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  1. Catechisme de perseverance en langue Crise : caracteres syllabiques pour l'usage des sauvages des postes d'Albany, Savern, Martin's Falls, etc., etc., Baie d'Hudson et Baie James by No Author (1899)

  2. Cesvs Klist em opunvkv-herv Maro Coyvte : the Gospel according to Matthew translated from the original Greek into the Muskokee language by Loughridge, R.M., translator (1875)

  3. Chahta vba isht taloa holisso = Choctaw hymn book by Wright, Alfred (1858)

  4. Chahta vba isht taloa holisso, or Choctaw hymn book by Wright, Alfred (1851)

  5. Chemin de la croix et cantiques : a l'usage des sauvages des postes d'Albany, Severn, Martin's Falls, etc. (Baie d'Hudson) by No Author (1907)

  6. Cherokee hymn book compiled from several authors, and revised by No Author (1896)

  7. Chinook: a history and dictionary of the Northwest coast trade jargon; the centuries-old trade language of the Indians of the Pacific. A history of its origin and its adoption and use by the traders, trappers, pioneers and early settlers of the Northwest Coast by Thomas, Edward Harper (1935)

  8. Cinq langues de la Colombie britannique; haida, tshimshian, kwagiutl, nootka et tlinkit. Grammaires, vocabulaires, textes traduits et analyses par Raoul de La Grasserie ... by La Grasserie, Raoul de (1902)

  9. Cokv Esvkvsvmkv helpuvlke em punvkv enhvteceskv es cohoyvte tohtvlecihocet os = The Book of Psalms translated from the original Hebrew into the Muskokee language by Ramsey, James Ross, translator (1896)

  10. A collection of hymns, for the use of the Delaware Christian Indians, of the missions of the United Brethren, in North America by Zeisberger, David (1847)

  11. Constitution and laws of the Cherokee Nation. Published by an act of the National Council 1892 by Cherokee Nation, Oklahoma (1892)

  12. Compiled laws of the Cherokee Nation, published by authority of the National Council by Cherokee Nation, Oklahoma (1881)

  13. Constitution and laws of the Cherokee Nation. Published by an act of the National Council 1892 by Cherokee Nation, Oklahoma (1892)