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Native American Pidgin English (AIPE)

It was an English-based pidgin spoken by Europeans and Native Americans in western North America.

To put it simply, it's American English and is much more similar to English than are many other English-based pidgins

The main geographic regions in which “Native American Pidgin English” was spoken was British Columbia, Oregon, and Washington.

This language is a mix between many languages that are made around english.

It was an English-based pidgin spoken by Europeans and Native Americans in western North America.

To put it simply, it's American English and is much more similar to English than are many other English-based pidgins

The main geographic regions in which “Native American Pidgin English” was spoken was British Columbia, Oregon, and Washington.

This language is a mix between many languages that are made around english.

It was an English-based pidgin spoken by Europeans and Native Americans in western North America.

To put it simply, it's American English and is much more similar to English than are many other English-based pidgins

The main geographic regions in which “Native American Pidgin English” was spoken was British Columbia, Oregon, and Washington.

This language is a mix between many languages that are made around english.

It was an English-based pidgin spoken by Europeans and Native Americans in western North America.

To put it simply, it's American English and is much more similar to English than are many other English-based pidgins

The main geographic regions in which “Native American Pidgin English” was spoken was British Columbia, Oregon, and Washington.

This language is a mix between many languages that are made around english.

It was an English-based pidgin spoken by Europeans and Native Americans in western North America.

To put it simply, it's American English and is much more similar to English than are many other English-based pidgins

The main geographic regions in which “Native American Pidgin English” was spoken was British Columbia, Oregon, and Washington.

This language is a mix between many languages that are made around english.

It was an English-based

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