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
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.