A Vocabulary and Outlines of Grammar of the Nitlakapamuk Or Thompson Tongue: The Indian Language Spoken Between Yale, Lillooet, Cache Creek and Nicola Lake, Together with a Phonetic Chinook Dictionary, Adapted for Use in the Province of British Columbia

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St. Paul's Mission Press, 1880 - English language - 46 pages
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Page 1 - ... Nitlakapamuk | or | Thompson tongue, | (The Indian language spoken between Yale, Lillooet, | Cache Creek and Nicola Lake.) | Together with a | Phonetic Chinook Dictionary, | Adapted for use in the Province of | British Columbia. | By JB Good, S.
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