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Correspondence from William Brooks Cabot to Fannie Hardy Eckstorm ca. 1930-1946, part 4 (ms158_b1f017_004.09.pdf)

�They don't help much, the personals, + these don't match your -[?]. [?] begins a phrase with a [?] meaning, "they eat their corn green." [?] corn field [?], [?] means as soon as [?]. The [?] form for chopping occurs in [?] _ [?] and in [?] it is [?].

I bother you with the partly because I've no hold on the historical side. A lot of those spread village places do have field names.

I hope no more ankle twists. I had a [?] contact with a car yesterday, the fellows needed a lecture.



Description: Letters concerning Indian languages, culture, and history.

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Language: English

Date: ca. 1930-1946

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