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Island of the blue Dolphin chapters 1-9 vocab

a member of a people native to the Aleut Island and the western Alaska Peninsula who are related physically and culturally to the Eskimos. Aleut
a deep valley with steep sides often with a stream flowing through it. canyon
a body of water having docks or port facilities. harbor
a landform with steep walls and a flat top. mesa
to hide; without draw or remove from obsvation. concealed
to speak, talk, or confer. parley
to be uncertain about; consider questionable or unlikely; hesitate to believe. doubted
a water bird. gull
a chain of rocks or a ridge of sand at or near the surface of the water. reef
a small narrow valley with steep sides. ravine
a skin of an animal with its fur. pelt
a large, coarse brown seaweed. kelp
the act of making ready. preparations
narrow opening resulting from a split or crack. crevice
point of unusually high land jutting out into a body of water. headland
sourse of water flowing out of the earth. spring
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