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Elias Molee

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Elias Molee (January 3, 1845 – September 27, 1928) was an American journalist, philologist and linguist. Background Elias Molee was born in Muskego, Wisconsin, the son of John Evenson Molie and Anne Jacobson Einong. The original spelling of the family name was Molie. His father emigrated from Tinn in the province of Telemark, Norway in 1839 and was an early farmer in Muskego. in 1906, while publishing his second book on teutonish, he lived in Tacoma, Washington. Career Elias Molee is known as the creator of the languages Amerikan and Tutonish. He also invented a system of shorthand and used only lower case letters (for example, he used "e" in place of "the") and a form of sign language symbols. In his autobiography molee's wandering (written without capital letters, which he considered "cruel, non-ethical, non-artistic, and non-scientific") he describes an idyllic childhood spent listening to tales of Norse mythology in his family's log cabin, eating "good panca
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