Mexican Shower; Geoduck (1909); Telegraph Stew (1870); Fado (1890)

A. Maberry maberry at U.WASHINGTON.EDU
Sun Nov 17 20:41:30 UTC 2002

The oldest I can find is the 9th ed. (Portland, Ore. : J.K. Gill, 1882)
60 p. (15th ed has 84 p.) New York Public claims to have the ninth ed. in
hard copy and the 10th (1884) in hard copy and on microfilm.

maberry at

On Sun, 17 Nov 2002 Bapopik at AOL.COM wrote:
> ---------------------------------------------
> GEODUCK (continued)
> compiled by John Gill
> Fifteenth edition
> Portland, Oregon: J. K. Gill Company
> 1909
> Pg. 14:
> Clams.  Razor clams, O'na.  little neck, Luck-ut-chee; quahang or large round
> clams of Puget Sound is called "Smetock" on the northen coasts, and the
> largest of all "go-duck."
> (What date is the first edition, and who has it?...I spent all day looking at
> Chinook language books, and this was the only one that had "geoduck"--ed.)

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