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As a complement to our Atikamekw language information, we would like to share our
collection of indexed links about the Atikamekw people and various aspects of their society. The emphasis
of these pages is on American Indians as a living people with a present and a future as well as a past. Atikamekw history is interesting and
important, but the Atikameks are still here today, too, and we try to feature modern writers as well as traditional
folklore, contemporary art as well as museum pieces, and the issues and struggles of today as well as the tragedies
of yesterday. Suggestions for new links are always welcome.
Les Attikameks (French version)
Our Atikamekw Websites
Information and language learning materials from the Atikamekw Indian language.
Atikamekw Facts for Kids:
Questions and answers about Atikamekw culture.
Collection of Atikamekw Indian legends and folktales.
Atikamekw Tribal and Community Links
Atikamekw Nation Council/Atikamekw Sipi Conseil:
Official Atikamekw homepage with cultural and historical information in French and English.
Manawan Opitciwan Wemotaci:
Government profiles of the Atikamekw First Nations of Quebec.
Window on the Attikameks:
Contact information and demographic information about the three Atikamekw communities.
Compelling photo-essay about Cree, Algonquin, and Atikamekw life.
To Please The Caribou:
Art book display of painted caribou-skin coats of the Innu, Cree, and Atikameks of Quebec and Labrador.
Book in French about a social worker's experiences on an Atikamekw reserve.
American Indian Books:
Evolving list of books about Native Americans in general.
Maps of Attikamekw Lands
Innu Place Names:
Map of Quebec showing traditional Atikamekw, Innu and Cree placenames.
Location of the Algonquin Groups:
Map of 17th-century Algonkin and Attikamekw ("Attikamegue") territory.
First Nations Map: Location of Amerindian Communities:
Maps showing the eleven First Nations of Quebec.
Virtual Museum of New France: Northern Algonquians:
Historical maps and articles about the Tete de Boule, Micmac,
Ojibway, and other northeastern tribes.
Attikamekw Lifestyle and Traditions
Atikamekw People Atikamekw Attikamekw Profile:
Attikamekw Indian culture and way of life.
History of the Attikamek tribe in Canada.
Pictures comparing Attikamek and other Indian canoe styles.
César's Bark Canoe:
Video of an Attikamek man building a traditional birchbark canoe.
Gateway to Aboriginal Heritage: Attikameks:
Online exhibit of Atikamekw artifacts from the Canadian Museum of Civilization.
Tete-de-Boule Indian legends and folktales.
Native American Art:
Information, photographs and links about native art in general.
Opitciwan (Obedjiwan) Wemotaci (Weymontachie)
Fact sheets about education in the Atikamekw First Nations.
Articles about contemporary Atikamekw life, from Indian and Northern Affairs Canada.
Advice for people researching traditional Attikamekw religion and other American Indian spirituality.
Attikamekw Politics, Issues and News
Manawan Atikamekw on the Move:
Interviews with two Atikamekw people about indigenous protests against logging on their lands.
Attikamekw History Links
Tribal history of the Montagnais, Naskapi, and Atikamekw Indians.
First Nations Treaties:
Recent treaties between Quebec and the Attikameks, in French.
Catholic Encyclopedia: Montagnais/Attikamegue:
History of the missionizing of the Innu and Attikamek Indians.
Links, References, and Additional Information
Native Americans: Montagnais/Naskapi/Atikamekw:
Innu and Atikamekw links.
Encyclopedia articles about the Atikamekw.
Atikamekw Les Atikamekws Attikamègues Attikameks Les Attikameks:
General information about the Atikamekw Indian people in French.
Atikamekw Indian books.
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