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Cree __ "Cree is one of the largest group of indigenous peoples in North America, located mainly across Canada and historically in the United States from Minnesota westward but are found today in Montana." An encyclopedic article with links to related materials. - illustrated - From wikipedia -

Cree __ "The Cree lived across the north into the Canadian prairies and in Montana, the Dakotas and Minnesota. They lived as far east as the Hudson to the James Bay and as far west as Alberta and the Great Slave Lake." A summary of Cree culture and history. - From -

Cree: Definition from __ Basic defination and a collection of online encyclopedia articles about the Cree. - From -

Cree Indian Bands __ A listing of Cree bands through the years, dozens and dozens. - From - 

Cree Indian History __ "An important Algonquian tribe of British America whose former habitat was in Manitoba and Assiniboin, between Red and Saskatchewan rivers." A summary of Cree history. - From - 
Cree Indian on a Hunt __ Photo of Cree man in woods blowing horn, and a nice collection of historic photos. - illustrated - From -


Cree Indian Online Records __ Cree Indian genealogy, culture, and history information. - From -

Cree Indian Tribe and their Language __ "An online resource where you can learn more about the history and language of the Cree." - From -

Cree Indians of Canada __ An excellent introduction and overview of the Cree in Canada. - From -  

Cree Language and the Cree Indian __ You will find Cree language information and the culture, history and genealogy of the Cree Indians. - From -

Facts for Kids: Cree Indians __ "Questions and answers about the Cree Indians for students and teachers. Covers Woodland and Plains Cree tribes
with information on Cree Indian legends, art, clothing, food, tools, and traditional culture." - From -


The life of the Cree Indians __ A short article giving an overview of Cree life and history. - From -

Medicinal Plants Used by the Cree Indians, Hudson's Bay Territory. __ You will find a list of several plants and what ailments they are used for. - From -

NYPL Digital Gallery | Results - Cree Indians __ Gallery of historic Cree Indian images. - From -

Plains Cree __ "The following excerpts from the journals of Lewis and Clark and their men present a picture of the Plains Cree people as the Anglo-Americans saw them. The modern reader must be careful to understand that what these white men saw and recorded was not necessarily correct from the Indian perspective."  Historical look at Cree. - From - 

Welcome to the Chippewa Cree Tribe __ Official website of the Rocky Boy's Chippewa Cree Reservation - From -



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