Grand River Territory Mohawk Language (Jamieson) UNAVAILABLE

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UNAVAILABLE This title is no longer available from the publisher Grand River Territory Mohawk Language was originally compiled by Julia L. Jamieson in 1958. Jamieson was an elementary school teacher at Six Nations of the Grand River, Ontario, whose family was interested in maintaining and teaching the Mohawk language. Chief Jacob Thomas Six Nations of the Grand River, revised and reissued the 5 booklets combining them into 1-70 page cerlox bound book. He maintained the original format and revised the Mohawk spelling to reflect current usage at Six Nations.

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Grand River Territory Onondaga Language UNAVAILABLE

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UNAVAILABLE Grand River Territory Onondaga Language was produced by Chief Jacob Thomas, Six Nations of the Grand River, Ontario. The package contains a 400+ vocabulary word list organized by themes such as food, animals, birds, colours, weather, corn, household objects, fruit, vegetables, Native handicrafts, and family members. The package also includes commands, questions and answers, and phrases for getting dressed. Jacob Thomas clearly pronounces each word/phrase twice making this language resource valuable for individual and classroom use.

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Great Law: 42 - 60 min. cassettes UNAVAILABLE

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UNAVAILABLE This title is no longer available from GoodMinds.com The Great Law is a reading of The Great Law of Peace by Chief Jacob Thomas, Six Nations of the Grand River, Ontario. Chief Thomas explains the origin, meaning, and relevance of The Great Law for interested people in June 1994. Chief Jacob Thomas was considered one of the most knowledgeable people from Six Nations regarding The Great Law and the Handsome Lake Code. Chief Thomas was at the forefront of local community efforts to preserve and promote the languages and ceremonies.

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Thanksgiving Address Short Version Onondaga UNAVAILABLE

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UNAVAILABLE Thanksgiving Address Short Version, Onondaga Language was produced by Chief Jacob Thomas, Six Nations of the Grand River, Ontario. The Thanksgiving Address is one of the key speeches of the Six Nations Iroquois. The Address is given to open and close social and religious gatherings in traditional Iroquois communities. It varies in length and detail according to each speaker. Chief Jacob Thomas recorded the short version of the Speech and prepared the Onondaga/English translation.

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The Tip of the Iceberg - Cayuga Immersion UNAVAILABLE

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UNAVAILABLE This title is no longer available from the publisher Owidragehya:ht The Tip of the Iceberg Cayuga Immersion consists of eleven 10-minute Cayuga language audiocassettes and two 55-page cerlox bound books developed by Chief Jacob Thomas, Six Nations of the Grand River, Ontario. The package presents common verb roots organized so that the learner can immediately ask a question and respond in Cayuga without having to deal with grammar. Practical vocabulary and phrases make the cassettes and texts useful for the beginner and fluent speaker.

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The Tip of the Iceberg - Mohawk Immersion Level 1 UNAVAILABLE

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UNAVAILABLE Tiiowisaka:tote The Tip of the Iceberg Mohawk Immersion consists of nine 10-minute audiocassettes and 2-55 page cerlox bound books developed by Chief Jacob Thomas, Six Nations of the Grand River, Ontario. The package presents common verb roots organized so that the learner can immediately ask a question and respond in Mohawk without having to deal with grammar. Practical vocabulary and phrases make the cassettes and texts useful for the beginner and fluent speaker.

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The Tip of the Iceberg - Onondaga Immersion Level 1 UNAVAILABLE

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UNAVAILABLE Ehsadeyehs:da Ehsada:dya Ogwehowe:kha The Tip of the Iceberg Onondaga Immersion consists of five 30-minute audiocassettes and two 55-page cerlox bound books developed by Chief Jacob Thomas, Six Nations of the Grand River, Ontario. The package presents common verb roots organized so that the learner can immediately ask a question and respond in Onondaga without having to deal with grammar. Practical vocabulary and phrases make the cassettes and texts useful for the beginner and fluent speaker.

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Tsinahotenshon:?a ionhtstha? ne onen tenionhskahon nok oni kakwa?shon:?a What she uses when she is cooking various things. (Food) UNAVAILABLE

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UNAVAILABLE This title is no longer available from the publisher Tsinahotenshon:?a ionhtstha? ne onen tenionhskahon nok oni kakwa?shon:?a What she uses when she is cooking various things was produced by Chief Jacob Thomas, Six Nations of the Grand River, Ontario. This Mohawk language resource includes a 7-minute audiocassette and a 31-page cerlox bound book, which introduces Mohawk food vocabulary. Thirty-four common food words are given in Mohawk/English on the introductory page. The following pages have black and white sketches of the item with the Mohawk spelling.

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Verb Roots in the Mohawk Language UNAVAILABLE

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UNAVAILABLE Verb Roots in the Mohawk Language was produced by Chief Jacob Thomas for a second year Native Studies course he taught at Trent University. The key to learning the Mohawk language begins with an understanding of the importance of verb roots. This package presents the declension for 12 verb roots with their various prefixes, suffixes, and tenses. Examples for male/female first person singular/dual/plural, male/female second person singular/dual/plural, feminine/masculine singular/dual/plural are provided. Indefinite prefixes and possessives are also covered.

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Words and Phrases in Onondaga UNAVAILABLE

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UNAVAILABLE Words and Phrases in Onondaga Language was produced by Chief Jacob Thomas, Six Nations of the Grand River, Ontario. The 5-page cerlox bound booklet contains 73 phrases in Onondaga and English. Jacob Thomas clearly pronounces each phrase on the 20-minute audiocassette. Sample verb roots introduce their complexity and importance to learning the Onondaga language. Examples for the verb Get, Obtain, include the phrases: where did you get it? I'll get it from her; can you get some for me; and he didn't get it. Words include strong tea, weak tea, deer hooves and horse hooves.

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