2 edition of language of the Mississagas of Skugog. found in the catalog.
language of the Mississagas of Skugog.
Alexander Francis Chamberlain
Thesis. Ph.D. Clark University. 1891.
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Full text of "The language of the Mississaga Indians of Skugog.A contribution to the linguistics of the Algonkian tribes of Canada" See other formats. Page 53 - chewed' so many of them last summer. So more of them came and pinched the Raccoon and were very glad that their enemy was dead.
But by and by, when a large number of crawfish had gathered round him, the Raccoon suddenly jumped up and caught them and had a great feast. Full text of "The Language of the Mississaga Indians of Skūgog: A Contribution to the Linguistics of the " See other formats. Of this a revised edition accompanies the Handbook of American Indians North of Mexico, published by the Bureau of American Ethnology innow the standard book of reference on the subject.
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The Child and Childhood in Folk-Thought by Alexander F. Chamberlain Part 3 out of language contained no word for 'to love,' so that when the missionaries translated the Bible into it they were obliged to invent one.
What a life, and what a language, without love!" tale of the Mississagas of Skugog represents a bachelor as "having gone. This article examines the life and work of Alexander Francis Chamberlain.
Though he has received little attention since the early s, the importance of this scholar should not be underestimated. Chamberlain made notable contributions to the body of knowledge in anthropology—a discipline that, at the time, was a combination of anthropological and psychological inquiry.
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The Child and Childhood in Folk-ThoughtStudies of the Activities and Influences of the Child AmongPrimitive Peoples, Their Analogues and Survivals in theCivilization of To-Day by Chamberlain, Alexander F.
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