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[[page number in pencil in far right corner]] 91
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[[in red]][[underline]] 52 pp. [[/underline]]
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[[in red]] Withdrawn for Tsinshian, ^[[and "near Ms.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]]
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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

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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