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[[page number in pencil in top right corner]] 188 [[stamped page number in top margin]] 190 [[note in blue pencil in top margin]] [[circled]] 11 - 1904 [[/circled]] [[/note in blue pencil]] [[notes in red ink in top margin]] [[underline]] 30 pp. [[/underline]] 190-219 & 92-143 withdrawn for Tsimshian to be printed in Vol. V. Mus. Nat. Hist. [[/notes in red ink]] [[notes in pencil in top margin]] 190-219 = New MS. pp. [[underline]] to be printed NY [[/underline]] Destroy [[/notes in pencil]] GēẊīdā lāī D,ā D,gādāḵī lāxā Yās,dāgīn ¯ Come from they say the woman to that stekeen _ Līgādā D,gūmqālāgās lā lāī māyūLīdā s,ā ¯ ¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯ her name was ............ then she confined she the Bābāgūm, Hīẋīdā āmlā Wīs Dīs,āmẋīdī little boy right away they say he turn into stone Dā Gānāw,āmẋdī Xā lā W,ālās nāˀgē lāx the child the passed that now large mountain at _ Yās,dāgēn W,āẋām Līgādā lān Gīs GāLālāx ¯ ¯ ¯ ¯ stekeen he have, a ...... and I don't know Līgāmāsā nāˀgē , lā lāī WīW,āgā nūqī ¯ ¯ the name of his the mountain, then she got brothers that her
"stekeen" may refer to the Stikeen River in British Columbia, an area of the Tlingit tribes, north of the Kwakiutl tribes
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