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Indian Lives and Anecdotes ca. 1886 - 1941 part 10 (ms158_b3f003_010.07.pdf)

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Joseph Nicoler's Vocabulary From "The Red Man"

p.22 Kloski - in old Indian, "simple or nothing; whence Klose-kurbeh, "man out of nothing", & in modern Indian, a liar Klose-ki-ner-quat - a simple appearance p.19 Par-gun-sal, nuts Pen-nep-skole, stones, not rocks. 33 Wik-a-pee, tying bark 34 So-ba-qui-dole-beh, horse foot crab, tail used as awl p.144 So-bequi-tol-peh = Sobe-K'Tolbeh = sea turtle! Puk-go, pitch Ah-wah-kur-gan, tools Ar-quee-dun, canoe Turby or turbeh, bow Par-queh, arrow 35 Miqu-go-a squirrel 37 Par-sar-do-kep-piart, mammoth (legend) 38 Nee-bur-ban, "night dawn", northern lights 40 May-may, red-headed woodpecker 45 Etto-chi-psi-tuk, Gulf Stream

Description: Pages from Fannie Hardy Eckstorm's notebook 10 (X)

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Language: English

Date: ca. 1886 - 1941

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