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ChinookInformation about the Chinook
Chinookan groups include:
Ranald MacDonald (3 February 1824 – August 24, 1894), a half-Chinookan, born in Fort Astoria, Oregon, to Archibald MacDonald, a Scottish Hudson's Bay Company fur trader, and Raven, a Chinook Indian "princess"[?], was the first man to teach English in Japan, in 1847-1848, including educating Einosuke Moriyama, one of the chief interpreters to later handle the negotiations between Commodore Perry and the Tokugawa Shogunate.
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