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Nehirawewin

"Nehirawewin" is an alternate name sometimes used for the Innu and Atikamekw languages. It is most often used to refer to historical dialects of Montagnais Innu which were recorded by early French colonists. Montagnais speakers in modern times call their language Innu-Aimun instead. Atikamekw speakers call their language Nehiramowin.

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Here are links to our webpages about the Nehirawewin tribe and language:

 Montagnais language
 Innu culture
 Innus
 Algonquian tribes
 Tribes of the Eastern Woodlands
 Quebec natives

Here are links to other Internet resources about Nehirawewin:
 The Historical Cree-Montagnais-Naskapi Dialect of Nehirawewin
 Early texts in the Nehiraw-Iriniw language continuum

And here are a few good books about Nehirawewin:
 It's Like The Legend
 To Please The Caribou
 Algonquian Spirit



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