Plains Cree

Bibliography and Web Links

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Scribe, Murdo.
Murdo Otachanohkewin-Achanohkewon Oshci (Murdo’s Story-Cree Language Translation). Pemmican Publications Inc, 1988.

Ahenakew, Freda & H. C. Wolfart (editors and translators) (1992)
Kóhkominawkak otácimowiniwáwa: Our Grandmothers' Lives As Told In Their Own Words. Stories by Glecia Bear et al., with English translation and extensive notes. Saskatoon, Saskatchewan: Fifth House Publishers.

Ahenakew, Freda & H. C. Wolfart (editors and translators) (1998)
Ana ká-pimwéwéhahk okakéskihkémowina: The Counselling Speeches of Jim Ká-Nípitéhtéw. Winnipeg, Manitoba: University of Manitoba Press. Publications of the Algonquian Text Society, 5.

Ahenakew, Freda (1987)
Cree Language Structures: a Cree Approach. Winnipeg: Pemmican Publications.

Ahenakew, Freda (editor and translator) (1989)
Kiskinahamawâkan-âcimowinisa / Student Stories. Written by Cree-speaking students. Winnipeg, Manitoba: Department of Linguistics, University of Manitoba.

Ahenakew, Freda.

Nehiyaw-Nikamona-Songs in Cree and English. Regina, SK: Saskatchewan Indian Languages institute- Federation of Saskatchewan Indian Nations, 1986.

Ahenakew, Freda.
Waskahikaniwiyiniw-acimowina-stories of the House People. Winnipeg, MB: University of Manitoba Press, 1987.

Alberta Education.
Nehiyawewin Ekwa Nistam Pimacihowin Kiskinohamakewin-Cree Language and Culture Program. Edmonton, AB: Albert Education,1989.

Anderson, Ann.
Learning Cree Book II and III. Edmonton, AB: Four Arrows, 1970.

Anderson, Ann.
Lets Learn Cree-Namoya Ayiman. Edmonton, AB: Ann Anderson, 1976.

Anderson, Ann.
Tweleve Basic Lesson-Basic Course. Edmonton AB: Ann Anderson, 1975.

Anderson, Anne.
Cree Picture Dictionary Book 1-See it, Say it, Write it. Edmonton,AB: Ann Anderson. 1975.

Anderson, Anne.
Cree Reader. Edmonton, AB:Cree Productions, 1975.

Anderson. Ann.
Cree Vocabulary book and Workbook, 2nd and Level. Edmonton, AB: Ann Anderson, 1970.

Bellegarde, Jean L. and Solomon Ratt (1992a)
Cree, Language of the Plains.. Regina: Sasketchewan Indian Federated College.

Bellegarde, Jean L. and Solomon Ratt (1992b)
Cree, Language of the Plains: Workbook. Regina: Sasketchewan Indian Federated College.

Bloomfield, Leonard (1930)
Sacred Stories of the Sweet Grass Cree. Canada. National Museum Bulletin 60, Anthropological Series 11. (Reprinted AMS Press, New York, 1976: Fifth House, Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, 1993.)

Bloomfield, Leonard (1934)
Plains Cree Texts. Publications of the American Ethnological Society 16. New York: G. E. Stechert & Co. (Reprinted AMS Press, New York, 1974.)

Burley, David, Jean Prentice, and Jim Finnigan 1982
The Prehistory of the Nipawin Region and its Relationship to Northern Plains and Boreal Forest Culture History, vol.3, pp. 44-88, edited by David Burley and David Meyer. Publication No. C-805-25-E-82. Saskatchewan Research Council, Saskatoon Department of Native Studies. Cree Language Lessons. Brandon: Brandon University, 1972.

Hives, The Rev. H.E.
Cree Grammar. Toronto: The Church of England in Canada. 1948.

Igor, Solomon O,
First Nations cree Language Lesson.CD-ROM. Saskatoon: OBI Systems Inc.

LeClaire , Nancy., George Cardinal and Earle Waugh eds.
Alberta Edler’s Cree Dictionary. Edmonton, Alberta: University of Alberta Press.

LeClaire, Sister Nancy and George Cardinal (1998)
The Alberta Elders' Cree Dictionary. Edmonton: University of Alberta Press.

Vandall, Peter & Joe Douquette (1987)
Wâskahikaniwiyiniw-âcimowina / Stories of the House People. Edited and translated by Freda Ahenakew. Winnipeg: University of Manitoba Press.

Whitecalf, Sarah (1993)
Kinêhiyâwiwininaw Nêhiyawêwin / The Cree Language is Our Identity: The La Ronge Lectures of Sarah Whitecalf. Edited and translated by H. C. Wolfart and Freda Ahenakew. Winnipeg, Manitoba: University of Manitoba Press.

Wolfart, H. Christoph & Ahenakew, Freda (1998)
The Student's Dictionary of Literary Plains Cree: Based on Contemporary Literary Texts. Winnipeg, Manitoba: Department of Linguistics, University of Manitoba. Memoir 15, Alonquian and Iroquoian Linguistics.

Wolfart, H. Christoph & Janet F. Carroll
(1981) Meet Cree: Guide to the Cree Language. Edmonton: University of Alberta Press

Wolfart, H. Christoph
(1969) An Outline of Plains Cree Morphology. Ph.D. dissertation, Yale University.

Wolfart, H. Christoph
(1971) "Plains Cree Internal Syntax and the Problem of Noun Incorporation," Proceedings of the International Congress of Americanists 38.3.511-218.

Wolfart, H. Christoph
(1973) "Plains Cree: A Grammatical Study," Transactions of the American Philosophical Society n.s. 63.5.

Wolfart, H. Christoph
(1978) "How Many Obviatives: Sense and Reference in a Cree Verb Paradigm," in Eung-Do Cook and Jonathan Kaye (eds.) Linguistic Studies of Native Canada (Vancouver: University of British Columbia) pp. 255-271.

Wolfart, H. Christoph (1991)
"Passives With and Without Agents," in H. Christoph Wolfart (ed.) Linguistic Studies Presented to John L. Finlay (Algonquian and Iroquoian Linguistics 8).

Wolfart, H. Christoph (1996)
"Sketch of Cree, an Algonquian Language," in Ives Goddard (ed.) Handbook of North American Languages. Volume 17: Languages. Washington, D.C.: Smithsonian Institution. pp. 390-439.


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