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Browse Books in Native American Languages


A Naskapi Legend

by (author) John Peastitute
edited by Marguerite MacKenzie
translated by Julie Brittain & Silas Nabinicaboo
illustrated by Elizabeth Jancewicz
contributions by Bill Jancewicz

Inuinnaqtun English Dictionary

edited by Gwen Angulalik

Mācī-Anihināpēmowin / Beginning Saulteaux

by (author) Margaret Cote & Lynn Cote

Cree: Language of the Plains

nehiyawewin: paskwawi-pikiskwewin

by (author) Jean L. Okimasis


Beginning Saulteaux

by (author) Lynn Cote & Margaret Cote

Nakón-i’a wo! Beginning Nakoda

edited by Vincent Collette
contributions by Armand McArthur & Wilma Kennedy

Nakón-i’a wo!: Beginning Nakoda

edited by Vincent Collette
contributions by Armand McArthur & Wilma Kennedy

Inuktitut Dictionary

by (author) Alex Spalding

Linguistic Studies Native

by (author) Cook

The Dog's Children

Anishinaabe Texts told by Angeline Williams

edited by Leonard Bloomfield & John D. Nichols

100 Days of Cree

by (author) Neal McLeod
with Arok Wolvengrey

La Lawng: Michif Peekishkwewin Vol. 1

Language Practice

by (author) Lawrence Lawrence, Rita Flamand & Norman Fleury

These Are Our Legends

edited and translated by Jan Van Eijk

The Eighteenth-Century Wyandot

A Clan-Based Study

by (author) John L. Steckley

Woods Cree Stories

by (author) Solomon Ratt

Delaware-English / English-Delaware Dictionary

by (author) John O'Meara

Blackfoot Stories of Old

edited by Lena Russell & Inge Genee
illustrated by William Singer

Pakwa Che Menisu

by (author) Julie Flett
translated by Jennifer Thomas

Living in Harmony

by (author) Basil H. Johnston
illustrated by Adrian Nadjiwon

Cree: Words

compiled by Arok Wolvengrey

Witsuwit'en Grammar

Phonetics, Phonology, Morphology

by (author) Sharon Hargus

Nenapohs Legends

edited and translated by Margaret Cote

The Beginning of Print Culture in Athabasca Country

A Facsimile Edition & Translation of a Prayer Book in Cree Syllabics by Father Émile Grouard, OMI, Prepared and Printed at Lac La Biche in 1883 with an Introduction by Patricia Demers

introduction by Patricia Demers
translated by Naomi L. McIlwraith & Dorothy Thunder
foreword by Arok Wolvengrey

Making Wawa

The Genesis of Chinook Jargon

by (author) George Lang

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