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UUAP 094: Newe Natekwinappeh: Shoshoni Stories and Dictionary

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Copyright: 1972
Trim: 7.5 x 10
Pages: 183

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978-1-60781-123-7
$17.00

UUAP 094: Newe Natekwinappeh: Shoshoni Stories and Dictionary

University of Utah Anthropological Paper 94

Wick R. Miller

University of Utah Anthropological Papers

Jesse D. Jennings, series editor

Anthropology

This paper explains the Shoshoni alphabet and language and then recounts various stories of the Shoshoni based on their knowledge, traditions, and history.

The Anthropological Papers series is published on-demand on the Espresso Book Machine at the J. Willard Marriott Library of the University of Utah. No returns will be accepted.


Table of Contents:

A Word of Thanks
Introduction
• For the Shoshoni Reader
• The Shoshoni Alphabet
• The Shoshoni Sound System
• Grammatical Notes
• Introduction to the Stories
• Introduction to the Dictionary
• Introduction to the English
• Index

Stories
1. An Early Traveler Kills and Eats an Indian
2. Reminiscings of Rosie Pabweena
3. The Pickleweed Winter
4. Sun and Cottontail
5. Olden Days
6. William Lee Baptizes the Indians
7. William Lee Baptizes the Indians
8. Bat and Rattlesnake
9. Coyote and Negro
10. Why I Can't Speak English
11. The Origin of the Bear Dance
12. Antelope Jake
13. How I Got My Indian Name
14. Mourning

Notes to the Stories
Dictionary
English Index

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