|Title||Kamloops Wawa, Issue 126|
|Repository||University of Saskatchewan Libraries Special Collections|
|Fonds/Collection||Father J.M.R. LeJeune|
|Description:||On page 33 the editor discusses the contents, costs of the publication, back issues, and their use to learn Chinook, English, and French vocabulary. Discusses Christmas visitation of 350 Shushwap Indians in Kamloops and the group in Yale studying Chinook shorthand. Discusses how Indians learn at teach Chinook shorthand at other Indian communities and mentions names of individuals. Our Monthly Budget; News from the World; The Sugar Cane Bell (includes various engravings which accompany Chinook shorthand); Bishop Durieu's Old Testament, from Birth of Moses to The Ten Plagues of Egypt; Bishop Durieu's New Testament from The Paralytic to The Sermon on the Mount; Hymn to St. Joseph: A Specimen Page from our Future Prayer Book; Litanies of the Saints; The Sugar Cane Bell (Sugar Cane Tintin informs Wawa about real name of his country, Pelchuckshihshihshen, and discusses visit to a Mission school where he sees the products of Indian boys learning trades); Indian calendar for 1895.
Historical note:Photoengravings of Roman Catholic Chapel at North Bend, dedicated October 9, 1889 (p. 35); and the Chilliwack, B.C., Indian Brass Band (p. 43).
|Credit:||University of Saskatchewan Libraries Special Collections, Father J.M.R. LeJeune, Wawa-1-Wawa-S1-111; records from Our Legacy site, http://scaa.sk.ca/ourlegacy|
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