Tuesday, June 14, 2005

Cree Bibliography

Beaton, K.J. Ed. Birch Bark Talking: A Resume of the Life and Work of the Rev. James Evans.(Toronto, The Board of Home Missions, 1940

Bennett, J.A.H., and J.W. Berry. "The Future of Cree Syllabic Literacy in Northern Canada." The Future of Literacy in a Changing World. Ed. Daniel A. Wagner. Rev. ed. Cresskill, NJ: Hampden P, 1999. 271-290.

Berry, J.W. and Bennett, J.A. (1991). Cree Syllabic Literacy: Cultural Context and Psychological Consequences. Tilburg University Monographs in Cross-Cultural Psychology. Tilburg: Tilburg University Press.

Burnaby, Barbara (ed.). Promoting Native Writing Systems in Canada. Toronto: Ontario Institute for Studies in Education, 1985. A fundamental collection of studies on Aboriginal literacy, including case studies in Cree, Inuit, Montagnais and Dene communities.

Mason, Roger Burford. Travels in the Shining Island(Toronto, Natural Heritage Books, 1996)

McLean, John. James Evans: Inventor of the Syllabic System of the Cree Language (Toronto, Methodist Mission Rooms, 1890)

Murdoch, J. (1981) Syllabics: A Successful Educational Innovation. Unpublished masters dissertation, University of Manitoba

Nichols, J. (1996) The Cree syllabary. In P.T. Daniels and W. Bright (eds) The World’s Writing Systems (pp. 599–611). Oxford: Oxford University Press

Peel, Bruce. The Rossville Mission Press(Montreal, Osiris, 1974)

Young, Egerton R. The Apostle of the North: Rev. James Evans (Toronto, Wm. Briggs, 1900)

Shipley,Nan. The James Evans Story (Toronto, The Ryerson Press, 1966)


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