Cree Tribe on Native American Authors

Online resources about the Cree

Chapleau Cree First Nation
Author: Lark Ritchie
Type: tribal
Description: An unofficial site for the Chapleau Cree, it includes a Chapleau Cree directory, stories of the Chapleau Cree, and historical information.

URL: http://www.reocities.com/chapleaucree/

The Crees of Northern Quebec
Author: Arctic Circle
Type: tribal
Description: Information about the Cree people of Northern Quebec including photoessay, history, culture and language information from the Artic Circle website by Norman Chance.

URL: http://arcticcircle.uconn.edu/CulturalViability/Cree/

The Plains Cree: An Ethnographic, Historical, and Comparative Study
Author: David G. Mandelbaum
Type: tribal
Description: Full text of the 1979 book of the same name by Mandelbaum.

URL: http://www.schoolnet.ca/aboriginal/Plains_Cree/index-e.html

Stone Child College
Author: Stone Child College
Type: tribal
Description: “Stone Child College was chartered by the Chippewa-Cree Business Committee on May 17, 1984. It was the feeling of tribal leaders
that the establishment of a college was necessary for the preservation and maintenance of the Chippewa-Cree culture, and for
the educational training of its tribal membership.”


Treaty Between Queen Victoria and the Cree and Saulteaux Tribes
Author: Indian and Northern Affairs, Canada
Type: tribal
Description: Text of a treaty, dating September 25, 1877, between “the Queen” and the Cree and Saulteaux Tribes at the Qu’Appelle and Fort Ellice.

URL: http://www.ainc-inac.gc.ca/pr/trts/trty4_e.html

Uncovering Manitoba’s Historical Aboriginal Women
Author: Best of Manitoba
Type: etext
Description: In this short essay, Sutherland describes her research into the history of aboriginal Cree women in Manitoba, Canada. She researched her own family history and discovered the story of her maternal grandmother, Nahoway, whom she wrote about in her book Nahoway, a Distant Voice.

URL: http://www.bestofmanitoba.com/content/ar-2005-003.php

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