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Newe natekwinappeh: Shoshoni stories and dictionary. / Compiled by Wick R. Miller.

Author/Creator:
Miller, Wick R.
Publication:
Salt Lake City, University of Utah Press, 1972.
Format/Description:
Book
vii, 172 p. 28 cm.
Series:
Anthropological papers (University of Utah) no. 94.
Anthropological papers, no. 94.
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Subjects:
Shoshoni language.
Contents:
An early traveler kills and eats an Indian.
Reminiscings of Rosie Pabweena.
The pickleweed winter.
Sun and cottontail.
Olden days.
William Lee baptizes the Indians.
Bat and rattlesnake.
Coyote and Negro.
Why I can't speak English.
The origin of the bear dance.
Antelope Jake.
How I got my Indian name.
Mourning Dove.
Notes:
English and Shoshoni.
Tales in Shoshoni and English.
OCLC:
684224