Sewahio:wane Wahohiaien:ta'ne - He Got an Apple

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Sewahio:wane Wahohiaien:ta'ne - He's Got an Apple is a Mohawk language resource developed by the Kanehsatake Resource Centre and the Mohawk Language Centre, Kahnawake, Quebec. This 27-page illustrated story follows the travels of a caterpillar in search of food. The text is designed for students at the elementary level. Mohawk language only. There is no English translation provided. An excellent teaching resource for anyone learning Kanehsatake Mohawk.

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Ono:ra Kaia'ton:ni Oka:ra - The Corn Husk Doll

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Ono:ra Kaia'ton:ni Oka:ra - The Corn Husk Doll is a Mohawk story adapted by Karonhiano:ron Alice McDonald for Mohawk language students at Kanehsatake, Quebec. The illustrated text is written in Mohawk. This story about a faceless corn husk doll explains the meaning of true beauty. The text was developed for elementary level students learning the Mohawk language. Mohawk language only. There is no English translation provided. An excellent teaching resource for anyone learning Kanehsatake Mohawk.

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Ontiaten:ro Ne Isten:'a - My Mother is My Friend

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Ontiaten:ro Ne Isten:'a - My Mother is My Friend is a Mohawk story for beginning readers. The text was produced for elementary students learning Mohawk by the Kanehsatake Resource Centre and the Mohawk Language Centre, Kahnawake, Quebec. This 14-page illustrated language resource explains in simple phrases the many ways a mother helps a child. An excellent teaching resource for anyone learning Kanehsatake Mohawk.

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Language of Our Own, A : The Genesis of Michif, the Mixed Cree-French Language of the Canadian Metis OUT OF PRINT

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OUT OF PRINT This title is no longer available from the publisher A Language of Our Own: The Genesis of Michif, the Mixed Cree-French Language of the Canadian Metis is a groundbreaking linguistic study of a truly unique language. Michif is spoken by descendants of French Canadian fur traders and the Cree and Ojibwe of western Canada and the northern United States. Michif uses French for nouns and Cree for verbs making it an "impossible language" with two sets of grammatical rules. Bakker uses historical research and fieldwork data to present the first detailed analysis of Michif.

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