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Klahowya Magazine

‘Klahowya’ was the common and universal Chinook Jargon greeting meaning ‘hello’ or ‘hello friend’. Chinook Jargon originated as a pidgin trade language of the Pacific Northwest and spread quickly up the West Coast from modern-day Oregon to the regions now known as Washington, British Columbia and Alaska. We publish Klahowya twice a year, in Winter and Summer.

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