This list is a selection of some of the published references cited in Papers of the Algonquian Conference/Actes du congrès des Algonquinistes Vol. 32-46, and illustrates the revised bibliographical style that was introduced with Volume 47. It was last updated 25 August 2016. In spite of the imperfections which undoubtedly persist, it may be useful to some contributors, and help to speed along the editorial and production process. Please feel free to cut and paste wherever you find it helpful.

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Cadieux, Lorenzo, and Robert Toupin. 1982. Les robes noires à l’Ile du Manitou: 1853-1870. Documents historiques, no. 75. Société Historique du Nouvel-Ontario, Sudbury.

Caldwell, Alan, and Monica Macaulay. 2000. The current status of the Menominee language. Papers of the 31st Algonquian Conference, ed. by John D. Nichols, pp. 18-29. Winnipeg: University of Manitoba.

Callendar, Charles. 1962. Social Organization of the Central Algonkian Indians. Milwaukee Public Museum Publications in Anthropology, no. 7.

Callendar, Charles. 1978. Fox. Handbook of North American Indians 15: Northeast, ed. by Bruce Trigger, pp. 636-647. Washington DC: Smithsonian Institution.

Callender, Charles, with Richard K. Pope and Susan M. Pope. 1978. Kickapoo. Handbook of North American Indians 15: Northeast, ed. by Bruce G. Trigger, pp. 656–667. Washington: Smithsonian Institution.

Callender, Charles. 1978. Sauk. Handbook of North American Indians 15: Northeast, ed. by Bruce G. Trigger, pp. 648–655. Washington: Smithsonian Institution.

Callender, Charles. 1978. Shawnee. Handbook of North American Indians 15: Northeast, ed. by Bruce G. Trigger, pp. 622–635. Washington: Smithsonian Institution.

Calliou, Sharilyn. 2001. Introduction: Situating the puppet masters. Aboriginal education in Canada: A study in decolonization, ed. by K.P. Binda and Sharilyn Calliou, pp. 1-8. Mississauga: Canadian Educators’ Press.

Calloway, Colin G. 1987. Crown and calumet: British Indian relations 1783-1815. Norman: University of Oklahoma Press.

Calloway, Colin G. 1989. Simon Girty: Interpreter and intermediary. Being and becoming Indian: Biographical studies of North American frontiers, ed. by James A. Clifton, pp. 38-58. Chicago: The Dorsey Press.

Calloway, Colin G., ed. 1991. Dawnland encounters: Indians and Europeans in northern New England. Hanover, New Hampshire: University Press of New England.

Calverley, David. 1999. Who controls the hunt? Ontario’s Game Act, the Canadian government and the Ojibwa, 1800-1940. PhD thesis. University of Ottawa.

Calverley, David. 2000. The poet and the bureaucrat: Reconsidering Duncan Campbell Scott. Visions and voices in Temagami: Papers presented at Visions of the North, ed. by A.W. Plumstead, pp. 63–75. North Bay: Nipissing University.

Calverley, David. 2009. The dispossession of the northern Ojibwa and Cree: The case of the Chapleau Game Preserve. Ontario History 101:64–82.

Campana, Mark. 1988. Mood and binding in Palauan. McGill Working Papers in Linguistics 5:163–189.

Campana, Mark. 1989. Algonquian and the absolutive case hypothesis. Actes du 20e Congrès des Algonquinistes, ed. by William Cowan, pp. 70-78. Ottawa: Carleton University.

Campana, Mark. 1994. Possessor-licensing in Passamaquoddy. Actes du 25e Congrès des Algonquinistes, ed. by William Cowan, pp. 46-58. Ottawa: Carleton University.

Campana, Mark. 1996. The conjunct verb in Algonquian. Canadian Journal of Linguistics 41.3:201–234.

Campbell, Lyle. 1997. American Indian languages: The historical linguistics of Native America. New York: Oxford University Press.

Canapé, Tommy. 1986. Tshi-Shan ka tshimutik tauapekaikanilu. Betsiamites: Services Éducatifs Conseil de Bande de Betsiamites.

Canby, Noble. 1892. “Chicago of To-Day,” The Chautauquan. Meadville, PA: AT.T.L. Flood Publishing.

Candler, Craig. 1999. Healing and cultural formation in a Bush Cree community. MA Thesis. Department of Anthropology, University of Alberta.

Carstens, Vicky. 2008. DP in Bantu and Romance. The Bantu–Romance Connection: A comparative investigation of verbal agreement, DPs, and information structure, ed. by Cécile de Cat and Katherine Demuth. pp. 131–165. Amsterdam: John Benjamins.

Carver, Jonathan. 1781. Travels through the interior parts of North America, in the years 1766, 1767, and 1768. London.

Carver, Jonathan. 1976. The journals of Jonathan Carver and related documents, 1766-1770, ed. by John Parker. St. Paul: Minnesota Historical Society Press.

Casagrande, Joseph B. 1955. John Mink, Ojibwa informant. Wisconsin Archeologist 36:106-128.

Chabot, Cecil. 2001. Merging Amerindian and Euroamerican understandings of a shared past: the 1832 Washaw conflict. MA thesis, Université de Montréal.

Chafe, Wallace, and Johanna Nichols (eds.). 1986. Evidentiality: The linguistic coding of epistemology. Norwood, New Jersey: Ablex.

Chamberlain, Alexander Francis. 1892. The language of the Mississaga Indians of Skûgog: A contribution to the linguistics of the Algonkian tribes of Canada. Philadelphia: MacCalla.

Champagne, Nancy. 2007. Pukaskwa pits: Rethinking the vision quest hypothesis. Arch Notes 12.5:17- 21.

Chandler, Michael J, Christopher E. Lalonde, Bryan W. Sokol, and Darcy Hallett. 2003. Personal Persistence, Identity Development, and Suicide: A Study of Native and Non Native North American Adolescents. Oxford: Blackwell Publishing.

Chapdelaine, Claude, and Greg Kennedy. 1990. The identity of the prehistoric occupants of the Temiscouata area. Papers of the 21st Algonquian Conference, ed. by William Cowan, pp. 72-83. Ottawa: Carleton University.

Chapdelaine, Claude. 1983. La culture préhistorique “Pointe Péninsule:” Algonquienne ou iroquoienne? Actes du 14e Congrès des Algonquinistes, ed. by William Cowan, pp. 159-167. Ottawa: Carleton University.

Chilton, Elizabeth S. 2005. Farming and social complexity in New England: AD 1000-1600. North American archaeology, ed. by Timothy R. Pauketat and Diana DiPaolo Loren, pp. 138–160. Blackwell Press, Studies in Global Archaeology Series.

Chilton, Elizabeth S. 2012. New England Algonquians: Navigating “backwaters” and typological boundaries. The Oxford handbook of North American archaeology, ed. by Timothy R. Pauketat, pp. 262–272. Oxford: Oxford University Press.

Christianson, Kiel, and Fernanda Ferreira. 2005. Conceptual accessibility and sentence production in a free word order language (Odawa). Cognition 98.2:105–135.

Churchill, S. 1986. The education of cultural and linguistic minorities in OECD countries. Clevedon (Avon): Multilingual Matters.

Chute, Janet Elizabeth. 1992. Ceremony, social revitalization and change: Micmac leadership and the annual festival of St Anne. Papers of the 23rd Algonquian Conference, ed. by William Cowan, pp. 45-61. Ottawa: Carleton University.

Chute, Janet Elizabeth. 1993. The concept of “tribe” as a useful tool for examining Micmac organization and leadership. Papers of the 24th Algonquian Conference, ed. by William Cowan, pp. 17-31. Ottawa: Carleton University.

Chute, Janet Elizabeth. 1995. Pursuing the Great Spirit’s power: Ojibwa ways of revitalizing the failing world system. Papers of the 26th Algonquian Conference, ed. by David H. Pentland, pp. 35-51. Winnipeg: University of Manitoba.

Chute, Janet Elizabeth. 1997. Preservation of ethnic diversity at Garden River: A key to Ojibwa strength. Papers of the 28th Algonquian Conference, ed. by David H. Pentland, pp. 44-70. Winnipeg: University of Manitoba.

Chute, Janet Elizabeth. 1998. Ojibwa leadership during the fur trade era at Sault Ste. Marie. New faces of the fur trade: Selected papers of the Seventh North American Fur Trade Conference, Halifax, Nova Scotia, 1995, ed. by Jo-Anne Fiske, Susan Sleeper-Smith and William Wicken, pp. 153-172. East Lansing: Michigan State University Press.

Chute, Janet Elizabeth. 1998. The legacy of Shingwaukonse: A century of Native leadership. Toronto: University of Toronto Press.

Cinque, Guglielmo. 1999. Adverbs and functional heads: A cross-linguistic perspective. New York: Oxford University Press.

Clark, Caven P. 1990. A dog burial from Isle Royale, Lake Superior: an example of household ritual sacrifice in the Terminal Woodland Period. Midcontinental Journal of Archaeology 15.2:265-278

Clarke, Sandra, and Marguerite MacKenzie. 1980. Indian teacher training programs: An overview and evaluation. Papers of the 11th Algonquian Conference, ed. by William Cowan, pp. 19-32. Ottawa: Carleton University.

Clarke, Sandra, and Marguerite MacKenzie. 1982. Emerging rules in North West River (Shesha:tshi:t) Montagnais. Papers of the 13th Algonquian Conference, ed. by William Cowan, pp. 219-235. Ottawa: Carleton University.

Clarke, Sandra, and Marguerite MacKenzie. 1984. Language change in Sheshatsiu Montagnais. Papers of the 15th Algonquian Conference, ed. by William Cowan, pp. 225-240. Ottawa: Carleton University.

Clarke, Sandra, and Marguerite MacKenzie. 1986. Social correlates of linguistic variation in Sheshatshiu Montagnais. Actes du 17e Congrès des Algonquinistes, ed. by William Cowan, pp. 65-80. Ottawa: Carleton University.

Clarke, Sandra, and Marguerite Mackenzie. 2007. Labrador Innu-aimun: An Introduction to the Sheshatshiu dialect. St. John’s, Newfoundland: Department of Linguistics, Memorial University of Newfoundland.

Clarke, Sandra, Marguerite Mackenzie, and Deborah James. 1993. Preverb usage in Cree/Montagnais/Naskapi. Papers of the 24th Algonquian Conference, ed. by William Cowan, pp. 32-45. Ottawa: Carleton University.

Clarke, Sandra. 1982. North-West River (Sheshâtshît) Montagnais: A grammatical sketch. Ottawa, Ontario: National Museum of Man Mercury Series, Canadian Ethnology Service Paper 80.

Cleland, Charles E. 2001. The place of the pike (Gnoozhekaaning): A history of the Bay Mills Indian Community. Ann Arbor: University of Michigan Press.

Clermont, Norman. 1977. La transformation historique des systèmes économiques algonquiens. Actes du 8e Congrès des Algonquinistes, ed. by William Cowan, pp. 182-187. Ottawa: Carleton University.

Clifton, James A. 1975. A place of refuge for all time: Migration of the American Potawatomi into Upper Canada, 1830 to 1850. National Museum of Man, Mercury Series, Canadian Ethnology Service Paper 26, Ottawa.

Clifton, James A. 1975. Potowatomi [sic] leadership roles: On Okama and other influential personages. Papers of the 6th Algonquian Conference, ed. by William Cowan, pp. 42-99. National Museum of Man, Mercury Series, Canadian Ethnology Service Paper 23. Ottawa.

Clifton, James A. 1977. The prairie people: Continuity and change in Potawatomi Indian culture 1665-1965. Lawrence: Regents Press of Kansas.

Clifton, James A. 1984. The Pokagons, 1683-1983, Catholic Potawatomi Indians of the St. Joseph River Valley. Lanham, MD: University Press of America.

Clifton, James A. 1989. Alternate identities and cultural frontiers. Being and becoming Indian: Biographical studies of North American frontiers, ed. by James A. Clifton, pp. 1-37. Chicago: The Dorsey Press.

Coates, Ken S. 2000. The Marshall decision and Native rights. Kingston: McGill-Queen’s University Press.

Cohen, Robin. 1995. Landscape, story, and time as elements of reality in Silko’s Yellow Woman. Weber Studies: An Interdisciplinary Humanities Journal 12:141-47.

Collette, Vincent. 2014. Description de la morphologie grammaticale du cri de l’Est (dialecte du Nord, Whapmagoostui). PhD thesis, Université Laval.

Colman Sister Bernard, Ellen Frogner, and Estelle Eich. 1961. Ojibwa myths and legends. Minneapolis: Ross and Haines, Inc.

Common, R.W. 1990. Toward a more equitable post-secondary educational system for Natives in Canada. Papers of the 21st Algonquian Conference, ed. by William Cowan, pp. 84-99. Ottawa: Carleton University.

Conathan, Lisa, and Esther J. Wood. 2003. Repetitive reduplication in Yurok and Karuk: Semantic effects of contact. Papers of the 34th Algonquian Conference, ed. by H.C. Wolfart, pp. 19-33. Winnipeg: University of Manitoba.

Conathan, Lisa. 2002. Pragmatic convergence: Person hierarchies in Northern California. Proceedings of the Seventh Workshop on Structure and Constituency in the Languages of the Americas, ed. by L. Bar-El, L. Watt and I. Wilson, pp. 15-27. Vancouver: UBC Working Papers in Linguistics.

Conathan, Lisa. 2005. Arapaho verbal reduplication: form and meaning. Papers of the 36th Algonquian Conference, ed. by H.C. Wolfart, pp. 95–105. Winnipeg: University of Manitoba.

Connerton, Paul. 2004. How Societies Remember. New York: Cambridge University Press.

Cook, Clare E. 2008. The syntax and semantics of clause-typing in Plains Cree. PhD thesis, University of British Colombia.

Cook, Clare, and Jeffery Mühlbauer. 2006. The behavior of obviation in elicitation. Papers of the 37th Algonquian Conference, ed. by H.C. Wolfart, pp. 77–104. Winnipeg: University of Manitoba.

Cook, Clare. 2003. A semantic classification of Menominee preverbs. Papers of the 34th Algonquian Conference, ed. by H.C. Wolfart, pp. 35-56. Winnipeg: University of Manitoba.

Cook, Clare. 2005. Extraction marking vs. scope-marking in Nêhiyawêwin and Yorùbá. Proceedings of the 2004 Canadian Linguistics Association Annual Conference, ed. by Marie-Odile Junker, Martha McGinnis, and Yves Roberge. Online: <http://www.eastcree.org/mojunker/ACL-CLA/pdf/Cook-CLA-2004.pdf.>

Cook, Eung-Do. 1991. Lexical derivation and stress in Cree. Papers of the 22nd Algonquian Conference, ed. by William Cowan, pp. 21-29. Ottawa: Carleton University.

Cooper, Clara (ed.). 1979. Hard times: Stories by elders from Mistassini. Mistassini: Cree Publications.

Cooper, John M. 1933. The northern Algonquian supreme being. Primitive Man 6.3-4: 41–111.

Cooter, David. 1989. L’Apparat françois-montagnais du Père Laure. Actes du 20e Congrès des Algonquinistes, ed. by William Cowan, pp. 79-85. Ottawa: Carleton University.

Copway, George (Kahgegagahbowh). 1972. The traditional history and characteristic sketches of the Ojibway nation. London: Charles Gilprin [1850].

Corbiere, Alan. 2003. Exploring historical literacy in Manitoulin Island Ojibwe. Papers of the 34th Algonquian Conference, ed. by H.C. Wolfart, pp. 57-80. Winnipeg: University of Manitoba.

Corbiere, Mary Ann. 1997. Gaawii wi kidwin miiksesnoo: Semantic rules for the selection of some Ojibwe adverbs. Papers of the 28th Algonquian Conference, ed. by David H. Pentland, pp. 71-84. Winnipeg: University of Manitoba.

Costa, David J. 1991. Approaching the sources on Miami-Illinois. Papers of the 22nd Algonquian Conference, ed. by William Cowan, pp. 30-47. Ottawa: Carleton University.

Costa, David J. 1992. Miami-Illinois animal names. Algonquian and Iroquoian Linguistics 17:19-44.

Costa, David J. 1993. The Mission Press Wea Primer of 1837. Papers of the 24th Algonquian Conference, ed. by William Cowan, pp. 46-63. Ottawa: Carleton University.

Costa, David J. 1994. The Miami-Illinois language. PhD thesis, University of California, Berkeley.

Costa, David J. 1996. Reconstructing initial change in Algonquian. Anthropological Linguistics 38:39-72.

Costa, David J. 1999. The kinship terminology of the Miami-Illinois language. Anthropological Linguistics 41:28–53.

Costa, David J. 2000. Miami-Illinois tribe names. Papers of the 31st Algonquian Conference, ed. by John D. Nichols, pp. 30-53. Winnipeg: University of Manitoba.

Costa, David J. 2001. Shawnee noun plurals. Anthropological Linguistics 43:255-287.

Costa, David J. 2002. Historical topics in Shawnee inflection. Essays in Algonquian, Catawban and Siouan linguistics in memory of Frank T. Siebert, Jr., ed. by Blair A. Rudes and David J. Costa, pp. 1-13. Winnipeg: Algonquian and Iroquoian Linguistics Memoir 16.

Costa, David J. 2002. Preverb usage in Shawnee narratives. Papers of the 33rd Algonquian Conference, ed. by H.C. Wolfart, pp. 120-161. Winnipeg: University of Manitoba.

Costa, David J. 2003. The Miami-Illinois language. Lincoln, Nebraska: University of Nebraska Press.

Costa, David J. 2007. The dialectology of Southern New England Algonquian. Papers of the 38th Algonquian Conference, ed. by H.C. Wolfart, pp. 81-127. Winnipeg: University of Manitoba.

Costa, David J. 2008. New notes on Miami-Illinois. Papers of the 39th Algonquian Conference, ed. by Karl S. Hele and Regna Darnell, pp. 123-165. London, Ontario: University of Western Ontario.

Cote, Margaret R., Solomon Ratt, and Terry J. Klokeid. 1987. Conditional sentences in Cree and Saulteaux. Papers of the 18th Algonquian Conference, ed. by William Cowan, pp. 49-57. Ottawa: Carleton University.

Cowan, William. 1976. The generation gap in Montagnais dialectology. Papers of the 7th Algonquian Conference, ed. by William Cowan, pp. 323-338. Ottawa: Carleton University.

Cowan, William. 1977. *xk/<theta>k proto-algonquien dans le montagnais du 17e siècle. Actes du 8e Congrès des Algonquinistes, ed. by William Cowan, pp. 143-150. Ottawa: Carleton University.

Cowan, William. 1979. Pierres tombales indiennes à Moisie. Papers of the 10th Algonquian Conference, ed. by William Cowan, pp. 3-9. Ottawa: Carleton University.

Cowan, William. 1982. General Treat’s vocabulary of Narragansett. Papers of the 13th Algonquian Conference, ed. by William Cowan, pp. 11-21. Ottawa: Carleton University.

Cowan, William. 1983. Marginalia Algonquiana. Actes du 14e Congrès des Algonquinistes, ed. by William Cowan, pp. 321-329. Ottawa: Carleton University.

Cowan, William. 1984. The Indian from Olympus. Papers of the 15th Algonquian Conference, ed. by William Cowan, pp. 125-134. Ottawa: Carleton University.

Cowan, William. 1987. Ojibwa vocabulary in Longfellow’s HiawathaPapers of the 18th Algonquian Conference, ed. by William Cowan, pp. 59-67. Ottawa: Carleton University.

Cowan, William. 1991. Philological spadework in the Jesuit Relations: A letter in Algonquin. Papers of the 22nd Algonquian Conference, ed. by William Cowan, pp. 48-57. Ottawa: Carleton University.

Cowan, William. 1992. Cree vocabulary in the works of James Oliver Curwood. Papers of the 23rd Algonquian Conference, ed. by William Cowan, pp. 63-78. Ottawa: Carleton University.

Cowan, William. 1998. Delaware vocabulary in the works of Conrad Richter. Papers of the 29th Algonquian Conference, ed. by David H. Pentland, pp. 74-89. Winnipeg: University of Manitoba.

Cowan, William. 2001. Passing through time. Historiographia Linguistica 28.1-2:229-248.

Cowell, Andrew, and Alonzo Moss, Sr. (eds.). 2005. Arapaho historical traditions told by Paul Moss. Publications of the Algonquian Text Society. Winnipeg: University of Manitoba Press.

Cowell, Andrew, and Alonzo Moss, Sr. 2002. A reconstructed conjunct order participle in Arapaho. International Journal of American Linguistics 68.3:341–365.

Cowell, Andrew, and Alonzo Moss, Sr. 2002. The conjunct order in Arapaho: Forms and functions. Papers of the 33rd Algonquian Conference, ed. by H.C. Wolfart, vol. 33, pp. 162-180. Winnipeg: University of Manitoba.

Cowell, Andrew, and Alonzo Moss, Sr. 2003. Arapaho place names in Colorado: Form and function, language and culture.Anthropological Linguistics 45.4:349-389.

Cowell, Andrew, and Alonzo Moss, Sr. 2004. The linguistic structure of Arapaho personal names. Papers of the 35th Algonquian Conference, ed. by H.C. Wolfart, pp. 61-74. Winnipeg: University of Manitoba.

Cowell, Andrew, and Alonzo Moss, Sr. 2005b. Arapaho stories of Richard Moss. Translation and critical study of three traditional Arapaho oral narratives. Algonquian Spirit: Contemporary translations of the Algonquian literatures of North America, ed. by Brian Swann, pp. 472–494. Lincoln: University of Nebraska Press.

Cowell, Andrew, and Alonzo Moss, Sr. 2008. The Arapaho Language. Boulder: University Press of Colorado.

Cowell, Andrew. 2002. A note of clarification on the Arapaho TA verb. Algonquian and Iroquoian Linguistics 27:17.

Cowell, Andrew. 2004. Arapaho placenames in Colorado: Indigenous mapping, white remaking. Names 52:21–41.

Cowell, Andrew. 2005. Arapaho plant names. Papers of the 36th Algonquian Conference, ed. by H.C. Wolfart, pp. 1–31. Winnipeg: University of Manitoba.

Cowell, Andrew. 2007. Arapaho imperatives: Indirectness, politeness and communal “face”. Journal of Linguistic Anthropology 17.1:44—60.

Cox, Harvey. 1994. Fire from heaven: The rise of Pentecostal spirituality and the reshaping of religion in the twenty-first century. Reading, Massachusetts: Addison-Wesley Publishing Company.

Cox, Philip. 1903. Life of Moses Henry Perley, writer and scientist. Proceedings of Miramichi Natural History Association 4:33-40.

Craig, Colette. 1992. A constitutional response to language endangerment: The case of Nicaragua. Language 68.1:17-24.

Craik, Brian. 1975. Fur trapping and food sharing in Fort George, Québec. Papers of the 6th Algonquian Conference, ed. by William Cowan, pp. 223-236. National Museum of Man, Mercury Series, Canadian Ethnology Service Paper 23. Ottawa.

Craik, Brian. 1979. We are divided by the light: Experience and belief in a Cree society. Papers of the 10th Algonquian Conference, ed. by William Cowan, pp. 66-78. Ottawa: Carleton University.

Craik, Brian. 1982. The animate in Cree language and ideology. Papers of the 13th Algonquian Conference, ed. by William Cowan, pp. 29-35. Ottawa: Carleton University.

Crane, Susan A. 1997. Writing the individual back into collective memory. The American Historical Review 102.5:1372–1385.

Crimmins, Jerry. 2006. Fort Dearborn. Evanston: Northwestern University Press.

Critchley, Kim, Fiona Walton, Vianne Timmons, Janet Bryanton, Mary Jean McCarthy, and Jennifer Taylor. 2006. Personal health practices around physical activity as perceived by the Aboriginal children of Prince Edward Island. Journal of Aboriginal Health 3.1:26–33.

Cruikshank, Julie. 1990. Life lived like a story: Life stories of three Yukon Native elders. Lincoln: University of Nebraska Press.

Cruikshank, Julie. 1992. Invention of anthropology in British Columbia’s Supreme Court: Oral tradition as evidence in ‘Delgamuukw v. B.C.’. B.C. Studies 95:25-42.

Cruikshank, Julie. 1998. The Social Life of Stories: Narrative and Knowledge in the Yukon Territory. Lincoln: University of Nebraska Press.

Cude, Daniel G. 2001. Identifying the Ojibway of Northern Lake Superior and the Boundary Water Region, 1650-1750. Actes du 32e Congrès des Algonquinistes, ed. by John D. Nichols, pp. 74-99. Winnipeg: University of Manitoba.

Cummins, Bryan. 1990. Attawapiskat Cree land use and state intervention. Papers of the 21st Algonquian Conference, ed. by William Cowan, pp. 100-113. Ottawa: Carleton University.

Cummins, Bryan. 1992. Trapper-trader: An analysis of the structure of relations. Papers of the 23rd Algonquian Conference, ed. by William Cowan, pp. 79-90. Ottawa: Carleton University.

Cunningham, Rob. 1997. Community development at the Department of Indian Affairs in the 1960s: Much ado about nothing. MA Thesis. Department of Sociology, University of Saskatchewan. Saskatoon.

Cuoq, Jean-André. 1886. Lexique de la langue algonquine. Montreal: J. Chapleau and Fils.

Cuoq, Jean-André. 1893. Anotc kekon. Société royale du Canada, Mémoires 11.1:137-179.

Cuoq, Jean-André. 1893. Grammaire de la langue algonquine. Transactions of the Royal Society of Canada for 1892 10.1:41-119.

Curry, Don. 2004. Debwewin: The three city anti-racism initiative, Sault Ste. Marie, Timmins, and North Bay. North Bay, Ontario: Communitas Canada.

Cutler, Anne, Jacques Mehler, Dennis Norris, and Juan Segui. 1986. The syllable’s differing role in the segmentation of French and English. Journal of Memory and Language 25.4:385-400.

Cyr, Danielle E. 1996. Montagnais: An ethnogrammatical description. Quebec’s aboriginal languages: History, planning, development, ed. by Jacques Maurais, pp. 174–203. Clevedon, Avon, UK: Multilingual Matters.

Cyr, Danielle. 1991. Algonquin orders as aspectual markers: Some typological evidence and pragmatic considerations. Papers of the 22nd Algonquian Conference, ed. by William Cowan, pp. 58-88. Ottawa: Carleton University.

Cyr, Danielle. 1993. Demonstratives and definite articles in Plains Cree. Papers of the 24th Algonquian Conference, ed. by William Cowan, pp. 64-80. Ottawa: Carleton University.

Cywink, Alex. 1997. Bridging the gap: Anishnaabe storytelling as an educational method. Papers of the 28th Algonquian Conference, ed. by David H. Pentland, pp. 85-91. Winnipeg: University of Manitoba.