Long page images at HathiTrust Gill's dictionary of the Chinook jargon : with examples of use in conversation and notes upon tribes and tongues. Farrow page images at HathiTrust Dictionary of the Chinook jargon with examples of its use in conversation : compiled from all existing vocabularies, and greatly improved by the addition of necessary words never before published. Portland, Or. Gill, , by John Kaye Gill and W. Chaltin page images at HathiTrust Dictionary of the chinook jargon : with examles of use in conversation [comp.
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Farrow and Edward S. Le Jeune page images at HathiTrust Dictionary of the Chinook jargon [electronic resource] : to which is added numerous conversations, thereby enabling any person to speak Chinook correctly.
New Westminster, B. Keary, , by Francis Norbert Blanchet page images at HathiTrust The Chinook book; a descriptive analysis of the Chinook jargon in plain words, giving instructions for pronunciation, construction, expression and proper speaking of Chinook with all the various shaded meanings of the words, Seattle [R. Phillips page images at HathiTrust Dictionary of the Chinook jargon as spoken on Puget Sound and the Northwest : with original Indian names for prominent places and localities with their meanings, historical sketch, etc.
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Johnson, eds. Seattle: University of Washington Press, Melville Jacobs did more to document the languages, cultures, oral traditions, and music of Oregon's Native peoples than any other scholar. He trained in language structure and phonetics under Franz Boas at Columbia University and quickly developed an excellent ear for the difficult sounds and sound sequences of Northwest Indian ….
Victoria Wishikin Wacheno Howard was the teller of Clackamas Chinook narratives and traditions transcribed by anthropologist Melville Jacobs and published by him as Clackamas Chinook Texts , one of the richest records of the indigenous northwest Oregon storytelling art.
Keekwulee Illahee, — Hell. There can be no doubt that it will remain a living and useful language so long as the native tribes continue to speak their own dia- lects. Nika hyas tikeg-h chikamin. Boston plie, — protestantism. A handkerchief. The reduplication denotes the diminutive, but in jargon it is generally used singly.
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