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E'oestaahe-Vo'ėstanesėstse

Author: John Henry Yates

Rev. John H. Yates, was born in Batavia, N. Y., November 31, 1837. He was educated at the Batavia Union School, but at the age of eighteen was forced to engage in business as a clerk to help maintain his aged parents. For several years he was with his brother, Thomas Yates, in the shoe business; afterwards, for seven years, salesman in G. B. Worthington's hardware store. In 1871 he took charge of the fancy goods department in E. L. & G. D. Kenyon's double store and remained there fifteen years. In 1886 he was called to be local editor of the Progressive Batavian, and filled the position nearly ten years. When twenty-one years of age Mr. Yates was licensed to preach in the Methodist church, but was not ordained until 1897. For nearly seven y… Go to person page >

Translator: Rodolphe Petter

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Text Information

First Line: E'oestaahevo'ėstanesėstsė
Title: E'oestaahe-Vo'ėstanesėstse
Author: John Henry Yates (1891)
Translator: Rodolphe Petter (1942)
Language: Cheyenne
Notes: English translation of first line: Christian people, Arise!

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Tsese-Ma'heone-Nemeotȯtse (Cheyenne Spiritual Songs) #133

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