2 edition of Chinook-English songs found in the catalog.
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In , anthropologist Franz Boas published "Chinook Songs" in the Journal of American Folk-Lore, John Muir included a list of Chinook jargon at the end of Travels In Alaska covering the period JACK THE YOUNG CANOEMAN. An Eastern Boy's Voyage in a Chinook Canoe BY GEORGE BIRD GRINNELL Author of "Jack in the Rockies," "Jack the Young Ranchman," "Jack Among the Indians," "Pawnee Hero Stories," "Blackfoot Lodge .
Class Big Book Portfolio narrative: narrative or autobiography of person who helped make changes in Southwest Washington long ago or today Poetry/Songs Ballad of the Mt. St. Helens Ape Man – words by Otto Oja, Music by Clarice Staats a mix of Chinook, English, and French. Fort Vancouver was the center of commerce for many years but. Quantity linear feet, (64 containers) Collection Number Coll Summary The Southwest Oregon Research Project (SWORP) Collection consists mainly of photocopies of widely scattered and overlooked original documents pertaining to the history of the Native peoples of greater Oregon.
The author claims to have found words recorded in Chinook-English and phrases that answer to English words. Unfortunately, not even half of these words are used and they are spelled several different ways. It also may take a Chinook phrase to mean . The letters C, E., F., N., and S., refer to the derivation of words, and signify Chinook, English, French, Nootka, and Salish. Words marked J. are considered to be the peculiar property of the Jargon, as having been formed either in imitation of sounds or by some casual invention.
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Chinook-English Songs (Classic Reprint) [Laura Belle Downey-Bartlett] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Excerpt from Chinook-English Songs My country 'tis of thee, Sweet land of liberty, Of thee I sing; Land where my fathers died. OCLC Number: Language Note: "Chinook translations of folk lore songs." Chinook and English on opposite Chinook-English songs book.
Description: 39,  pages: illustrations, portrait ; 22 cm. Chinook-English Songs Paperback – Janu by Bartlett Laura Belle Downey (Creator) See all 13 formats and editions Hide other formats and editions. Price New from Used from Hardcover "Please retry" $ $ Format: Paperback. In her foreword to her book “Chinook-English Songs” (see “LBDB: Prose, not lyrics“), Laura Belle Downey Bartlett coined a Chinook Jargon name for the southern tip of South America, via which so many Settlers came to the Pacific Northwest: literally ‘that nose called Horn’.
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Chinook Jargon (Chinuk Wawa, Chinook Wawa, Chinook, Chinook-English songs book Jargon, Jargon) is a nearly extinct American indigenous language originating as a pidgin trade language in the Pacific Northwest, and spreading during the 19th century from the lower Columbia River, first to other areas in modern Oregon and Washington, then British Columbia and parts of Alaska, Northern California, Idaho and Montana.
Filed under: Northwest Coast of North America -- Description and travel -- Early works to Voyages Made in the Years andFrom China to the North West Coast of America (London: Printed at the Logographc Press and sold by J. Walter, ), by John Meares (multiple formats at ).
English - Chinook jargon dictionary online at Glosbe, free. Browse 1, phrases and ready translation memories. Define chinook. chinook synonyms, chinook pronunciation, chinook translation, English dictionary definition of chinook. Chinook or Chinooks 1. A member of a Native American people formerly inhabiting the lower Columbia River valley and adjoining coastal regions of.
Full text of "Dictionary of the Chinook jargon" >$ DICTIONERY OF THE CHINOOK JARGON PART I. — Chinook — English, t A Ahn-kut-te, or Ahn-kot-tie. Formerly, before now. With the Ah-ha, adv. Yes. accent prolonged on the first syllable, a long time ago.
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PREFACE . See Wiktionary:Dictionary of the Chinook Jargon/Preface. Part I. Chinook - English. [a . ahha (Ah-ha), adv. Common to various tribes.
Yes. Expression of simple assent. On Puget Sound, E-ÉH. ahnkutte or ahnkottie (ah'n-kut-te or ahn-kot-tie), adv. Chinook, ANKUTTI. Formerly; before now. With the accent prolonged on the first syllable, a long time ago. Ahnkutte lakit sun, four. Chinook-English reference (by category) Kamloops Wawa Word List - NEW: Jim Holton's Chinook Jargon Book (draft) George Lang's Chinook Jargon Website: Dakelh (Carrier) Chinook Jargon Website: Jeff Kopp's Chinook Wawa Website: Duane Pasco's Tenas Wawa On-Line: Chinook Night Before Christmas: Chinook Lord's Prayer & Hymns.
Faded tongue. While Chinook flourished from roughly toit hit a wall in the twentieth century. World War I, the Spanish flu and residential schools decimated and. Downey-Bartlett, Laura B. Chinook-English Songs. Portland: Kubli-Miller Company. Drechsel, Emanuel J. Mobilian Jargon – Linguistic and Sociohistorical Aspects of a Native American Pidgin.
Oxford: Clarendon Press. — An integrated Vocabulary of. Chinook As Spoken By the Indians of Washington Territory, British Columbia and Alaska; for the Use of Traders, Tourists and Others Who Have Business Intercourse With the Indians: Chinook-English, English-Chinook (Victoria, BC: M.W.
Waitt, ca. ), by Charles Montgomery Tate (multiple formats at. Facebook is showing information to help you better understand the purpose of a Page. See actions taken by the people who manage and post content. being made to secure a copy of every book by a Washington author. Also, this checklist is being kept up, and corrections and additions noted, by the State Library.
Chinook-English Songs. Portland, Ore., Kubli-Miller Co., 40 p. Translator and Arranger. Baten, Charles Edwin. Spokane. 9 SONGS AND STORIES 10 RESOURCES 85 CHINOOK–ENGLISH ENGLISH–CHINOOK NOTES BIBLIOGRAPHY INDEX Contents 1 19 29 43 47 55 61 69 75 89 As a simple introduction to Chinook Jargon, this book presents the language to the reader via the printed media.
The orthography, or spelling system, used in this book has been. Chinook Jargon Chinook Jargon is a pidgin based principally on Chinook as formerly spoken at the mouth of the Columbia River, but it also contains a substantial element from Nootka and other Indian languages, French, and English.
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