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Alphonse, Ann., and Mary Jane Sayazie.
Dene Primary Phonics Book. Saskatoon, SK: Saskatchewan Indian Cultural Centre, 1994.

Bone, Robert, Earl Shannon and Stewart Raby
1973 The Chipewyan of the Stony Rapids Region: A Study of Their Changing World With Special Attention Focused on Caribou. Mawdsley Memoir 1. Institute for Northern Studies, University of Saskatchewan, Saskatoon

Brumbach, Hetty Jo, Robert Jarvenpa and Clifford Buell
1982 An ethnoarchaeological approach to Chipewyan adaptations in the late fur trade period. Arctic Anthropology 19(1): 1-49

Brumbach, Hetty Jo, Robert Jarvenpa, and Clifford Buell
1982 An Ethnoarchaeological Approach to Chipewyan Adaptations in the Late Fur Trade Period. Arctic Anthropology 19(1): 1-49.

Through the Season-A Dene-English Storybook. Saskatoon, SK: Fifth House Publishers, 1990.

Carter, Robin W.
1975 Chipewyan Semantics: Form and Meaning in the Language and Culture of an Athapaskan-speaking People of Canada. Unpublished PhD dissertation, Duke University, Durham, NC.

Cohen, Ronald and James W. VanStone
1963 Dependency and Self-sufficiency in Chipewyan Stories. Anthropological Series 62, National Museum of Canada Bulletin 194: 29-55. Ottawa

Cooper, John and J.M. Pénard
1978 "Land Ownership and Chieftaincy Among the Chippewayan [sic] and Caribou-eaters," pp. 76-80 in Cultural Ecology: Readings on the Canadian Indians and Eskimos. Carleton Library 65, Macmillan Company of Canada Limited, Toronto. (Original article published in 1929).

Dene Suline Yati Ditlise.
Prince Albert: Northern Canada Mission Distributors.2001.

Elford, Leon W., and Marjorie Elford.
Dene (Chipewayn) Dictionary. Prince Albert, SK: Nothern Canada Mission Distributors, 1998.

Gillespie, Beryl C.
1975 "Territorial Expansion of the Chipewyan in the 18th Century", pp. 350-388 in Proceedings, Northern Athapaskan Conference, 1971, ed. by A. McFadyen Clark. National Museum of Man, Mercury Series, Canadian Ethnology Service Paper 27, 2 vols.

1976 Changes in territory and technology of the Chipewyan. Arctic Anthropology 13(1): 6-11.

1981 "Territorial groups before 1821: Athapaskans of the Shield and the Mackenzie drainage", pp. 161-168 in Handbook of North American Indians, Vol. 6 (Subarctic), ed. by June Helm. Smithsonian Institution, Washington

Haas, Mary R.
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Igor, Solomon O.
Dene “K” Language Lessons. CD-ROM.Sakatoon: OBI Systems,1998.

Igor, Solomon O.
Dene “M” Language Lessons. CD-ROM.Sakatoon: OBI Systems,1998.

Igor, Solomon O.
Dene “S” Language Lessons.CD-ROM.Sakatoon: OBI Systems,1998.

Ives, John W.
(1990). A Theory of Northern Athapaskan Prehistory. University of Calgary Press

Jarvenpa, Robert
1975 The People of Patuanak: The Ecology and Spatial Organization of a Southern Chipewyan Band. Unpublished PhD Dissertation, University of Minnesota.

1976 Spatial and ecological factors in the annual economic cycle of the English River Band of Chipewyan. Arctic Anthropology 23(1): 43-69.

1977 Subarctic Indian trappers and band society: the economics of male mobility. Human Ecology 5(3): 223-260.

1979 Recent ethnographic research - Upper Churchill River drainage, Saskatchewan, Canada. Arctic 32(4): 355-365.

1980 The Trappers of Patuanak: Toward a Spatial Ecology of Modern Hunters. Mercury Series, Canadian Ethnology Service Paper 67. National Museum of Man, Ottawa.

Jenness, Diamond
956 The Chipewyan Indians: an account by an early explorer. Anthropologica 3: 15-33

Kasyon, Mary Jane.
Dene (chipewyan) Language Classification Verbs.Prince Albert, SK: Northern Canada Mission Distributors, 1997.

Koolage, William W. Jr.
1975 Conceptual negativism in Chipewyan ethnology. Anthropologica (n.s.) 17(1): 46-60.

Layman, Bill and Lynda Holland.

(Fall 1999). "The Athapaskan Language Family". Above and Beyond, p. 17

Lowie, Robert H.
1912 Chipewyan tales. Anthropological Papers of the American Museum of Natural History, Vol. 10.

MacNeish, June Helm
1960 Kin terms of Arctic drainage Dene: Hare, Slavey, Chipewyan. American Anthropologist 62: 279-295.

Marles, Robin James
1984 The Ethnobotany of the Chipewyan of Northern Saskatchewan. Unpublished MSc thesis, Department of Biology, University of Saskatchewan, Saskatoon.

Minni, Sheila
1976 The Prehistoric Occupations of Black Lake, Northern Saskatchewan. Mercury Series Paper No. 53, Archaeological Survey of Canada, National Museum of Man, Ottawa.

Moore, Pat and Angel Wheelock.
Wolverine Myths and Visions-Dene Traditions from Northern Alberta. Edmonton, AB: University of Albert Press, 1990.

Muller-Wille, Ludger
1974 Caribou never die!: modern caribou hunting economy of the Dene (Chipewyan) of Fond-du-Lac, Saskatchewan and N.W. T. The Musk-Ox 14: 7-19

Oswalt, Wendell H.
1978 "The Chipewyan: Subarctic Hunters", pp. 29-64 in This Land Was Theirs: A Study of the North American Indian.(3rd ed.). John Wiley and Sons, Inc., New York.

Parker, James
1972 The fur trade and the Chipewyan Indians. Western Canadian Journal of Anthropology 3(1): 43-57.

Paul, Simon.
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Reynolds, Margaret.
Dene Language. Saskatoon, SK: Curriculum & Department, Saskatchewan Indian Cultural College, 1977.

Reynolds, Margaret.
Dene Stories. Saskatoon, SK: Curriculum & Research Department, SaskatchewanIndian Cultural College, 1979.

Reynolds, Margaret., and Ben Garr.
John Goes Hunting. Saskatoon. Saskatchewan Indian Cultural College, 1973.

Richardson., Mr. Murray.
Chipewyan Grammar. Cold Lake: Northern Canada Evangelical Mission,1968.

Richardson., Mr. Murray., Rev. L. W. Elfrod., Rev. A. W. Franz.
Dene-102 Curriculum. Prince Albert:
Northern Canada Mission Press, 1981.

Rogers, Edward S. and Lee Updike
1970 The Chipewyan. The Beaver, Winter: 56-59. (With drawings).

Sharp, Henry Steven
1973 The Kinship System of the Black Lake Chipewyan. Unpublished PhD dissertation, Department of Anthropology, Duke University, Durham, NC.

1975 a Introducing the sororate to a northern Saskatchewan Chipewyan village. Ethnology 14(1): 71-82.

1975 b Trapping and welfare: the economics of trapping in a northern Saskatchewan Chipewyan village. Anthropologica, n.s. 17(1): 29-44.

1977 a The Chipewyan hunting unit. American Ethnologist 4(2): 377-392.

1977 b The Caribou-Eater Chipewyan: bilaterality, strategies of caribou hunting, and the fur trade. Arctic Anthropology 14(2): 34-40.

1979 Chipewyan Marriage. National Museum of Man Mercury Series, Canadian Ethnology Service Paper 58. Ottawa.

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