tu st’kwas stqeeye’ | The Blind Wolf

Hul’q’umi’num’ Name: tu st’kwas stqeeye’

English name: The Blind Wolf

Producers and/or Creators: Hul’q’umi’num’ Language & Culture Society

Synopsis: An old blind wolf is helped by a bald eagle to transform into an orca.

Language: Hul’q’umi’num’
Dialect: Shts’um’inus
Media Type: Document & Presentation, Video
Instructional Type: Story
Fluency: Advanced, Intermediate

Find it at: https://sxwiem.hwulmuhwqun.ca/xuthinuws-ulihwiin-tsqway-wuxus-four-little-frogs/

More details about this resource:

George Seymour’ tells a marvelous story of the old, blind wolf who is helped by a bald eagle to transform into an orca. The movie lasts 6 minutes. The text and translation is presented on the web. This is a great story of kindness and transformation. It has a very nice introduction about the situation under which George originally heard the story.

Production Notes:

Story by George Seymour
Voice by George Seymour
Assistance from Ruby Peter
Transcribed and edited by Donna Gerdts
Art work by Sally Hart
Audio and video editing by Donna Gerdts
Funded by Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council

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Keywords: bald eagle, blind, Deception Pass, hungry, orca, thirsty, tired, wolf