A Vocabulary of Powhatan

A Vocabulary of Powhatan

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Publisher: Evolution Pub & Manufacturing

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Category: Foreign Language Study

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This vocabulary contains 109 entries in the Powhatan language of Virginia as collected on the 1606 voyage of Capt. John Smith. Alsoincludes word-lists from two otherwise unattested Virginia languages: 17 words of King William County Pamunkey collected in 1858, and six words of Nansemond collected from the last living speaker in 1907. This edition also features an introduction by Powhatan scholar Frederic Gleach.
A Dictionary of Powhatan
Language: en
Pages: 107
Authors: William Strachey
Categories: History
Type: BOOK - Published: 2005 - Publisher: Arx Publishing, LLC

This volume represents the largest vocabulary ever collected of Powhatan -- approximately 1,000 entries compiled by William Strachey around 1612. This edition is based on Major's 1849 printing of the British Museum manuscript, with variant forms and extra words cited from the Bodleian manuscript. Two supplementary word-lists of Virginia Algonquian
A Vocabulary of Powhatan
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Pages: 39
Authors: William Strachey
Categories: Foreign Language Study
Type: BOOK - Published: 1997 - Publisher: Evolution Pub & Manufacturing

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