The name Cree, comes from "Kristineaux", or "Kri" for short; a name given to Native Americans from the James Bay area by French fur traders.
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Arctic and Subarctic Tribes: Cree
Basic information about the tribe's traditional gender, sex, and societal roles.
Cree Language and the Cree Indian Culture
Language, culture, history, and genealogy.
Four Directions Institute: Cree
Tribal profile, timeline, and links.
Friends of the Lubicon
Toronto-based volunteer non-profit assisting the Lubicon Lake Indian Nation in their land rights struggle. Link to negotiations chronology since 1939.
Games of the Plains Cree
Play the traditional games of Canada's Cree.
Little Red River Cree Nation
Community websites and a map of local lands.
Moose Cree First Nation
Programs, services, and information about the community of Moose Factory.
Muskeg Lake Cree Nation
Community, business and education. Saskatchewan, Canada.
Nisichawayasihk Cree Nation
Centred at Nelson House, this nation (also known as Where Three Rivers Meet) is located in northern Manitoba and is governed by an elected chief and six councillors. Includes information on economic development as well as events, links, news and events.
Quebec History Encyclopedia: Cree
Article on the tribe from the Handbook of Indians of Canada.
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