A List of Micmac Names of Places, Rivers, Etc., in Nova Scotia

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J. Wilson and son, 1892 - Micmac Indians - 12 pages
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Page 8 - Kalboo, caribou, the shoveller, because they shovel up the snow with their broad feet in digging down for the moss on which they feed.
Page 9 - English do, bat kbbk, the exact pronunciation of the Indian word. The " Narrows " above Halifax, and a narrow place in the Liverpool River, just below Milton, are thus named by the...
Page 6 - There is no / in Micmac ; when attempting to pronounce French or English words which contain this letter, the Indians give it the sound of b or p.
Page 10 - Algonkin (or algik) name for the Great Spirit, but applied to the devil by the original Christian missionaries) Satanic, Satanical, Mundoow
Page 9 - Harbor, and a narrow place in the Liverpool River just below Milton, are thus named by the Indians.
Page 6 - Newpskitk, the bed of the river is dry, and the rocks are bare. W6pk, the morning light, — " the opening of the eye of the morning.
Page 9 - This is beyond question the origin of the name of the city of Quebec. The French pronounce Quebec not kwe-bCk, as the English do, but kb-bk, the exact pronunciation of the Indian word. The

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