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Ohútkȟaŋ Origins No. 740

Learning a new language can seem a daunting task. But when the language is related to terms, phrases, and words in a known language it becomes easier.

For example:

hayake (hah-yah-kay) = clothing

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Ohútkȟaŋ Origins No. 739

Learning a new language can seem a daunting task. But when the language is related to terms, phrases, and words in a known language it becomes easier.

For example:

he (ghay) = mountain

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Ohútkȟaŋ Origins No. 738

Learning a new language can seem a daunting task. But when the language is related to terms, phrases, and words in a known language it becomes easier. 8 more words

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Ohútkȟaŋ Origins No. 737

Learning a new language can seem a daunting task. But when the language is related to terms, phrases, and words in a known language it becomes easier. 8 more words

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Ohútkȟaŋ Origins No. 736

Learning a new language can seem a daunting task. But when the language is related to terms, phrases, and words in a known language it becomes easier.

For example:

osihapi (ohn-shee-ghahn-pee) = humility

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Letter from The Standing Rock Sioux Tribe

Rebloging this from admin. Kelly’s post on my old site

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This letter from the Standing Rock Sioux Tribe arrived this morining via an email from ActionNetwork.org! 644 more words

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POP UP SEMINAR! "Violence in American History", Susannah Hopson

History at Hull is holding a pop up seminar on Wednesday 14th December, 1pm, in the Library Teaching Room 1. It will take the form of an assessment of Ned Blackhawk’s award-winning book “Violence Over the Land: Indians and Empires in the Early American West” (Harvard, 2006). 137 more words

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