Cree is the most widespread native language in Canada. The Alberta Elders' Cree Dictionary is a highly usable and effective dictionary that serves students, business, governments, and media. Designed for speakers, students, and teachers of Cree; includes Cree-English and English-Cree sections. [See online dictionary at http: //www.creedictionary.com or download the app from iTunes.]aquot;Reflections of a Structure of Cree in the Spoken English of Bilingual Crees, aquot; Western Canadian Journal of Anthropology i ^969): ... Edmonton: Alberta Education, 1969. ... College of Education, 1970. ... Todd, Eveleyn M. aquot;Ojibwa Syllabic Writing and Its Implications for a Standard Ojibwa Alphabet, aquot; Anthropological Linguistics 14, no. ... aquot;The Current State of Cree Language Studies, aquot; Western Canadian Journal of Anthropology 3, no. ... Meet Cree: A Practical Guide to the Cree Language.
|Title||:||Alberta Elders' Cree Dictionary|
|Author||:||Nancy LeClaire, George Cardinal, Harold Cardinal, Emily Hunter, Earle H. Waugh|
|Publisher||:||University of Alberta - 1998|