Vocabulary and outlines of grammar of the Nitlakapamuk or Thompson tongue

TitleVocabulary and outlines of grammar of the Nitlakapamuk or Thompson tongue
Publication TypeBook
Year of Publication1880
AuthorsGood J.B
CityVictoria [B.C.]
LibraryNew York Public Library
Call Number*KF 1880 Good
NotesNote on the front flyleaf: “I made a speech to an Assembly composed of seven different tribes in British Columbia. An interpreter translated my speech into Chinook sentence by sentence, and each sentence was retranslated for the benefit of each tribe by one of their number who also knew Chinook. Consequently there was an interval of fully ten minutes between each sentence. D & A. May 1899”.
BindingHalf bound in brown goatskin by Zaehnsdorf with the stamp in gold at the tope left hand corner of the upper cover
BinderZaehnsdorf (London)
SignatureInscription on the upper cover: “His Excellency the Earl of Dufferin with the author’s respectful compliments”
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