Netatoxetano'tanone

Author: DeWitt Clinton Huntington

Rv DeWitt Clinton Huntington USA 1830-1912. Born at Townsend, VT, one of nine siblings, he attended Syracuse University, NY, and was ordained a Methodist Episcopal minister in 1853. He married Frances Harriett Davis in 1853, and they had three children: Charles, Thomas, and Horace. After her death in 1866, he married Mary Elizabeth Moore in 1868, and they had a daughter, Mary Frances. He pastored in Rochester, NY, (1861-71 & 1876-79), Syracuse, NY, (1873-76), Olean, NY, (1885-89), Bradford, PA, (1882-85 & 1889-91), and Lincoln, NE, (1891-96), where he became a Methodist District Superintendent of relief work. At his pastorate he also personally designed and oversaw construction of a brick sanctuary seating over 1100 people. A depress… Go to person page >

Translator: Rodolphe Petter

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Text Information

First Line: Netatoxetano'tanonė
Title: Netatoxetano'tanone
Author: DeWitt Clinton Huntington
Translator: Rodolphe Petter (1909)
Language: Cheyenne
Notes: English translation of first line: Let's think about Our home above in Heaven

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Tsese-Ma'heone-Nemeotȯtse (Cheyenne Spiritual Songs) #147

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