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Songs of LBDB (Part 4: The Last Rose of Summer)

I’m reminding you, I try to give a charitable interpretation to people’s written Chinuk Wawa…

Not all Chinuk Wawa adverbs are created equal

  Proceeding from my post on Laura Belle Downey-Bartlett’s “Last Rose of Summer” translation…

1914: “Chinook-English Songs” (review)

The hometown newspaper gave a thumbs-up to Laura Belle Downey-Bartlett‘s collection of popular American songs translated into Chinuk Wawa.

1914: LBDB’s “Chinook-English Songs”, part 1 of 15 “Nau Hy-as Salt Chuck”

Laura Belle Downey-Bartlett was a pioneer girl on Puget Sound who went on to create a major portion of the known artistic material in Chinook Jargon.

1901: Moose Hall invitation + unique Valdez, AK Jargon

Mockery of the northwesternmost Natives to speak Chinuk Wawa is still evidence of how they spoke it!

1799: 17-year-old William Sturgis on the north PNW coast, and, his pidgin in the Mass. legislature!

This kid was going places!

1914: You savvy this?

It says something that the newspaper editor threw some untranslated Chinese Pidgin English together with untranslated Chinuk Wawa…

Lillooet…A Woman Tenderfoot in Bear Country

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 “Columbian” line: the ultimate in SW Washington Chinuk Wawa

(Edited to place more emphasis on James G. Swan…) Henry Rowe Schoolcraft (1793-1864), preceding almost all of the published Chinuk Wawa documentation you know of, made one hell of a long footnote in his… Continue reading

About the Shores of Puget Sound, 1871

[Edited immediately after publishing 🙂 to note — I’ve just realized that word sak-talm ‘paddle’ in Scammon’s article is another good mystery. More soon! DDR] Here’s a leisurely cruise guided by a knowledgeable pilot.