ALBERTA ELDERS CREE DICTIONARY: Alperta Ohci Kehtehayak Nehiyaw Otwestamakewasinahikan Paperback – 1 Dec 1998
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."demonstrates the amazing achievement of Alberta's Cree people in the last hundred plus years." "In illuminating the wealth of the Cree language, the dictionary more than meets its goal." Karen Rice, Letters in Canada "[A]landmark work of native scholarship." Suzanne Methot, Quill & Quire "[S]erves as a cultural focal point for an entire nationality." - Bruce Butcher, Athabasca Advocate "[T]he publication of this dictionary has made a major cultural contribution to the Cree Community, to preserving and rejuvenating the Cree language." - Lucianna Ciccocioppo, Folio
About the Author
Earle H. Waugh is Professor Emeritus and Director of the Centre for the Cross-Cultural Study of Health and Healing in the Department of Family Medicine, Faculty of Medicine & Dentistry, University of Alberta in Edmonton.