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[[page number in pencil in far right corner]] 91 [[stamped page number]] 92 [[in red]][[underline]] 52 pp. [[/underline]] 92 - 143 [[/in red]] [[in pencil]] & [[strikethrough]] [[in red]] 190 - 219 [[/in red]] [[/strikethrough]] ··· ··· [[/in pencil]] [[in red]] Withdrawn for Tsinshian, ^[[and "near Ms. in existence" to be printed see Vol. V of Am. Mus. Nat. Hist.]] [[/in red]] [[in pencil]] To [[underline in blue]] be printed [[/underline in blue]] in NY [[Destroy?]] 92 - 143 = New MS pp. [[/in pencil]] [[in blue]] [[circled]] 11 - 1904 [[/circled]] [[/in blue]] Gūqālā lāī Dā Gālē sā Living a tribe there the first of the āwīgīnōx lāx ―――¯―――― tribes at _ WāwāLā, lāī Gīgādās nānwāḵāwī lā lāī ¯¯¯¯¯¯ ¯ ¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯ ······· then there chief was ········· then they mūqī Dā Bībāgānāmī sāsāms nānwāḵāwī. ¯ ¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯ say for the young men the sons of ········· _ tītāwīnīnōx lāī Dā HāyāL,ā all mountain goats hunted they say the young men _ āx mālxLō, lā so that mountain goat then _ lāī Gīs GōLālāx Xīnāqālāsās sīs ¯ he did not know what become of his Gūqālūdī tribes the passed _ lāām lāwīs GēLā, lāām ¯ now there say long passed now there Wīlī Xīsīdī Gūqālūt all missing the tribe
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