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6.6.17

SEMESTER 2, WEEK 2, PART C, CAVES

 
CAVES 

At the place of caves, in the buffalo land, they at last had food, on pleasant plain.
 Oligonunk sisilaking nallimetzin kolakwaming.


SEMESTER 2, WEEK 2, PART B, SALT & GOING SEAWARD


SALT MAN. LITTLE ONE

After him, the Salt-Man was chief, after him the Little-One was chief
Sawkimawtenk shiwapi, sakimatenk penkwoni.
GOING SEAWARD
There was no rain, and no corn, so they moved further seaward.

 Attasokelan attaminin wapaniwaen italissipek.

SEMESTER 2: WEEK 2, CORN

CORN BREAKER

After him, Corn-Breaker was chief, who brought about the planting of corn.

Sakimawtenk huminiend minigeman sohalgol.

STRONG MAN

After him, the Strong-Man was chief, who was useful to the chieftains.
 Sakinawtenk alkosohit sakimachik apendawi.

31.5.17

SEMESTER II, ANSWERS TO WEEK I


NOT BLACK
After him, 
Not-Black was chief, 
who was a straight man.
MUCH-LOVED
After him, 
Much-Loved was chief, 
a good man.
NO-BLOOD
After him, 
No-Blood was chief, 
who walked in cleanliness.
SNOW-FATHER
 After him, 
Snow-Father was chief, 
he of the big teeth.
TALLY MAKER
After him, 
Tally-Maker was chief, 
who made records.
SHIVERER-WITH-COLD
 After him, 
Shiverer-with-Cold was chief,
 who went south
to the corn land

SEMESTER II, WEEK 1, PART 3, TALLY MAKER & SHIVERS WITH COLD TO MINIHAHA

1368
TALLY MAKER
After him, 
Tally-Maker was chief,
 who made records.
 Sagimawtenk olumapi,
 leksahowen sohalawak.
1369
SHIVERS-WITH-COLD
After him, 
Shiverer-with-Cold was chief,
 who went south 
to the corn land.
Sagimawtenk taguachi 
shawaniwaen minihaking.


SEMESTER II, WEEK1, PART B NO-BLOOD & SNOW FATHER

1366
NO BLOOD
After him, 
No-Blood was chief, 
who walked in cleanliness.
Sagimawtenk matemik, sagimawtenk pilsohalin.
1367
SNOW-FATHER
After him,
Snow-Father was chief,
 he of the big teeth.

Sagimawtenk gunokeni, sagimawtenk mangipitak.

SEMESTER II, WEEK I, NOT BLACK & MUCH LOVED

1364
N0T BLACK
After him,

Not-Black was chief,
 who was a straight man.
Wtenk nekama sakimanep tasukamend shakagapipi.
1365
MUCH LOVED

After him,
Much-Loved was chief,
a good man.


Wtenk nekama sakimanep pemaholend wulitowin.