Excerpt from The Song of Hiawatha
The vocabulary of Indian words is founded on that given by Longfellow. References and a few explanations have been added, as well as about twenty words which he seems to have overlooked. On the other hand, I have retained words given by him a... lthough they do not occur in the text.
Miss Alice M. Longfellow, daughter of the poet, has most kindly sent me information on various points. As her letter has, unfortunately, arrived too late to allow of corrections being made in my notes, I have added a few extracts from her letter at the end of Remarks on Hiawatha, p. Xxiv.
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