Re: no Delaware interpreters?

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Posted by Mike S. on October 24, 2000 at 11:01:09:

In Reply to: Re: no Delaware interpreters? posted by Beth on October 24, 2000 at 10:19:34:

: : : Since no one answered my post yesterday I assume no one knows the lines in the film that are in Delaware? Wow, I thought you guys knew everything....

: : Well, we do ... EXCEPT that! :)
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: AHA!!!! I have found your one weakness! Too bad...I always wanted to learn a native language....looks like a good time to start.


Well, Beth, you can start by buying the "Handbook of the Delaware Indian Language, The Oral Tradition of a Native People" by Scott Hayes Wenning, available from Wennawoods Publishing, RR 2 Box 529C, Goodman Road,Lewisburg, PA 17837
1-800-796-1702. It is a very good starter book on this language.

or see

Scott is the keeper of the language, so he knows his stuff.



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