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The 33rd Algonquian Conference was held at the University of California, Berkley on 25-28 October 2001. Sixteen of the papers presented at the conference are included in Papers of the Thirty-Third Algonquian Conference, edited by H.C. Wolfart.
August 2002. Pp. x, 432. ISSN 0031-5671; v.33 $48.00.
Anne-Marie Baraby, Anne Bellefleur-Tetaut, Louise Canapé, Caroline Gabriel and Marie-Paule Mark
Incorporation of Body-Part Medials in the Contemporary Innu (Montagnais) Language
Charles A. Bishop
Northern Ojibwa Emergence: The Migration
Phil Branigan and Marguerite MacKenzie
Word Order Variation at the Left Periphery in Innu-aimûn
David J. Costa
Preverb Usage in Shawnee Narratives
Andrew Cowell and Alonzo Moss, Sr.
The Conjunct Order in Arapaho: Forms and Functions
The Québécois and the Amérindiens in the Debate on Canadian Identity
Grammatical Gender in Algonquian
Laurel Anne Hasler
Sustained and Shifting Obviation in a Sheshatshiu Innu-aimûn Story
Transmission Difficulties: The Use and Abuse of Oral History in Aboriginal Claims
Allan K. McDougall and Lisa Philips Valentine
Murky Law: What is a Reserve Given the Stoney Point Cases?
Marianne Milligan and Monica Macaulay
Narrative Structure of a Menominee Text
David H. Pentland
Miss Freeman’s List of “Indian Words” and the Ojibwa Language in 19th-Century Southern Ontario
Harald E.L. Prins
The Crooked Path of Dummer’s Treaty: Anglo-Wabanaki Diplomacy and the Quest for Aboriginal Rights
On the Characterization of the Cree Question Particle
Lisa Philips Valentine and Allan K. McDougall
A Separation Agreement Forty Years in the Making
War Whoops, Hisses, and Animal Cries: Extra-Musical Sounds in Traditional Ojibwe Song Performance