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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Lacombe, Albert. 1874. Dictionnaire de la langue des Cris. Montréal: C.O. Beauchemin and Valois.

LaGrand, James B. 1997. Whose voices count? Oral sources and twentieth-century American history. American Indian Culture and Research Journal 21.1:73-105.

Laidlaw, George E. 1918. Ojibwa myths and tales. Toronto: William Briggs.

Lal, Ravi. 1990. Watershed year 1878: New policy in Indian affairs. Papers of the 21st Algonquian Conference, ed. by William Cowan, pp. 172-180. Ottawa: Carleton University.

Lamb, William Kaye. 1957. Sixteen years in the Indian Country: The journal of Daniel Williams Harmon 1800–1816. Toronto: The Macmillan Company of Canada Ltd.

Landes, Ruth. 1968. Ojibwa religion and the Midéwiwin. Madison: University of Wisconsin Press.

Larouche, Léonidas. 1972. Le Second Registre de Tadoussac 1668–1700 Transcription. Montreal: University of Quebec Press.

Lassiter, Luke Eric. 2001. “From here on, I will be praying to you”: Indian churches, Kiowa hymns and Native American Christianity in southwestern Oklahoma. Ethnomusicology 45.2:338-52.

Laugrand, Frédéric, and Jarich Oosten. 2007. Reconnecting people and healing the land: Inuit pentecostal and evangelical movements in the Canadian eastern Arctic. Numen 54.3:229-69.

Laugrand, Frédéric. 2002. Mourir et renaître: La rèception du christianisme par les Inuit de l’Arctique de l’Est canadien. Quebec: Les Presses de l’Université Laval.

Laurent, Joseph. 1884. New familiar Abenakis and English dialogues. Quebec: Leger Brousseau.

Laverdure, Patline, and Ida Rose Allard. 1983. The Michif Dictionary: Turtle Mountain Chippewa Cree. Winnipeg: Pemmican Publications.

Lawrence, C. Bruce, and Marcia George Simon. 1996. Comparing stories: The London Free Press vs Stoney Point First Nation. Papers of the 27th Algonquian Conference, ed. by David H. Pentland, pp. 152-163. Winnipeg: University of Manitoba.

Leavitt, Robert M. 1979. Language and the community: The Passamaquoddy bilingual program. Papers of the 10th Algonquian Conference, ed. by William Cowan, pp. 60-65. Ottawa: Carleton University.

Leavitt, Robert M. 1983. Storytelling as language curriculum. Actes du 14e Congrès des Algonquinistes, ed. by William Cowan, pp. 27-33. Ottawa: Carleton University.

Leavitt, Robert M. 1985. Passamaquoddy-Malicite preverbs. Papers of the 16th Algonquian Conference, ed. by William Cowan, pp. 73-90. Ottawa: Carleton University.

Leavitt, Robert M. 1987. Fluency is not enough: Reassessing the goals of Native language instruction. Papers of the 18th Algonquian Conference, ed. by William Cowan, pp. 165-172. Ottawa: Carleton University.

Leavitt, Robert M. 1989. Passwords: Writing Native Studies curriculum. Actes du 20e Congrès des Algonquinistes, ed. by William Cowan, pp. 201-207. Ottawa: Carleton University.

Leavitt, Robert M. 1992. Lexical exploration and educational insight. Papers of the 23rd Algonquian Conference, ed. by William Cowan, pp. 263-273. Ottawa: Carleton University.

Leavitt, Robert M. 2001. Keq nit mehsi-liwihtomon? Why do you say it that way?: Using linguistic knowledge in native language curriculum. Linguistica Atlantica 23:145-154.

Leavitt, Robert M., and Ben Levine. 2010. Language keepers: A documentary film process for stimulating Passamaquoddy-Maliseet language documentation and revival. Papers of the 40th Algonquian Conference, ed. by Karl S. Hele and Regna Darnell. London: University of Western Ontario.

Leavitt, Robert M., and David A. Francis, eds. 1990. Wapapi akonutomakonol/The Wampum Records: Wabanaki traditional laws, as recounted by Lewis Mitchell and originally published in 1897. Fredericton, New Brunswick: Micmac-Maliseet Institute.

Leavitt, Robert M., and David A. Francis. 1984. Passamaquoddy-Maliseet parts of speech. Papers of the 15th Algonquian Conference, ed. by William Cowan, pp. 319-327. Ottawa: Carleton University.

LeClercq, Chrestien. 1910. New relation of Gaspesia, with the customs and religion of the Gaspesian Indians [1691], ed. and tr. by William F. Ganong. Toronto: Champlain Society Publications 5.

Legros, Dominique. 1986-7. Communautés Amérindiennes contemporaines: structure et dynamique autochtones ou coloniales? Recherches Amérindiennes au Québec 16.4:47-68.

Leighton, Anna. 1993. Botanical aspects of Cree-Montagnais-Naskapi plant names found in written sources. Papers of the 24th Algonquian Conference, ed. by William Cowan, pp. 253-281. Ottawa: Carleton University.

Leighton, Anna. 1995. Traditional hide tanning techniques of the Saskatchewan Woods Cree. Papers of the 26th Algonquian Conference, ed. by David H. Pentland, pp. 195-202. Winnipeg: University of Manitoba.

Leighton, J. Douglas. 1975. The development of federal Indian policy in Canada 1840-1890. PhD thesis, University of Western Ontario.

Leighton, J. Douglas. 1976. Jean-Baptiste Assiginack. Dictionary of Canadian biography 9:9-10.

Leland, Charles Godfrey, and John Dyneley Prince. 1902. Kuluskap the Master. New York: Funk and Wagnalls.

Leman, Wayne (ed.). 1980. Cheyenne texts: An introduction to Cheyenne literature. Occasional Publications in Anthropology 6. Greeley, Colorado: Museum of Anthropology, University of Northern Colorado.

Leman, Wayne (ed.). 1987. Náévȧhóó’ȯhtséme / We are going back home: Cheyenne history and stories told by James Shoulderblade and others. Memoir 4. Winnipeg: Algonquian and Iroquoian Linguistics.

Leman, Wayne, and Richard Rhodes. 1978. Cheyenne vowel devoicing. Papers of the 9th Algonquian Conference, ed. by William Cowan, pp. 3-24. Ottawa: Carleton University.

Leman, Wayne. 1980. A reference grammar of the Cheyenne language. Occasional Publications in Anthropology 5. University of Northern Colorado Museum of Anthropology, Greeley.

Leman, Wayne. 1980. Some Cheyenne consonant alternations: Synchronic and diachronic views. Papers of the 11th Algonquian Conference, ed. by William Cowan, pp. 262-273. Ottawa: Carleton University.

Leman, Wayne. 1984. Cheyenne deixis and sound symbolism. Papers of the 15th Algonquian Conference, ed. by William Cowan, pp. 329-343. Ottawa: Carleton University.

Leman, Wayne. 1987. Cheyenne obviation pitch alternations. Papers of the 18th Algonquian Conference, ed. by William Cowan, pp. 173-186. Ottawa: Carleton University.

Leman, Wayne. 2011. A reference grammar of the Cheyenne language. Raleigh, North Carolina: Lulu Press.

Lemoine, Georges. 1909. Dictionnaire français-algonquin. Chicoutimi: G. Delisle, Bureau du Journal “Le Travailleur”.

Leonard, Wesley Y. 2007. Miami language reclamation in the home: A case study. PhD thesis, University of California, Berkeley.

Leonard, Wesley Y. 2008. When is an “extinct language” not extinct?: Miami, a formerly sleeping language. Sustaining linguistic diversity: Endangered and minority languages and language varieties, ed. by Kendall King, pp. 23–33. Washington: Georgetown University Press.

Lescarbot, Marc. 1907-14. The history of New France [1618], ed. and tr. by W.L. Grant. Toronto: Champlain Society Publications 1, 7, 11.

LeSourd, Philip S. 1986. Kolusuwakonol: Philip S. LeSourd’s English and PassamaquoddyMaliseet Dictionary. Pleasant Pt., Perry, Maine: Passamaquoddy‑Maliseet Bilingual Program.

LeSourd, Philip S. 1993. Accent and syllable structure in Passamaquoddy. London: Routledge

LeSourd, Philip S. 1993. Accent and syllable structure in Passamaquoddy. New York: Garland Publishing.

LeSourd, Philip S. 1995. Diminutive verb forms in Passamaquoddy. International Journal of American Linguistics 61.1:103–134.

LeSourd, Philip S. 2004. The internal structure of the noun phrase in Maliseet-Passamaquoddy. Papers of the 35th Algonquian Conference, ed. by H.C. Wolfart, pp. 239-263. Winnipeg: University of Manitoba.

LeSourd, Philip S. 2004. Western Abenaki phonology problem IV: h in Joseph Laurent’s dialect. Algonquian and Iroquoian Linguistics 29:11-13.

LeSourd, Philip S. 2006. Problems for the pronominal argument hypothesis in Maliseet-Passamaquoddy. Language 82.3:486-514.

LeSourd, Philip S. 2007. Tales from Maliseet country: The Maliseet texts of Karl V. Teeter. Lincoln: University of Nebraska Press.

LeSourd, Philip S. 2010. On Raising to Object in Maliseet-Passamaquoddy. Proceedings of WSCLA 14: The Workshop on Structure and Constituency in the Languages of the Americas. University of British Columbia Working Papers in Linguistics 26, sous la direction de Heather Bliss et Amelia Reis Silva, pp. 171-182. Vancouver: Department of Linguistics, University of British Columbia.

LeSourd, Philip S. 2011. Enclitic particles in Western Abenaki: The syntax of second position. Anthropological Linguistics 53.2:91–132.

LeSourd, Philip S. 2014. Prepositional phrases in Maliseet-Passamaquoddy. International Journal of American Linguistics 80.2:209–240.

Lettermann, Edward J. 1969. From whole log to no log: A history of the Indians where the Mississippi and the Minnesota Rivers meet. Minneapolis: Dillon Press.

Lévesque, Carole. 1977. Production et artisanat dans la communauté indienne de Fort-George. Actes du 8e Congrès des Algonquinistes, ed. by William Cowan, pp. 32-35. Ottawa: Carleton University.

Lévi-Strauss, Claude. 1962. La pensée sauvage. Paris: Librairie Plon.

Levi, Peter, Jr., and Mildred Milliea. 1978. An overview of recent Micmac language research and development. Papers of the 9th Algonquian Conference, ed. by William Cowan, pp. 211-213. Ottawa: Carleton University.

Levi, Sister Laurina. 1978. Chippewa Indian folklore. New York: Writers Press.

Levine, Gaynell Stone, and Nancy Bonvillain. 1980. Languages and lore of the Long Island Indians. Lexington, Massachusetts: Ginn Custom Publishing.

Lienke, Nancy Way. 1976. Persistence and repetitions of Algonquian Woodland designs in a contemporary Chippewa community. Minnesota Archaeologist 35.1:2–15.

Lienke, Nancy Way. 1977. Ethnomethodology in a Chippewa community using above-ground artifacts in a free association technique. Minnesota Archaeologist 36.3:106-41.

Lightwood, David. 1976. Legends of the James Bay lowlands. Moosonee: James Bay Education Centre.

Linderman, Frank Bird. 1962[1930]. Plenty Coups, chief of the Crows. Lincoln: University of Nebraska Press.

Lindsay, Anne. 2008. Tapastanum: “A noted conjurer for many years, who long resisted the teachings of Christianity.” Papers of the 40th Algonquian Conference, ed. by Karl S. Hele and J. Randolph Valentine. Albany, NY: SUNY Press.

Linn, Mary S. 2007. Oklahoma Native languages at the centennial. World Literature Today 81.4:24–25.

Linn, Mary, Marcellino Berardo, and Akira Yamamoto. 1998. Creating language teams in Oklahoma Native American communities. International Journal of the Sociology of Language 132:61–78.

Lipkind, William. 1945. Winnebago grammar. New York: King’s Crown Press.

Lister, Kenneth R. 1980. Three kinds of Indian land deeds at Nantucket, Massachusetts. Papers of the 11th Algonquian Conference, ed. by William Cowan, pp. 61-70. Ottawa: Carleton University.

Lister, Kenneth R. 1993. “A most abundant weir:” Fish trap-weirs, adaptive strategies, and the Hudson Bay Lowland. Papers of the 24th Algonquian Conference, ed. by William Cowan, pp. 262-279. Ottawa: Carleton University.

Lithman, Yngve Georg. 1985. Community apart: A case study of a Canadian Indian reserve. Winnipeg: University of Manitoba Press.

Little, Elizabeth A. 1982. Indian politics on Nantucket. Papers of the 13th Algonquian Conference, ed. by William Cowan, pp. 285-297. Ottawa: Carleton University.

Little, Elizabeth A. 1984. Indian place names on Nantucket Island. Papers of the 15th Algonquian Conference, ed. by William Cowan, pp. 345-362. Ottawa: Carleton University.

Little, Elizabeth A. 1988. Nantucket whaling in the early 18th century. Papers of the 19th Algonquian Conference, ed. by William Cowan, pp. 111-131. Ottawa: Carleton University.

Little, Elizabeth A. 1990. The Nantucket Indian sickness. Papers of the 21st Algonquian Conference, ed. by William Cowan, pp. 181-196. Ottawa: Carleton University.

Lizars, Robina, and Kathleen MacFarlane Lizars. 1896. In the days of the Canada Company: The story of the settlement of the Huron Tract and a view of the social life of the period 1825-1850. Toronto: William Briggs.

Lochbihler, Bethany, and Éric Mathieu. 2013. Wh-agreement in Ojibwe Relative Clauses: Evidence for CP Structure. Canadian Journal of Linguistics 58.2: 293-318.

Lochbihler, Bethany. 2008. Person encoding in the Ojibwe inverse system. Scales (Linguistische Arbeitsberichte 86), ed. by Marc Richards and Andrej L. Malchukov, pp. 295–315. Leipzig: University of Leipzig.

Lochbihler, Bethany. 2009. Discontinuous DP constructions. Canadian Linguistic Association Conference Proceedings, ed. by Frédéric Mailhot.

Lochbihler, Bethany. 2012. Aspects of argument licensing. PhD thesis, McGill University.

Lockwood, Hunter. 2016. Revisiting Potawatomi Syncope. Papers of the 44th Algonquian Conference, ed. by Monica Macaulay, Margaret Noodin, and J. Randolph Valentine. Albany, NY: SUNY Press.

Loftfield, Thomas C. 1975. Archaeological and ethno-historical data bearing on the southern boundary of Algonkian Indian occupation. Papers of the 6th Algonquian Conference, ed. by William Cowan, pp. 100-111. National Museum of Man, Mercury Series, Canadian Ethnology Service Paper 23. Ottawa.

Loftfield, Thomas C. 1976. The adaptive role of warfare among the Southern Algonquians. Papers of the 7th Algonquian Conference, ed. by William Cowan, pp. 289-296. Ottawa: Carleton University.

Loken, Gulbrand Loken. 1980. From fjord to frontier: A history of the Norwegians in Canada. Toronto: McClelland and Stewart.

Long, John S. 1978. Treaty No. 9: The Indian petitions, 1889-1927. Cobalt: Highway Book Shop.

Long, John S. 1985. Rev. Edwin Watkins: Missionary to the Cree: 1852-1857. Papers of the 16th Algonquian Conference, ed. by William Cowan, pp. 91-117. Ottawa: Carleton University.

Long, John S. 1985. Treaty No. 9 and fur trade company families: Northeastern Ontario’s halfbreeds, Indians, petitioners, and Métis. The New Peoples: Being and becoming Métis in North America, ed. by Jacqueline Peterson and Jennifer S.H. Brown, pp. 137-162. Winnipeg: University of Manitoba Press.

Long, John S. 1986. ‘Shaganash’: Early Protestant missionaries and the adoption of Christianity by the western James Bay Cree, 1840–1892. EdD thesis, University of Toronto.

Long, John S. 1986. The politics of education in Moose Factory, Ontario. Actes du 17e Congrès des Algonquinistes, ed. by William Cowan, pp. 183-207. Ottawa: Carleton University.

Long, John S. 1986. The Reverend George Barnley and the James Bay Cree. The Canadian Journal of Native Studies 6.2:313-32.

Long, John S. 1987. Manitu, power, books and wiitihkow: Some factors in the adoption of Christianity by nineteenth century western James Bay Cree. Native Studies Review 3:1–30.

Long, John S. 1988. Coping with powerful people: A Hudson’s Bay Company ‘boss’ and the Albany River Cree, 1862-1875. Native Studies Review 8.1:1–21.

Long, John S. 1988. Narratives of early encounters between Europeans and the Cree of western James Bay. Ontario History 80.3:227–245.

Long, John S. 1990. Schooling at Kashechewan: Then and now. Papers of the 21st Algonquian Conference, ed. by William Cowan, pp. 197-215. Ottawa: Carleton University.

Long, John S. 1995. In search of Mr Bundin: Henley House 1759 revisited. Papers of the 26th Algonquian Conference, ed. by David H. Pentland, pp. 203-225. Winnipeg: University of Manitoba.

Long, John S. 2000. An introduction to the Hannah Bay murders of 1832: What happened and some of the reasons why. From Cobalt to James Bay: Preserving our history: Proceedings of the Temiskaming-Abitibi Heritage Association history workshop, ed. by Roseanne Fisher, 37-56. Haileybury: Rosanne Fisher Publishing.

Long, John S. 2000. Local control of First Nations education: The event and the process. Papers of the 31st Algonquian Conference, ed. by John D. Nichols, pp. 211-223. Winnipeg: University of Manitoba.

Long, John S. 2004. Finding and keeping teachers in First Nation schools in Northwestern Ontario. Papers of the 35th Algonquian Conference, ed. by H.C. Wolfart, pp. 265-279. Winnipeg: University of Manitoba.

Long, John S. 2008. Some early Moores of Moose Factory. Papers of the 39th Algonquian Conference, ed. by Karl S. Hele and Regna Darnell, pp. 412-443. London: University of Western Ontario.

Long, John S. 2010. Treaty No. 9: Making the agreement to share the land in far northern Ontario in 1905. Montreal: McGill-Queen’s University Press.

Long, John S., Richard J. Preseton, and Cath Oberholtzer. 2005. Manitu Concepts of the Eastern James Bay Cree. Papers of the 37th Algonquian Conference, ed. by H.C. Wolfart, pp. 451–492. Winnipeg: University of Manitoba.

Long, John. 1968 [1791]. Voyage and travels of an Indian interpreter and trader, describing the manners and customs of the North American Indians. New York: Johnson Reprint Corp.

Loughran, Jenny. 2012. The fusion of tense and evidentiality in Mi’gmaq. MA thesis, McGill University.

Love, William DeLoss. 2000 [1899]. Samson Occom and the Christian Indians of New England. New York: Syracuse University Press.

Lovis, William A. 2001. Clay effigy representations of Bear and Mishipishu: Algonquian iconography from the Late Woodland Johnson Site, Michigan. Midcontinental Journal of Archaeology 26.1:105-119.

Lovisek, Joan A. 1993. The political evolution of the Boundary Waters Ojibwa. Papers of the 24th Algonquian Conference, ed. by William Cowan, pp. 280-305. Ottawa: Carleton University.

Lovisek, Joan A. 1994. Lac des Mille Lacs “dammed and diverted:” An ethnohistorical study. Actes du 25e Congrès des Algonquinistes, ed. by William Cowan, pp. 285-314. Ottawa: Carleton University.

Lovisek, Joan A. 2001. The Ojibway vs the gerrymander: The evolution of the Robinson Huron and Williams treaties boundaries. Actes du 32e Congrès des Algonquinistes, ed. by John D. Nichols, pp. 278-303. Winnipeg: University of Manitoba.

Lovisek, Joan A. 2002. Transmission difficulties: The use and abuse of oral history in Aboriginal claims. Papers of the 33rd Algonquian Conference, ed. by H.C. Wolfart, pp. 251-270. Winnipeg: University of Manitoba.

Lovisek, Joan A., Leo G. Waisberg, and Tim E. Holzkamm. 1995. “Deprived of part of their living:” Colonialism and nineteenth-century flooding of Ojibwa lands. Papers of the 26th Algonquian Conference, ed. by David H. Pentland, pp. 226-239. Winnipeg: University of Manitoba.

Lovisek, Joan A., Tim E. Holzkamm, and Leo G. Waisberg. 1996. “Cultural leprosy:” The “Aboriginal ethnology” of Ruth Landes. Papers of the 27th Algonquian Conference, ed. by David H. Pentland, pp. 164-179. Winnipeg: University of Manitoba.

Lowie, Robert H. 1954. Indians of the Plains. New York: McGraw-Hill.

Luka, Barbara. 1996. PC-Kimmo for Fox: A computational tool for the morphological parsing of Fox texts. Papers of the 27th Algonquian Conference, ed. by David H. Pentland, pp. 180-194. Winnipeg: University of Manitoba.

Lytwyn, Victor P. 1986. The fur trade of the Little North: Indians, pedlars, and Englishmen east of Lake Winnipeg, 1760-1821. Winnipeg: Rupert’s Land Research Centre, University of Winnipeg.

Lytwyn, Victor P. 1997. A dish with one spoon: The shared hunting grounds agreement in the Great Lakes and St. Lawrence Valley region. Papers of the 28th Algonquian Conference, ed. by David H. Pentland, pp. 210-227. Winnipeg: University of Manitoba.

Lytwyn, Victor P. 1999. “God was angry with their country:” The smallpox epidemic of 1782-83 among the Hudson Bay Lowland Cree. Papers of the 30th Algonquian Conference, ed. by David H. Pentland, pp. 142-164. Winnipeg: University of Manitoba.

Lytwyn, Victor P. 2001. Torchlight prey: Night hunting and fishing by Aboriginal people in the Great Lakes region. Actes du 32e Congrès des Algonquinistes, ed. by John D. Nichols, pp. 304-317. Winnipeg: University of Manitoba.

Lytwyn, Victor P. 2002. Muskekowuck athinuwick: Original people of the Great Swampy Land. Winnipeg: University of Manitoba Press.