Wyan, Richard, d. 1638 -- Poetry -- Early works to 1800. : A sad and deplorable loving elegy [electronic resource] : consecrated to the living memory of his best assured friend, the generally beloved, M. Richard Wyan deceased, late his Majesties proctor for the high court of the Admiralty. Who departed this life at his house at Bryl in Buckinhamshire, on Thursday the 16. of August last. 1638.
Wyandot Indians -- Antiquities. : The Mantle site [electronic resource] : an archaeological history of an ancestral Wendat community / Jennifer Birch and Ronald F. Williamson.
Wyandot Indians -- Claims. : S. 2823--S. 2824--S. 2862 : hearing before the Select Committee on Indian Affairs, United States Senate, Ninety-eighth Congress, second session on S. 2823, to provide for the use and distribution of funds appropriated in satisfaction of judgments awarded to the Saginaw Chippewa Tribe of Michigan in dockets numbered 59 and 13E before the Indian Claims Commission and docket numbered 13F before the United States Claims Court, and for other purposes : S. 2824, to provide for the use and distribution of certain funds awarded the Wyandotte Tribe : S. 2862 to declare that the United States holds certain lands in trust for the Cocopah Indian Tribe, August 6, 1984, Washington, DC.
Wyandot language. : -and the word was God : missionary linguistics abd missionary grammar / Even Hovdhaugen, ed.
Wyandot language -- Glossaries, vocabularies, etc. : New voyages to North-America [electronic resource] : Containing An Account of the several Nations of that vast Continent; their Customs, Commerce, and Way of Navigation upon the Lakes and Rivers; the several Attempts of the English and French to disposses one another; with the Reasons of the Miscarriage of the former; and the various Adventures between the French, and the Iroquese Confederates of England, from 1683 to 1694. A Geographical Description of Canada, and a Natural History of the Country, with Remarks upon their Government, and the Interest of the English and French in their Commerce. Also a Dialogue between the Author and a General of the Savages, giving a full View of the Religion and strange Opinions of those People: With an Account of the Authors Retreat to Portugal and Denmark and his Remarks on those Courts. To which is added, A Dictionary of the Algonkine Language, which is generally spoke in North-America. Illustrated with Twenty Three Mapps and Cutts. Written in French By the Baron Lahontan, Lord Lievtenant of the French Colony at Placentia in Newfoundland, now i