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[[notation]] Seneca 1896 Joshua Buck [[/note]]

^[[1 Djōʽha" Hodiāñna?
Pigeon Song
Naye tea' Niyawe'n'ī' tea', 
hodi dog e'n'se' ne' ońgwe'. Naye'ne' odi'na'gwā'ha' [[strikethrough]]ga'do'[[/strikethrough]]doga't o'a- yu'hēñ' onade[[superscript]]'n'[[superscript na 'se[[superscript]]'n'[[superscript]] ne' djō'hä thõge' ne' hēñnon'gwe' te[[superscript]]n[[superscript]]se' gon'-noñgwe' hacliksa'shon''ā[?]] o'nī' gēn'dyo'-gowā'ne[[superscript]]n[[superscript]]one [[superscript]]n[[superscript]] wa'hon'dendya,Ue'tio wa'henne' tea' dyo'na'gwa'ha"[[?]]'. Wa'hadiyo[[?]]'. Tho'ge' óne[[?]] wa'hadinadaye[[?]] ne'ltio[[?]] ga'hwadjiäge'bēñ'. Ne'tho di'haya'dādye' ne' agwás ha'sa' wa'hadodiāg'a te[[?]]se' ya' stē[[?]] de'hoi'hwāye[[?]], hongwe'díyo'. Naye' dī' onē[[?]] wa'ltion'dawēñ-

Transcription Notes:
complete with exception of special characters *second user* came over from another Hewitt manuscript (Oneida vocab) to see if there was any more insight into his transcription style. I created a "system" that seemed logical on the other project but don't want to get too caught up in it if it's inaccurate or not helpful. Feedback from a staff member would be incredibly helpful!

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