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The early settlers of the Nisqually area of south Puget Sound gathered to commemorate an event that occurred even before they arrived.
We’ve seen a Chinuk Wawa séance with the spirit of an executed Cayuse chief, but here a physical corpse talks Jargon.
I keep thinking I’ve already written about this Yakima celebrity, and it’s high time that I did.
Fifty years after the fact, the controversies over how fair the Isaac Stevens treaties were boiled to the surface in the Settler community.
An Indigenous woman writes with news and a special request…
This article from 1906 makes some solid points about Chinook Jargon’s status as (a fashionable idea then) an international language….
From the same area and time as “The Story of a Stump“, where hunters found a Chinuk Pipa message in the woods beyond Lillooet…
The beginning of Chief Seattle Days in Suquamish naturally involved a Chinuk Wawa speech…
Today: Acelan’s Story. It’s quite possibly a true newly discovered wrinkle in an old story.