Language of White Indians

Title

Language of White Indians

Magazine

Improvement Era

Publication Type

Magazine Article

Year of Publication

1925

Authors

Sjodahl, J.M. (Primary)

Pagination

568–571

Date Published

April 1925

Volume

28

Issue Number

6

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Bibliographic Citation

Sjodahl, J.M. "Language of White Indians", Improvement Era, Vol. 28. no. 6 1925:568–571.

Abstract

This article is an analysis of the language of “white Indians” found by an American explorer in the mountains of Darien, in Panama. It reveals a vast number of words related to old world words in both form and meaning and claims some Hebrew words are found in this Indian language.

Language
Linguistics
Pre-Columbian American History
Linguistic Analysis
Language - Hebrew
Hebraic Indian Theory

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