Demonstration of different sign of Indian sign language by General Hugh L. Scott, United States.
United States USA Date:1931 Duration:52 sec Sound:NO SOUND
A film named 'Dictionary of Indian Sign Language' starts. General Hugh L. Scott seated on a chair demonstrates Native American Indian sign language. General demonstrates sign Water that is to drink, apple creek and Arkansas river that is flint arrowhead. Specifically: Apple Creek signs: WATER TREE BERRY/FRUIT SPINY, which translates to Spiny-fruit-tree-river (River of the spiny-fruit tree). Arkansas River signs: WATER FLINT (ARROW) TIP, which translates to Flint-arrowhead-river. ARROW is left out for abbreviation.
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