Dictionary of Powhatanby William Strachey
The largest vocabulary ever collected of Powhatan, approximately 1000 entries compiled by William Strachey around 1612. This edition is based on Major's 1849 printing of the British Museum manuscript; with variant forms and extra words cited from the Bodleian manuscript. Two supplementary word-lists of Virginia Algonquian are also included: nine words from an anonymous relation of 1607 attributed to Gabriel Archer, and 29 words from Robert Beverley's 1705 "History and Present State of Virginia." Features an introduction by Powhatan scholar Frederic Gleach.
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