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Spoken Cree, West coast of James Bay

C. D. Ellis

Spoken Cree, West coast of James Bay

by C. D. Ellis

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Published by Missionary Society of the Anglican Church of Canada in Toronto .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Cree language.

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby C. Douglas Ellis ; assisted by John Wynne.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsPM986 E4
    The Physical Object
    Pagination v. :
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL18119916M

    C. Douglas Ellis, ed. atalohkana nesta tipacimowina: Cree Legends and Narratives from the West Coast of James eg: University of Manitoba Press, Pp. xxxvi, , notes, glossary. ISBN This volume is Publication 4 of the Algonquian Text Society series produced in the Department of Linguistics at the University of Manitoba. Cree / ˈ k r iː / (also known as Cree–Montagnais–Naskapi) is a dialect continuum of Algonquian languages spoken by approximately , people across Canada, from the Northwest Territories to Alberta to Labrador. If it was classified as one language, it is the aboriginal language with the highest number of speakers in Canada. The only region where Cree has any official status is in the Language family: Algic, AlgonquianCree.

    Spoken Cree, Level I, west coast of James Bay / C. Douglas Ellis ; original informants, John Wynne, Anne Scott, Xavier Sutherland Ellis, C. D. (Clarence Douglas),   Spoken Cree = Ê-ililîmonâniwahk: level II, west coast of James Bay [electronic resource] by C. Douglas Ellis ; original informants, John Wynne, Anne Scott, Xavier Sutherland Text in English and Western James Bay Cree (in syllabics and roman orthography)Author: Desmond Wong.

    James Bay (French: Baie James, Cree: Wînipekw) is a large body of water located on the southern end of Hudson Bay in bodies of water extend from the Arctic Ocean, of which James Bay is the southernmost borders the Canadian provinces of Quebec and s within the bay, the largest of which is Akimiski Island, are part of countries: Canada. and West Coast of James Bay Cree. It is still heard in postconsonantal final position in certain dialects of East (i.e Quebec) Cree. • L. indicates lengthening of a preceding vowel which is not already long. In all cases presented here, the suffix consists of -o. L If a stem ends in File Size: KB.


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Cree Legends and Narratives from the West Coast of James Bay is a worthy addition to the publications of oral Cree texts, in the tradition of Leonard Bloomfield, Freda Ahenekew and H.C.

Wolfart. It is of great value for ethnologists, linguists and, last but not least, the communities themselves.5/5(1). Get this from a library. Spoken Cree, west coast of James Bay.

[C D Ellis; Anglican Church of Canada. Department of Missions.]. Spoken Cree, west coast of James Bay. [C D Ellis] -- First published inthis new edition has revised grammatical sections, is expanded with illustrative examples and is keyed to drills throughout the text.

Although there are different dialects, Cree is recognizably the same language whether on the western plains, in the northern woodlands or on the shores of James Bay. Based on Swampy Cree (N-Dialect) and Moose Cree (L-Dialect) spoken around James Bay, C.

Douglas Ellis\'s Spoken Cree has become the authoritative work on teaching Cree since its original release in \" \"Spoken Cree, Level I is.

This revised edition of Spoken Cree by C. Douglas Ellis is the first of three levels in a complete Cree language course, based on the "N" and "L" dialects spoken west of James Bay. Level I introduces the student to Cree by focussing on typical day-to-day situations.

Spoken Cree, level II, west coast of James Bay / C. Douglas Ellis ; original informants, John Wynne, Anne Scott, Xavier Sutherland. imprint Edmonton: University of Alberta Press, Stanford Libraries' official online search tool Spoken Cree books, media, journals, databases, government documents and more.

Spoken Cree, Level I, west coast of James Bay in SearchWorks catalog Skip to search Skip to main content. Spoken Cree, level I, west coast of James Bay. Edmonton: University of Alberta Press. Cover: Notes on the Cree Sound System (1) Notes on the Cree Sound System (2) Notes on the Cree Sound System (3) Notes on the Cree Sound System (4) Sample Unit.

Based on Swampy Cree (N-Dialect) and Moose Cree (L-Dialect) spoken around James Bay, C. Douglas Ellis's Spoken Cree has become the authoritative work on teaching Cree since its original release in ".

"Spoken Cree, Level I is the introductory volume of a newly revised three-level Cree language course. The materials offered on this site are based on the "N" and "L" dialects (also known as Swampy Cree and Moose Cree, respectively) spoken west of James Bay. Swampy Cree is heard from Manitoba eastward through the muskeg and the forest-covered lands of Northern Ontario to the shores of Hudson's and James Bay.

Moose and Swampy Cree Dictionary This is a Moose and Swampy Cree to English Dictionary, by C. Douglas Ellis, including the glossaries of the three Spoken Cree volumes and the Cree Legends and Narratives from the West Coast of James forms are given in Moose Cree. Based on the Swampy Cree (N-Dialect) and Moose Cree (L-Dialect) spoken on the West Coast of James Bay, C.

Douglas Ellis's Spoken Cree has become the authoritative work on the Cree language since its original release in Spoken Cree, Level II is an essential resource and teaching tool for everyone interested in the Cree language.4/5(1). Cree-English Lexicon (Language and Literature Series, Native American Linguistics, Ii) Order.

Leonard Bloomfield. Plains Cree Texts. Order. Ellis, Clarence Douglas. Spoken Cree: West Coast of James Bay. Pica Pica Press. (Textbook division of The University of Alberta Press).

Edmonton, Alberta, Canada. ISBN Ellis. Douglas. Spoken Cree, level I, west coast of James Bay. Edmonton: University of Alberta Press. Spoken Cree; level II, west coast of James Bay.

Ellis, C. Douglas. The U. of Alberta Press, [c] p. $ (pa) Ellis (linguistics and applied language studies, Carleton U., Ottawa) presents a revised edition of the intermediate volume of his three-level Cree language course, originally released in Spoken Cree, west coast of James Bay.

Edmonton: Pica Pica Press. MLA Citation. Ellis, C. Spoken Cree, west coast of James Bay / C. Douglas Ellis ; informants, John Wynne, Anne Scott, Xavier Sutherland Pica Pica Press Edmonton Australian/Harvard Citation.

Spoken Cree, Level 1, West Coast of James Bay ê-ililîmonâniwahk, revised edition of Spoken Cree by C Douglas Ellis, is the first of three levels in a complete Cree language course, based on the "N" and "L" dialects spoken west of James Bay.

Level I introduces the student to. Spoken Cree, level II, west coast of James Bay. [C D Ellis] -- This revised edition of Spoken Cree by C. Douglas Ellis is the second of three levels in a complete Cree language course, based on the "N" and "L" dialects spoken west of James Bay.

Spoken Cree, Level 1, West Coast of James Bay ê-ililîmonâniwahk, revised edition of Spoken Cree by C Douglas Ellis, is the first of three levels in a complete Cree language course, based on the "N" and "L" dialects spoken west of James Bay.

Level I introduces the student to Cree by focussing on typical day-to-day situations. This is the first major body of annotated texts in James Bay Cree, and a unique documentation of Swampy and Moose Cree (Western James Bay) usage of the s and s.

Conversations and interviews with sixteen different speakers include: legends, reminiscences, historical narratives, stories and conversations, as well as descriptions of 4/5(1). ‘Home Is the Hunter (The James Bay Cree and Their Land)’ by Hans M. Carlson is an extensive and informative book however it may be more suited to the scholar than the casual reader.

Having lived and travelled with the Cree, the author offers his personal view which adds to the thoroughly researched and well cited material covered. by: Spoken Cree = Ê-ililîmonâniwahk: level II, west coast of James Bay / C. Douglas Ellis ; original informants, John Wynne, Anne Scott, Xavier Sutherland Ellis, C.

D. (Clarence Douglas). This manual and its sound files represent the Cree languages spoken on the west coast of James Bay. From greetings to social gatherings, from school to hunting and trapping, each phrase is first given in English, then in Moose Cree (L-dialect), and then in Swampy Cree (N-dialect).