Here we will revisit some of the words we learned in Branch 6.
Do you see it?
ahtα nənamihtowən I don't see it
kənótamən' Do you hear it?
ahtα nənotamowən I don't hear it
kənámihα' Do you see h/her
ahtὰ nənamihαwi I don't see h/her
kənòtawα' Do you hear h/her?
ahtα nənotawαwi I don't hear h/her
Do you see me?
ahtα kənamihiw I don't see you
kənòtawi' Do you hear me?
ahtα kənotawiw I don't hear you
kəwéwtawi' Do you understand me?
ahtὰ kəwewtolo I don't understand you
July 21, 1857
Author and Transendentalist Henry David Thoreau comes to Indian Island and hires Joe Polis for a journey to Moosehead Lake, the West Branch of Penobscot, the Allagash, East Branch of Penobscot, and then back down the main branch of the Penobscot River.