Tag Archive: klootchman

Chinook Jargon songs, part 2

This is another version of the song I blogged about in part 1.  It’s on page 62 of the same book.  (See also part 1, part 3 and part 4.) From ‘the papers… Continue reading

Chinook Jargon songs, part 1

Have you heard a version of this song?  Let me know.  (See also part 2, part 3 and part 4.) As found in the second edition of a really authoritative collection with musical… Continue reading

From Copenhagen to Okanogan, part 4

[Final installment.  See previous episodes for more info on this fascinating pioneer memoir…life in the Okanogan Highlands of Washington State, 1880s-1930s.  Most of what I’ve excerpted in this blog happened in the last… Continue reading

Halo klootchman stop

In my dissertation research, I found that Kamloops Chinuk Wawa uses a copula “stop” that I haven’t seen in other dialects. Copula: roughly a word for”to be”. “Stop”: KCW uses it for “to… Continue reading