2 edition of Yon-doo-shah-we-ah (nubbins) found in the catalog.
Bertrand N. O. 1870-1928 Walker
|Statement||by Hen-Toh (Wyandot)|
|LC Classifications||PS3545.A456 Y6 1924|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||73|
|LC Control Number||25000436|
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‘Yon-doo-shah-we-ah’, Yon-doo-shah-we-ah book word meaning nubbins. Pronounce each syllable just as it is spelled; or rather just as each would be pronounced in English, with a slight accent on ‘doo’ and a more marked accent on ‘we.’ -Hentoh.
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Walker, Bertrand N.O. Yon-doo-shah-we-ah (Nubbins) Oklahoma City: Harlow Publishing Company, Genre: Poetry Language: English Audience: Adult.
Return to. Bertrand N. Walker, who published his poems under his Wyandot name, Hen-toh, was born in He is the author of the poetry collection Yon-Doo-Shah-We-Ah (Nubbins) (Harlow, ) and Tales of the Bark Lodges (Harlow, ), a book of Wyandot animal stories.
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‘Yon-doo-shah-we-ah’, Wyandot word meaning nubbins. Pronounce each syllable just as it is spelled; or rather just as each would be pronounced in English, with a slight accent on ‘doo’ and a more marked accent on ‘we.’ -Hentoh.
Weber, Following Bernhardt Wall, p. “The plates for this book were etched at Houston and printed and bound at Lime Rock [etcher’s printed slip in this copy indicates this copy was created entirely in Houston].
It is dedicated to Herbert Godwin, Esq., ‘Tennessean by birth, Texan by adoption, a public-spirited citizen and lover of the.
In Walliana, Wall describes the book as “The best of my etchings in Prose, Poetry and Pictures, done in 30 years of the art of etching.” Lowman, Printing Arts in Texas, p. “[Wall () was] a gentle, patient, sensitive man who was, by any standard, a well-rounded artisan.