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[[a lined page with four columns: first column lists English words; second column lists Miami words; third and fourth columns left blank]]

[[first column]] 
[[preprinted]] ENGLISH.        
73 summer
74 autumn
75 winter
76 wind
77 thunder              
78 lightning
79 rain
80 snow
81 fire                 
82 water
83 ice
84 earth, land
85 sea
86 river
87 lake
88 valley
89 prairie
90 hill, mountain
91 island
92 stone, rock
93 salt
94 iron
95 forest
96 tree
97 wood
98 leaf
99 bark
100 grass
101 pine
102 maize
103 squash
104 flesh, meat
105 dog                 
106 buffalo             
107 bear
108 wolf [[/preprinted]]
[[handwritten in bottom margin]]
[[/first column]]

[[second column]]      
[[spaces relating to 73 through 76 left blank]]
[[77]] peconhea
[[spaces relating to 78 through 80 left blank]]
[[81]] cotaewe
[[spaces relating to 82 through 104 left blank]]
[[105]] ellameaw
[[106]] Sanawsewa
[[correlating to "raccoon."]] cutasebunt[[underline]]z[[/underline]]
[[correlating to "potatoes."]] panekie
[[correlating to "beans."]] cocheshag[[underline]]u[[/underline]] [[written above "u"]] EE [[/written above "u"]]
[[correlating to "corn."]] mingepe
[[/second column]]

[[third column]]
[[all spaces relating to 73 through 108 left blank]]
[[written in bottom margin]] pumpkin - ame cone
crane - saugea?
[[/third column]]

[[fourth column]]
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