Dictionary of the Intertribal Indian Language Commonly Called Chinook
Tacoma: Smith-Digby Co, 1924. 93 pages. The author was a member of a pioneer family in Steilacoom, Washington, a lawyer, and supposedly a fluent Chinook speaker. A relatively scarce book on the lingua franca of Northwest American trade and perhaps the only one compiled by a woman. ISBN: B000X6OOEY.
First edition (first printing). A near fine copy in wrappers (paperback).