river 1

 

BRANCH 4: (questions and answers)


 

Question 3

tαn wətatsin? 
What color is s/he? 

 

mkasewíko 
s/he is black (ember) 

anikəwátso 
s/he is blue (blue mushroom) 

mskíhkəwatso 
s/he is green (grass) 

mkʷiko 
s/he is red 

wisάwiko 
s/he is yellow 

tohpkʷanəčəsso 
s/he is brown (earth, soil) 

wαpeyo 
s/he is white 

sonapəčəsso 
s/he is purple (jam) 

skʷàməčəsso 
s/he is pink (salmon) 

mάlatso 
s/he is gray 

álənčəsso 
s/he is orange (English loan word)


 

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April 7, 1604

French cartographer Samuel de Champlain leaves from France with a French nobleman, Pierre Du Gua De Monts, for Maine. They entered the Bay of Fundy by May, and later Champlain would meet Penobscot Chief Bashabez at the mouth of the Kenduskeag Stream on the Penobscot River.