A grammatically & socially sharp quote, sadly unattributed it seems, noted in “Indians of the Pacific Northwest: A History” by Robert H. Ruby and John A. Brown (Norman, OK: University of Oklahoma Press,… Continue reading
Why did only “half-breeds” use the Chinuk Wawa word for “ladder”?
A Yakama lady’s Chinuk Wawa is quoted, and for those with ears to hear, it teaches about Chinuk Wawa dialects.
One of the earlier popular-market features devoted to Chinuk Wawa is an unattributed piece…
My readers succeeded when I challenged them. Now savor the rewards we’ve reeled in.
A mighty interesting couple of newspaper clippings:
It’s my birthday. Instead of telling you my age, allow me to teach a valuable lesson:
How is your thinking? Let’s see…
“Everyone knows” — now that’s some famous last words.
Closing an address to a convention of bankers, Edmund S. Meaney, University of Washington professor of history, reminisced: