] Uyaquq
Contributor (author):Uyaquq (Helper Neck)
Creator:Uyaquq (Helper Neck)
Description:Folder 1. 1) Ms. Bible translation using his own orthography written at Lower Kuskokwim around 1900. Born in 1860, in Akiakchuk, Helper Neck (Uyaquq) worked with Rev. Dr. John Hinz. 2) Ms. Liturgy. Note by Gerald S, Dominik reads in part: "... text written and assembled by Helper Neck himself�appears to be on of the liturgies (excerpts from the old and New Testaments, prayers for burials, baptisms, etc.)�" 3) Henkelman, James; Vitt, Kurt H. 1985. in Harmonius to Dwell. Chapter 45 The Helper Neck Story. PP 366-373. In two folders. 4) Ts. Lenz, Mary, 1885. Helper Neck one of the Delta's most important historical figures, called a linguistic genius by experts. In Bethel Centenial Tundra Drums. July 4, 1985. 5) Helper Neck, one of the Delta's most important historical figures... Mary Lenz, Bethel Centennial Tundra Drums, July 4,1985 pp 16, 18. Folder 2. Helper Neck writings. Comments: Uyaquq is also known as Helper Neck. The second item: 2) Ms. Liturgy could not be located for scanning on 3/18/2015 WC
Subject:Central Yupik language
Subject (ISO639):esu
Type (DCMI):Text


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OaiIdentifier:  oai:anla.uaf.edu:CY(MOR)900N1900a
DateStamp:  2015-03-18
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Citation: Uyaquq (Helper Neck). 1900. Alaska Native Language Archive.
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Country: United States
Area: Americas

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