Kago Buku : notes by captain Kago from Tabiki Tapahoni River, Suriname, written in Afaka script

in New West Indian Guide / Nieuwe West-Indische Gids

The Afaka script is an indigenous syllabic script designed in the early 20th c. Ndjuka is the only creole language in the world with its own script. The 19 Kago texts (1920-30) that are transcribed, translated, and explained here offer much material for the study of syllabic scripts and Maroon societies.

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Kago Buku : notes by captain Kago from Tabiki Tapahoni River, Suriname, written in Afaka script

in New West Indian Guide / Nieuwe West-Indische Gids

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