Daily Archive: September 30, 2020

1891: The Oath, and Settler supremacy

We know Chinuk Wawa was used in court testimony all around the Pacific Northwest, but mysteries have persisted around this subject…

Bless my soul, yet another Stó:lō Salish religious word in Kamloops CW

Verse 12, in a Chinuk Wawa translation of the old Catholic hymn “Stabat Mater”, reveals yet another Salish treasure…

So, what can & can’t we put =na on?

What kinds of words and phrases allow the early creolized Chinuk Wawa “Yes/No Question” marker =na?

Research recommendation: SWORP

I want to say one word to you. Just one word.