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  • bloomwords1
    175 pi w he comes bli being comes 193a na pe w man bli be being 219a ne na h my hand hånd hand 219b me te h a heart aedhi ON heart vein 219c wi ki h birchbark lys

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  • bloomfield2
    my thumb tomme finger thumb 219e pe hchekuna h medicine bundle lege bunt doctor bundle 241b a kuap i nam he takes it from the water kopp cup 241c ni su nak two canoes mak I ro og mak at one s leisure 241d pje tehk we we wa he brings a women tak holds he holds a women 256a ken ah thou ykkar ON You 2nd Per dua l

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  • bloomfieldd
    of my words similar to my sister my mother etc the vocalization does not follow ne The pronoun vocalization syllables are not used when speaking a phrase Bloomfield somehow missed the fact that the first syllables in many Algonquin prototype words were in fact pronouns added to the true root word Then Bloomfield made things even more difficult by combining the pronoun with half of the primary Norse syllable to

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  • Vikingredman
    preface to Vol 4 of The Viking and the Red Man the Algonquin language is Old Norse The truth cannot be successfully attacked Sherwin Vols 1 7 1940 1953 Walam

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  • august
    DOWNLOAD August Newsletter in PDF SEPTEMBER Newsletter HOME JULY

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  • lowwalls
    low stone walls fifteen to eighteen feet apart The walls extend from thirty six feet to over ninety feet Researchers Lee and Plummet have writen excellant reports on these longhouses Plummet published carbon 14 data that indicate the foundations were built during the five centuries before the Dark Ages The same data show a five century span of occupation before the dark ages There was nearly a five hundred year

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  • indrawingseas
    Strait can rise thirty eight feet or higher The current in Hudson Strait can move faster than men can row Early explorers wrote about whirlpools and the roaring of the tides Adam De Bremen wrote of an episode where the

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  • openwater
    that remain ice free or nearly so throughout the winter Mowat 1998 2000 Today satellite photographs clearly show the open water marvels in Ungava Bay Comment The primary conditions for some polynyas appear to be a high tidal surge a

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