The Blackfoot Indians are found in Canada and the USA. The Blackfoot Confederacy is in southern Alberta. The Northern Blackfoot (Siksika), Blood and North Peigan people, are connected to the South Peigan, who occupied the Blackfeet Indian Reservation in Montana, USA. The language is called Siksiká which means Blackfoot. Parts of the Bible were first published in Blackfoot in 1890.
Gospel of John
The Blackfoot Gospel of John called Annaahk John Manistsitsinikatahpi Jesus Manistsipaitapiihpiai was published in 1979. It was translated by Wycliffe Bible Translators and Blackfoot people and published by the Canadian Bible Society in 1979.
This text was digitised with the help of MissionAssist for the Canadian Bible Society.
Annaahk John Manistsitsinikatahpi Jesus Manistsipaitapiihpiai 1979Chishemanituu Utayimuwin: Kaa Uskaach TestamentGelulg Glusuaqan: Gisiteget Agnutmugsi'gwGodim Ukauhiit Gospelit Hitamanguyun Apostlit HavaangilluHaida Matthew, Luke, John and Acts 1891-99Kanāci Kihci MasinahikanKice Manito Ocki OmirwatcimowinKije Manido Odikido8in: Ocki MazinaiganKwak'wala 4 Gospels Acts, and Selections 1897Labrador Inuttitut Heritage BibleNishga Scripture Selections 1890, 1897 (Canada)Nǫ̀htsı̨ Nı̨htł'èOjibwe Kihcimasina'ikanOneida Scripture Selections 1837Plains Cree Scripture PortionsPortions de la Bible en MohawkŎkiisʼ i tsĭn iksĭn Ni Matthew otsĭn ai pi 1890ᐅᒋᐺ ᑭᒋᒪᓯᓇᐃᑲᓐᐅᔅᑭ ᑎᔅᑌᒥᓐᑦᐊᒡᓔᑦ ᐃᑦᔪᕐᖕᓁᑦᑐᑦᑲᓈᒋ ᑭᐦᒋ ᒪᓯᓈᐦᐃᑲᐣ
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