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Dictionary of the Chinook jargon as spoken on Puget Sound and the Northwest

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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Published by Lowman & Hanford Stationery & Print. Co. in Seattle, Wash .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Chinook language -- Dictionaries -- English.,
  • Names, Indian -- North America.

  • Edition Notes

    Other titlesChinook dictionary and original Indian names of western Washington.
    SeriesCIHM/ICMH Microfiche series -- no. 14807
    The Physical Object
    FormatMicroform
    Pagination1 microfiche (25 fr.).
    Number of Pages25
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL22011019M
    ISBN 100665148070

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Historical Sketch, Etc. first edition Salmon pink decorated paper wrapper. Full text of " Dictionary of the Chinook jargon as spoken on Puget Sound and the Northwest [microform]: with original Indian names for prominent places and localities with their meanings, historical sketch.

Dictionary Dictionary of the Chinook jargon as spoken on Puget Sound and the Northwest book 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.

[S F Coombs]. Coombs, S.F. (Samuel F.), 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. Seattle; Lowman & Hanford, [].

Eric Michael Bernando’s blog “Learn Chinook Jargon“. Jim Holton’s book: “Chinook Jargon: The hidden language of the Pacific Northwest“.

Sarah (Sally) Thomason’s paper titled “Chinook Jargon“. Duane Pasco’s newspaper “Tenas Wawa, the Chinook Jargon Voice” (s) George Coombs Shaw’s “Chinook Dictionary“. This is an extract from George Gibb’s Dictionary of the Chinook Jargon, or, Trade Language of Oregon.

It includes part of his original introduction and the full text of the English-Chinook section of his dictionary. The complete dictionary is available online through Project Gutenberg, whence it spread to Puget Sound, and with the.

Chinook Jargon (Chinuk Wawa, Chinook Wawa, Chinook, The 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 while Dictionary of the Chinook jargon as spoken on Puget Sound and the Northwest book taking on characteristics of a creole ge family: Mainly Wakashan (Nootka.

Free 2-day shipping. Buy Dictionary of the Chinook Jargon: As Spoken on Puget Sound and the Northwest () at Dictionary of the Chinook jargon as spoken on Puget Sound and the Northwest [electronic resource]: with original Indian names for prominent places and Author: S.

F.#N# (Samuel F.) Coombs. "(Shea's library of American linguistics, no. 12) Bibliography of the Chinook jargon: p. [xiii]-xiv. Includes a short discussion on the jargon and its derivation. James Pilling considered this work the standard authority for Chinook jargon words.

Also appeared as Smithsonian miscellaneous collection, no. (Washington, Smithsonian Institution, )." -- Lowther, B. J., & Laing, M. Page ix - The number of words constituting the Jargon proper has been variously stated.

Many formerly employed have become in great measure obsolete, while others have been locally introduced. Thus, at the Dalles of the Columbia, various terms are common which would not be intelligible at Astoria or on Puget Sound.

Full text of "The Chinook jargon and how to use it: a complete and exhaustive lexicon of the oldest trade language of the American continent" See other formats. This is the one by M.

Lionnet, before referred to. The Northwest Coast; or, Three Years' Residence in Washing ton Territory. By Jaines G. Swan. 12mo. New York: Harpers, " A vocabulary of the Chehalis and Chcnook or Jargon Languages, with the derivation of the words used in the latter," pp.

A Complete Dictionary of the Chinook. 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.

Grant () summarizes the theories of. The Lord’s Prayer in Jargon, “et quelques mots Tchinoucs et Sneomus.” The Snohomish is a tribe of Puget Sound. The Chinook words are merely Jargon. “Journal of Travels over the Rocky Mountains, &c.” By Joel Palmer. 12mo. Cincinnati,“Words used in the Chinook Jargon,” pp.

She grew up speaking the language on south Puget Sound, and she remained fascinated with it and promoted it throughout her life. LBDB (born ) is perhaps best remembered by us less for her dictionary than for her unique little book of Jargon songs. Most or all of them are translations from well-known English-language originals.

Refine your search for spoken dictionary. Refine. more Format Format. Dictionary of the Chinook Jargon as Spoken on Puget Sound and the Northwest: Wit. C shipping; From United States; Customs services and international tracking provided.

Dictionary of the Chinook Jargon as Spoken on Puget Sound and the Northwest: Wit. C $ dictionaey oe'teb chinookjakgon, ob, tradelanguageoforegon. bygeoegegibbs. newtoek: cramoistpress. ' pd booksFile Size: 1MB. Chinook Jargon from Alaska show that this speaker used the barred–L sound in many words.

The barred–L in Chinook Jargon is derived from Native American languages and is not found in English. The spelling system used in this book is designed so that Chinook Jargon can be learned quickly, so some sounds are approximated for the English speaker Full text of "Dictionary of the Chinook Jargon, or, Trade Language of Oregon" See other formats The Project Gutenberg EBook of Dictionary of the Chinook Jargon, or, Trade Language of Oregon, by George Gibbs This eBook is for the use of anyone anywhere at.

That’s a reference, also on p to the pan-Northwest custom of skookum papers, not always called that but in wide use. By the summer ofChinook Jargon had broad currency at the Straits of Juan de Fuca.

Newly arrived non-Natives like Leighton were learning it as quickly as possible. Coombs has written: 'Dictionary of the Chinook jargon as spoken on Puget Sound and the Northwest' -- subject(s): Dictionaries, English, Indian Names, Chinook language, Chinook, English.

Dictionary of the Chinook Jargon as spoken on Puget Sound and the Northwest. Seattle: Lowman & Hanford. Crawford, James M. The Mobilian trade language. Chinook: A history and dictionary of the Northwest Coast Trade Jargon. Portland, OR: Metropolitan. Thomason, Cited by: 2. The Lord’s Prayer in Jargon, “et quelques mots Tchinoucs et Sneomus.” The Snohomish is a tribe of Puget Sound.

The Chinook words are merely Jargon. Journal of Travels over the Rocky Mountains, &c. By Joel Palmer. 12mo. Cincinnati,“Words used in the Chinook Jargon,” pp. Words for this important food-source may have varied with the language groups speaking the jargon, with Salishan words on use in the Puget Sound-Georgia Strait region, and Wakashan words being used on the outer Olympic Peninsula and Vancouver Island regions.

Klog-klog, klogh-klogh, klo-klo - a more widespread word for oysters. 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.

(Seattle, Wash.: Lowman & Hanford, [?]), by S. Coombs (page images at HathiTrust). At its heyday in the 's the Chinook Jargon was spoken by somepeople, and in fact there are native elders in British Columbia and Washington state who still remember some of the jargon, even though the Chinook language itself had died out by (Lewis, Redish – Native ).

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.,undated: 1: Gill's Dictionary of the Chinook Jargon with Examples of Use in Conversation, 1: Hymns in the Chinook Jargon Language, Rev.

Chinook Jargon is employed more for instant local color than for veracity; on pagesMann approaches the chief of the Cascades Indians offering to teach his son English and “Chinook” — the latter making a bizarre contrast with the historical reality that people learned the Jargon as needed in real life, not in a schoolhouse.

The number of words constituting the Jargon proper has been variously stated. Many formerly employed have become in great measure obsolete, while others have been locally introduced. Thus, at the Dalles of the Columbia, various terms are common which would not be intelligible at Astoria or on Puget Sound.

Image 12 of A dictionary of the Chinook jargon, or, Trade language of Oregon. vi PREFACE. employed by the Nootkans of Vancouver Island, the Chinooks of the Columbia, and the intermediate tribes, to belong alike to their several languages, and exhibit analogies between them accordingly.*.

5 16 Skukum Words It’s not the number of words that’s important. It’s how they get used that counts. Chinook Jargon has a small vocabulary but each word is special and does double duty. Here are 16 skukum words. You can use them when you wawa Chinuk wawa, or you can use them mixed with English, as you tramp around the Northwest.

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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, Author: S. F.#N# (Samuel F.) Coombs. George Gibbs, in "A Dictionary of the Chinook Jargon or Trade Language of Oregon," prepared from materials col-lected by himself during a residence of twelve years on the Northwest Coast of North America.

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