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Tracks that Speak by Charles L. Cutler

Tracks that Speak

Description : An intriguing examination of the cultural impact of Native Americans on the English language provides a wealth of interesting studies that focus on a particular word borrowed from a Native American language, revealing what the word means, the role it played in traditional Indian societies, and its role in America today. Simultaneous.

Subtitle : The Legacy of Native American Words in North American Culture

Authors : Charles L. Cutler

Published Date : 2002

Publisher : Houghton Mifflin Harcourt

ISBN : 0618065105

Page : 255 Pages

Categories : History

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