By Virginia Beavert,Janne Underriner
The reward of information / Ttnuwit Atawish Nch�inch�imam� is a treasure trove of fabric for these attracted to local American tradition. writer Virginia Beavert grew up in a standard, Indian-speaking loved ones. either her mom and dad and her maternal grandmother have been shamans, and her formative years used to be populated via those who spoke tribal dialects and languages: Nez Perce, Umatilla, Klikatat, and Yakima Ichishk�in. Her paintings on local languages started at age twelve, while she met linguist Melville Jacobs whereas operating for his pupil, Margaret Kendell. while Jacobs discovered that Beavert was once a fluent speaker of the Klikatat language, he taught her to learn and write the orthography he had constructed to list Klikatat myths.
After a stint within the U.S. Air strength in the course of international conflict II, Beavert went directly to earn graduate levels in schooling and linguistics, and he or she has contributed to varied tasks for the maintenance of local language and teachings.
Beavert narrates highlights from her personal lifestyles and provides cultural teachings, oral historical past, and tales (many in bilingual Ishishk�in-English structure) approximately kin lifestyles, faith, ceremonies, foodstuff collecting, and different points of conventional culture.
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The Gift of Knowledge / Ttnuwit Atawish Nch�inch�imam�: Reflections on Sahaptin Ways by Virginia Beavert,Janne Underriner