Volume 35

The 35th Algonquian Conference was held at the University of Western Ontario in October 2003 and was hosted by the First Nations Program at The University of Western Ontario. This volume is edited by H.C. Wolfart and was fully refereed. It includes eight pages of color illustrations.

September 2004. Pp. x, 434. ISSN 0031-5671; v.35 $48.00.

Contents

Kevin M. Alstrup, Queen’s University

Mi’kmaq Atukwaqann and Aural Symbolism in the Music-Making of Thomas George Poulette

George F. Aubin, Assumption College

Number Terms in Three Old Algonquin Manuscripts

Richard Burleson, University of Manitoba

The Time-Pitch Axis in Traditional Music of the First Nations

Barbara Burnaby, Memorial University of Newfoundland

The Linguistic Situation of the Innu in Labrador in light of Fishman’s Model

Andrew Cowell & Alonzo Moss, Sr., University of Colorado

The Linguistic Structure of Arapaho Personal Names

Regna Darnell, University of Western Ontario

The Persistence of Nomadic Habits in Urban-Rural Migration: Towards a Qualitative Demography

J. Peter Denny, University of Western Ontario

Construction Grammar and Verb Semantics in Cree and Ojibwe

Ives Goddard, Smithsonian Institution

Meskwaki Verbal Affixes

Chris Harvey, University of Manitoba

Unicode as a Standard Framework for Syllabics and Other Special Characters

Karl Hele, University of Western Ontario

James D. Cameron and the Baptist Mission at Bawating, 1831-1859

Marie-Odile Junker, Carleton University

Les Primitives Sémantiques Universelles en Cri de l’Est

Marie-Odile Junker, Carleton University & Marguerite MacKenzie, Memorial University of Newfoundland

Southern East Cree Pronouns

Mark Kuhlberg, Laurentian University

Disturbing Synergy Between Inspector and Inspected: The Gull Bay Case, 1916-1932

Philip LeSourd, Indiana University

The Internal Structure of the Noun Phrase in Maliseet-Passamaquoddy

John S. Long, Nipissing University

Finding and Keeping Teachers in First Nation Schools in Northwestern Ontario

Michael Marlatt, Ontario Land Surveyor & Canada Lands Surveyor, Corbeil, Ontario

The Calamity of the Initial Reserve Surveys under the Robinson Treaties

Cath Oberholtzer, Trent University

“Just Hanging Around”: James Bay Cree Bags

Richard A. Rhodes, University of California, Berkeley

Alexander Francis Chamberlain and The Language of the Mississaga Indians of Skugog

Rebecca Shields, University of Wisconsin, Madison

Word Order and Discourse in Menominee

Nicholas N. Smith, Brunswick, Maine

Wabanaki Chief-Making and Cultural Change

Lucy Thomason, Smithsonian Institution

Two, Three and Four Noun Phrases per Clause in Meskwaki

Willard Walker, Wesleyan University

Wabanaki Seating Arrangements