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Margaret Sam-Cromarty


Margaret Sam-Cromarty is a Chisasibi Cree poet from James Bay. According to Defending Mother Earth: Native American Perspectives on Environmental Justice edited by Jace Weaver, Margaret Sam-Cromarty is said to have left the reservation becuse of what she perceived as her people’s fighting, alcoholism, and corruption of money.


Books by Margaret Sam-Cromarty:

Sam-Cromarty, Margaret. Contes et poèmes cris = Cree poems and stories
Hull, Quebec : Lettresplus, 2000.
Genre: Poetry
Language: French and English
ISBN: 2922134032

Sam-Cromarty, Margaret. James Bay memoirs : a Cree woman’s ode to her homeland
Lakefield, Ont : Waapoone Pub. & Promotion, 1992.
Genre: Poetry
Audience: Adult
ISBN: 0969218567

Sam-Cromarty, Margaret. Légendes et poèmes indiens = Indian legends and poems
Val-d’Or, Quebec : D’ici et d’ailleurs, 1997.
Genre: Poetry
Language: French and English
ISBN: 2921055759

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