The following comprehensive list of learning resources for Ojibwe has been
prepared for the SSILA Learning Aids files
by Rand Valentine, who teaches linguistics and Ojibwe
at the University of Wisconsin, Madison. The dialects covered include:
Algonquin, Anishinaabemowin, Central Ojibwe, Chippewa, Eastern Ojibwa,
Nipissing, Nishnaabemwin, Northern Ojibwe, Odawa, Oji-Cree, Ojibway, Odawa,
Ottawa, Saulteaux, and Severn Ojibwe. Note that many of the prices listed are
very dated and probably do not reflect current pricing. [as of August 2008]
Learning Lessons, Vocabulary Sets, and Grammars
- Ojibwemowin Series I, by Judith
& Thomas Vollom, is the first in what is intended to be a series of
textbooks and supplementary materials designed to develop Ojibwe language
skills in classroom situations. The textbook (308 pp.) can be purchased
separately for $45, or a complete teaching package-the textbook, three
student workbooks, three audio tapes, flashcards, classroom activities,
cultural content information, Ojibwe bingo, and animal cards-is available
for $105. The first textbook is very strong on the integration of some
basic language materials with the annual cycle of activities in traditional
and contemporary Ojibwe society. It has materials on everything from
glyphs to the order of ceremonies in the Powwow. Order From: O.L.P. Native
Voice, Inc., 6957 W. Hwy. 10, Ramsey, Minnesota 55303 (tel: 612/427-3777).
O.L.P. Native Voice carries a wide selection of Ojibwe language materials,
including interactive CD ROMs. [Oct. 1995].
- Introductory Ojibwe: Parts One and Two.
Edited by Tom Beardy, 1996. Thunder Bay, Ontario: Native Language
Instructors' Program, Lakehead University. [xi, 285 pp., six cassette
tapes]. Textbook of Severn Ojibwe (also called Oji-Cree), spoken in
northwestern Ontario. Packaged in loose leaf binder with audiocassettes.
These are very high quality materials professionally produced, based on a
pedagogical series designed by an educator and language teaching
specialist. For current pricing, and to order, contact Lakehead University
Alumni Bookstore, Attention: Special Orders, Lakehead University, 955
Oliver Road, Thunder Bay, Ontario, CANADA, P7B-5E1. Phone (807) 343-8158.
Email: email@example.com, web
- Intermediate Ojibwe: Parts One and Two In Severn
Ojibwe Dialect. By Tom Beardy, 1996. Thunder Bay, ON: Lakehead
University Bookstore. 366pp. [Textbook for university-level intermediate
Ojibwe classes. Language is the Severn Ojibwe (Oji-Cree) dialect of
northern Ontario. Includes set of cassette tapes.] For current pricing,
and to order, contact Lakehead University Alumni Bookstore, Attention:
Special Orders, Lakehead University, 955 Oliver Road, Thunder Bay,
Ontario, CANADA, P7B-5E1. Phone (807)343-8158. Email: firstname.lastname@example.org, web address: http://email@example.com
- Introduction to Ojibwe. Mary Ann
Corbiere of the Department of Native Studies of the University of Sudbury
(Ontario, Canada) has produced an extensive introductory pedagogical
grammar for use in university-level courses of her native Manitoulin
Island dialect of Ojibwe (also known as Central Ojibwe, Odawa, or
Nishnaabemwin). Contains extensive vocabulary/glossary as well. For
ordering information, contact: Department of Native Studies, University of
Sudbury, Ramsey Lake Road, Sudbury, Ontario, Canada P3E 2C6.
- Kedwenan: An Ojibwe Language Book.
Revised Edition. By Isadore Toulouse. 1996 [Introductory book for Southern
Ontario Ojibwe (Central Ojibwe, Odawa, Nishnaabemwin), organized around
common conversational expressions and paradigmatic alternations. Includes
a cassette tape.] Price: Cdn $19.95 plus shipping and handling. To order,
contact Special Orders, Lakehead University Alumni Bookstore, Lakehead
University, Thunder Bay, ON P7B 5E1, Canada. Phone: 807-343-8335.
Fax:807-343-8158. Email: firstname.lastname@example.org,
web address: http://email@example.com.
- Aanii: An Introduction to the Central Ojibwe
Language Video Series. Conversational Ojibwe as spoken at
Wikwemikong, Ontario. Lessons providing Ojibwe and English subtitles,
pauses for repetition, and additional vocabulary. Booklets included. Parts
1 and 2, each 25 minutes long presently available. Price: both tapes:$99.99
to institutions, $59.95 to individuals; individual tapes: $59.95 to
institutions, 34.95 to individuals. Order From: Native Vision
Productions,B-7058 Notre Dame St., Orleans, Ontario, Canada K1C-1H9.
Phone: (613) 834-3410; Fax (613)
K. Nelson. 1995. I Will Remember
/Inga-minjimendam. Earl Nyholm, trans. Bemidji, MN:
Loonfeather Press [28 pp., plus errata sheet]. An illustrated
English-Ojibwe bilingual children's book. The English text was translated
into Ojibwe by Earl Nyholm. Price: US $10.95. Order from: Loonfeather
Press, P.O. Box 1212, Bemidji, MN56601.
Bad River (Wisconsin) Education Department has produced an Ojibwe language
curriculum in print and on audiocassette, including beginning and
intermediate illustrated text booklets, along with core programs for
grades1 through 5. For more information, contact Bad River Education
Program, P.O. Box 39, Odanah, WI 54861.
Mekana (1305 London Road, Duluth, MN 55805; 218/724-1291) has produced two
cassette-based courses on Ojibwe. The Basic course (Ojibwe Vocabulary for Beginners)
consists of one tape and two books (a big one that includes English
translations of the words on the tape, and a smaller one that has only the
Ojibwe). The Advanced course (Apanimowinaynce:
Sound and Vocabulary for the Advanced Learner) includes two
tapes and one book (pocket-sized, with both Ojibwe and English). The tapes
consist of a native speaker pronouncing the words and phrases in the book,
and using them in sentences so they can be heard in context. Excellent
telephone support is offered. The course materials should be ordered from:
Indian Country Communications, Rt. 2, Box2900-A, Hayward, WI 54843
(715/634-5226). The basic course is $21, the advanced course $32 (prices
include shipping). [July 1994]
Works (Jim & Jessie Clark, Rick Gresczyk, and Margaret Sayers)produces
booklets and accompanying cassettes on Ojibwe, which can be purchased
separately or as sets. Currently available are: Everyday Ojibwe [common expressions
and commands] $3 ($5 for cassette, $7 for set);Let's Speak Ojibwe [50 short dialogues] $5 ($5 for
cassette, $9 for set); Ojibwe Word
Lists $6 ($10 for cassette, $15 for set); and Traveling with Ojibwe [phrasebook]
$20 (cassette not yet available). Discounts are offered on purchases of 10
copies or more. Order from: Eagle Works, Box 11998,M inneapolis, MN
55411-0998 (tel: 612/522-8707). [Oct. 1993]
Kewaquado has recently started a company (Summerclouds Inc.) which will be
designing and printing Ojibwe teaching materials. The first publication,
an Ojibwe/English Colouring Book,
designed for children between 4 and 10, is now available for $4 (Canadian)
or $5 (US). Write: Summerclouds Inc., Shawanaga Indian Reservation, P.O.
Box 16, R.R. #1, Nobel, Ontario P0G 1G0, CANADA. Checks or money orders
should be made payable to Samuel Kewaquado. [Oct. 1989]
H. Johnston offers a language course, Learn
Ojibway, with 35 hours of instruction on 29 cassette tapes.
Tribal stories are also available. For prices and other information, write:
Basil H. Johnston, c/o Tibby Johnston, R.R. 5, Cape Croker, Wiarton,
Ontario N0H 2T0, Canada. [April 1993]
Ningewance Nadeau has published Talking
Gookom’s Language: Learning Ojibwe, an introductory course in her native Lac Seul
(Northwestern Ontario) Ojibwe. The course features 28 lessons
with points of grammar as well as coversational dialogues. A workbook with
CD can be purchased separately. To order, contact Mazinaate Press, Lac
Seul First Nation, Lac Seul, Ontario POV 2A0. Telephone (204) 774-8007,
Fax (204) 489-3969. Email: firstname.lastname@example.org [August 2008]
Ningewance Nadeau has published Pocket
Ojibwe: A Phrasebook for Nearly All Occasions. This book contains a large
number of dialogues and vocabulary ranging across many topic areas,
helping a learner to know “what to say in the Anishinaabe language at
airports, bush trails, ceremonies, conferences, courtrooms, hospitals, on
the phone, and while visiting.” It also contains an extensive bilingual
wordlist. It too is in Pat’s native Lac Seul (Northwestern Ontario) Ojibwe.
To order, contact Mazinaate Press, Lac Seul First Nation, Lac Seul,
Ontario POV 2A0. Telephone (204) 774-8007, Fax (204) 489-3969. Email: email@example.com. [August
Pheasant (1661 Sunburst St., Grawn, MI 49637), an Odawa speaker from the
Wikwemikong Reserve on Manitoulin Island, Ontario, sells beginning and
advanced Odawa (Ottawa, E. Ojibwa) language tapes. Originally made to
accompany his classes at Northwestern Michigan College, each tape is 90
minutes long and was recorded professionally at the recording studios on
the NMC campus; there is Pow Wow music in the background. Written material
to accompany the tapes can be purchased separately. Six tapes are
available: Beginning Odawa I (Greetings, Relatives, Foods, etc.); B.O.II
(House & household items, People, Clothing, etc.); B.O.
III(Conversation, greetings, etc., and a review of B.O. I-III); Advanced
Odawa I (Conversation, Verbs, etc.); A.O. II(Conversation, Commands,
Animate/inanimate, etc.); and A.O. III(Conversation, Commands &
responses, etc., and a full review). Each tape is $10; written material is
an additional $2.50 per tape. Add $3.50 for postage and packing. Telephone
orders are welcome after 4 pm weekdays at (616) 276-6333. [Jan. 1992]
- Ojibwe Structure Reference Booklet.
1988. By Lena White. [This booklet gives examples of grammar structures in
Ojibwe of Manitoulin dialect, designed to assist Ojibwe-speaking teachers
in learning Ojibwe language patterns.] 31 pp. For current pricing, and to
order, contact Special Orders, Lakehead University Alumni Bookstore
Lakehead University, Thunder Bay, ON P7B 5E1, Canada. Phone:
807-343-8335.Fax: 807-343-8158. Email: firstname.lastname@example.org, web address: http://email@example.com
- Explore Ojibwe: A Practical Reference Workbook
for Teachers. 1987. By Lena White. Thunder Bay, ON: Lakehead
University Bookstore. This workbook gives Native language teachers an
opportunity to write their own examples in Ojibwe in their own dialect. It
provides them with an introduction to the structure of the Ojibwe
language, and practice in the recognition of verb forms and paradigm
patterns. It is an especially useful teaching and learning resource for an
Ojibwe language program that is introducing writing in the most widely
used orthography. 114 pp. For current pricing, and to order, contact Lakehead
University Alumni Bookstore Lakehead University, Thunder Bay, ONP7B 5E1,
Canada. Phone: 807-343-8335. Fax: 807-343-8158. Email: firstname.lastname@example.org, web address: http://email@example.com.
Thesauruses, and Grammars
Baraga. 1992. A Dictionary of the
Ojibway Language. A reprint of Baraga's, A Dictionary of the Otchipwe Language
(1878-1880). Contains a new introduction by John D. Nichols. This
dictionary is a fine piece of linguistic scholarship as well as an
important historical document. Price: $24.95, plus $2.50 postage and
handling for US orders, $3.50 for other orders (6.5% sales tax for
Minnesota residents, 7% GST for Canadian residents). Order From: Order
Department 121, Minnesota Historical Society Press, 345 Kellogg Blvd.
West, St. Paul, Minnesota USA 55102-1906.
1853 first edition of the dictionary mentioned above is available online,
through the Wisconsin Historical Society website, at http://www.wisconsinhistory.org/turningpoints/search.asp?id=1649.
The online version is searchable, and a pdf of the full text can be
downloaded if desired (though lacking the powerful search facilities of
the online version). Note that you can also download a pdf scan of this
book through Google Books. [August 2008]
McGregor. 1987. Algonquin Lexicon.
An Algonquin to English listing of extensive Algonquin vocabulary, with
many topical treatments as well. Pricing and availability uncertain. Order
from River Desert Education Authority, P.O. Box 10, Maniwaki, Quebec,
Nichols and Earl Nyholm. 1995. A
Concise Dictionary of Minnesota Ojibwe. Minneapolis:
University of Minnesota Press. An expansion and revision of Nichols and
Nyholm's 1979 dictionary of Minnesota Ojibwe. Bilingual dictionary
containing over 10,000 entries, including line illustrations of many
culturally prominent items. (Cloth $19.95, Paper $9.95, $3.00 shipping for
first book to the U.S., .50 for each additional book. $4.00 for first book
outside of U.S., US .50 for each additional. From U of Minnesota Press,
111 Third Avenue South, Suite 290,Minneapolis, MN 55401-2520).
A. Rhodes, Eastern
Ojibwa-Chippewa-Ottawa Dictionary. Mouton de Gruyter, 1993.
625 pp. $35 (paper; available only in North America). A new printing, in
paperback, of a modern comprehensive dictionary of Ojibwa, originally
published in 1985. In addition to its 9,000 entries, there is information
on dialects, variation, and borrowing, and a lengthy guide to
pronunciation is included. - Order from: Mouton de Gruyter, 200 Saw Mill
River Road, Hawthorne, NY10532. Add $3 postage and handling for the first copy
ordered, $1 for each additional copy.] [April 1993]
Ellen Scott, Lois Thomas, Elsie Scott and Orvin Scott. 1995. The Saulteaux Language Dictionary.
Edmonton: Kinistin First Nation / Duval House. [118 pp.]. Topical
vocabulary list of 1500 words in a western dialect of Ojibwe.
Price:$39.95, plus 10% shipping and handling, from: Duval House
Publishing,18288-102 Edmonton, Alberta, Canada T5S-1S7. Phone:
Valentine, Nishnaabemwin Reference
Grammar (published by University of Toronto Press, 2001). A fairly
extensive (1100 page) grammar of Odawa and Eastern Ojibwe.
Johnston, Anishinaubae Thesaurus,
a topically organized vocabulary of the Ojibwe spoken in the vicinity of
eastern Lake Huron (published by Michigan State University Press, 2007).
group of people, led by Charlie Lippert and Weshki-ayaad, has created the
Freelang Ojibwe dictionary, a quite extensive electronic dictionary that
runs on Windows operating systems. It can be downloaded from here: http://www.freelang.net/dictionary/ojibwe.html.
Collections and Sources
- Oshkaabewis Native Journal. The
Indian Studies Program at Bemidji State University produces a bi-annual
journal focussing on the Ojibwe language. Typically contains extensive
texts, and cassette tapes of the texts are available for two recent
journal issues. Texts include contemporary speakers as well as modern
transcriptions of older materials, including, especially the rich text
collection gathered by William Jones. ONJ
Volume 3, Number 1, contains 27 texts, including Wemizisekonaa
(John Penesi, from Jones collection), Waabooz Gaa-biindashkwaanind
(ArchieMosay), Anishinaabe-izhichigewin Geyaabi Omaa Ayaamagad (Joe
Auginaush),etc. ONJ Volume
3, Number 2, contains a collection of materials by the late Archie Mosay.
This is a truly outstanding addition to Ojibwe language learning and
preservation. Tapes are available for both issues. U.S. Subscriptions:
$16.00 per annum (journal only); $36.00 (journal and cassettes); Foreign
Subscriptions: $20.00 (journals only); $44.00 (journals and cassettes).
Oshkaabewis Native Journal, Indian Studies Program, Box 19, Sanford Hall,
Bemidji State University, Bemidji, MN 56601-2699. Phone (218) 755-3977.
- Anton Treuer has compiled a
collection of Ojibwe materials from Oshkaabewis Native Journal, Living Our Language: Ojibwe Tales and Oral
2001. Minnesota Historical Society Press. [available through amazon.com]
Kegg, Portage Lake: Memories of an
OjibweChildhood. Edited and transcribed by John D. Nichols.
Univ.of Alberta Press, 1991. 296 pp. $19.95 (paper)/$29.95 (cloth). - 41
stories dictated in Ojibwe by an elder of the Mille Lacs
Reservation,Minnesota, reminiscing about her childhood at Gabekanaansing
(Portage Lake) in the early decades of this century. Among the activities
related in detail are building wigwams, boiling maple sap into syrup, and
harvesting turtles and wild rice. Ojibwe and English are on facing pages,
a full Ojibwe-English glossary is appended, and linguistic study aids are
provided by the editor. Probably very useful as a textbook. - Order from:
Univ. of Alberta Press, 141 Athabasca Hall, Edmonton, AlbertaT6G 2E8,
Canada. Add $4 shipping and handling, and 7% GST (to Canadian addresses).
For further information call (403) 492-2985. [Jan. 1992]
Bloomdfield (editor and translator), The
Dog's Children: Anishinaabe Texts Told by Angeline Williams. Newly
edited and with a glossary by John D. Nichols. A very nice collection of
both traditional and spontaneous materials. The title story is a
phenomenal rendering of a widely distributed myth in North America.
Nichol's textual apparatus is comprehensive and of immense value to
language learners, though you will need a grammar to understand all of the
grammatical codes (A good starting place is the introduction to Nichols
and Nyholm 1995). Publications of the AlgonquianText Society, Univ. of
Manitoba Press, 1991. $29.95 (CDN) [Order from: University of Toronto
Press, 5201 Dufferin St., Downsview, Ontario M3H 5T8, Canada. $2.50
handling for the first book,.75 each additional. Canadian orders add 7%
GST. [April 1992]
D. Nichols (Editor), An Ojibwe Text
Anthology. Studies in the Interpretation of Canadian Native
Languages and Cultures 2.TEXT+ Monograph Series, Centre for Research and
Teaching of Canadian Native Languages, Univ. of Western Ontario. 1988. 292
pp., $30 (hardcover). ---Contains: Timothy Dunnigan, Rose Barstow, &
Angeline Northbird, "Ojibwe Texts: Language Mixing and Humor in the
Mille Lacs and Red Lake Dialects"; Francis X. Fox & Nora Soney
with Richard Rhodes, "Chippewa-Ottawa Texts"; Alice King with
Jean Rogers, "Parry Island Texts"; Gregor McGregor with C. F.
Voegelin (edited by Leonard Bloomfield & John D. Nichols), "Birch
Island Texts"; Patricia M. Ningewance, "Summary of Mercury
Intoxication: A Translation"; Earl Nyholm, "Wiigwaasi-jiimaan: A
Film Narration"; Frank Pine with Truman Michelson (edited by John D.
Nichols &Arden C. Ogg), "Two Michigan Wenabozho Texts." All
contributions are in the same format: a brief introduction, thetext(s)
presented in parallel (on facing pages), the same text(s) in interlinear
format (with grammatical coding), and a full Ojibwe-English glossary.
Order from: Centre for Research and Teaching of Canadian Native Languages,
Dept. of Anthropology, Univ. of Western Ontario, London, Ontario N6A 5C2,
Canada. Prices are in Canadian dollars. Add $3/volume for shipping. Email
contact: firstname.lastname@example.org [June 1989]
John D., ed. 1988. "Statement
made by the Indians": A bilingual petition of the Chippewas of Lake
Superior, 1864. London, Ontario: Centre for Research and Teaching of
Canadian Native Languages, University of Western Ontario. This is a carefully
annotated transcription of a bilingual petition produced by the Ojibwes of
Bad River, Wisconsin in 1864. Excellent introductory article as well.
Email contact: email@example.com [August 2008]
Rand, ed. 1995. 1998. Weshki-bmaadzijig
Ji-Noondmowaad: That the young might hear. London, Ontario: Centre for
Research and Teaching of Canadian Native Languages. This is a
retranscription and grammatical analysis of the stories by Andrew Medler
that appear in Bloomfield's posthumous 1958 grammar, Eastern Ojibwa. Email contact: firstname.lastname@example.org [August 2008]
- Ojibwe Dialogues and Riddles: By Students of the
Native Language Instructors' Program, Algonquian Language 2233.
Edited by Randy Valentine. This is a collection of conversational texts
and riddles produced by Ojibwe-speaking students of a course on Algonquian
syntax. The riddles reflect a contemporary language-learning method, and
do not represent a traditional form. Includes bi-column Ojibwe and English
transcriptions. Order from: Thunder Bay, ON: Lakehead University
Bookstore. 1991 (54 pages) Lakehead University, July 1991. For current
pricing and to order, contact Special Orders, Lakehead University Alumni
Bookstore Lakehead University, Thunder Bay, ON P7B 5E1,Canada. Phone:
807-343-8335. Fax: 807-343-8158. Email: email@example.com. URL: http://firstname.lastname@example.org.
Patricia. 1996. Naasaab
izhi-anishinaabebii'igeng gaa-gii-maawaji'iding: e-gii-maawaji'idiwaad
anishinaabeg e-gii-gagwe-mikamowaad bezhig naasaab anishinaabebii'igewin.
This is a report of a major conference to study the possibilities of a
standardized writing system for various Ojibwe dialects. Toronto: Ontario
Ministry of Education and Training.
University of Eau Claire American Indian Studies Department has made
available many works by Frederic Baraga, which are searchable and/or
downloadable. They can be found at http://www.uwec.edu/ais/ojibwe_language_resources.htm.
van Kolmeschate has worked to make many pre-twentieth century documents
containing Ojibwe available in electronic form, often with modern
romanizations. His web page is here: http://home.kpn.nl/cvkolmes/ojibwe/[November 2009]
has produced many Ojibwe materials that can be accessed through her
website, at http://weshki.atwebpages.com/index.html.[2009-11-16]
quarterly newsletter, Algonquian and
Iroquoian Linguistics, is indispensable for students of Ojibwe
language and linguistics. It is available at a rate of $12 (US to US
addresses; rates for other countries provided by editor) from: John D.
Nichols, ed., Department of Native Studies, 532 Fletcher Argue Building,
University of Manitoba, Winnipeg, MN, Canada R3T-2N2. Email:
Native Language Instructors' Program (NLIP) of Lakehead University,
Thunder Bay, Ontario, maintains a Website with information on various
Ojibwe materials produced by students and faculty of the program,
purchasable through the Lakehead University Bookstore. The URL for NLIP
The Bookstore page is: http://www.lakeheadu.ca/~nlpwww/booklist.html.
Ojibway and Cree Cultural Centre offers videotapes, audiotapes, and other
teaching materials in Severn Ojibwe (Oji-Cree). A price list is available
from: The Ojibway and Cree Cultural Centre, 43 Balsam St. South, Timmins,
Ontario, CANADA P4N-2C7. Phone (705) 267-7911; Fax (705) 267-4988; Email:
Books has scanned in many classic materials, including Frederic Baraga's
1853 dictionary (A Dictionary of the
Otchipwe Language, Explained in English: This Language is Spoken by the
Chippewa Indians, as Also by the Otawas, Potawatamis and Algonquins, with
Little Difference; for the Use of Missionaries, and Other Persons Living
Among the Above Mentioned Indians) and 1878 grammar (A Theoretical and Practical Grammar of
the Otchipwe Language for the Use of Missionaries and Other Persons Living
Among the Indians), Andrew Blackbird’s History of the Ottawa and Chippewa Indians of Michigan: A Grammar
of Their Language, and Personal and Family History of the Author
(1887), Frances Densmore’s Chippewa
Music (1913), among many others. Note that if you access the books via
Google, you can do internal, text-based, searches, but if you download the
book as a pdf, you will not be able to do this, since the text has not
been subjected to optical character recognition (ocr). If you have Adobe
Acrobat (not the reader, but the pdf-generating application), you can run
ocr on the pdf and have reasonably good (far from perfect) text-searching
Teaching Material and Computer Fonts
Northern Ontario and Manitoba Ojibwe speakers use a syllabic script,
which is available in fonts for computer from several sources, including those
listed below. An excellent primer in syllabics is available as well.
E. Fiero, comp. Ojibwe Syllabics: A
Handbook for Readers and Writers of Ojibwe. 55 lessons in
Eastern and Western Syllabics. A set of pedagogical exercises designed to
help speakers of Ojibwe learn syllabic writing. For current pricing, and
to order, contact Special Orders, Lakehead University Alumni Bookstore
Lakehead University, Thunder Bay, ON P7B 5E1, Canada. Phone: 807-343-8335.
Fax: 807-343-8158. Email: email@example.com.
- It is
strongly recommended that Syllabics users use Unicode fonts, as these have
much greater mobility (across time, hardware, and software) than
traditional Syllabic fonts. Syllabic Unicode fonts are freely available
from the Language Geek website, http://www.languagegeek.com/.
Communications. Western Syllabics Truetype font for Macintosh or Windows,
and Type 1 Postscript font for Macintosh. Layout according to common
syllabic chart order. Includes sh series, lacks generally-final, and
length dots. Price: $285.00 for commercial and government use, $190.00 for
educational and non-profit use. Netaawigaabo Communications, 390 Place
Saveur, Lorette, Manitoba. Phone (204) 878-9727; Fax (204) 878-9726;
Wolf Multimedia, Inc. (Rob Shukin). Cree and Dene fonts. Can be viewed at
Eimori. Syllabic font Emilia, comes in several varieties, suitable for
various dialects and writing traditions of Cree and Ojibwe, including
Emilia Saskatchewan, which included the barred-y syllabics introduced
forth in Woods Cree. Windows and Macintosh. Price: Windows, $500.00 plus
7% GST, $300 for schools and bands. Eiko Eimori, Inc., 11 Third Avenue,
Ottawa, Ontario, CANADA K1S-2J5. Phone:(613) 231-2786; Fax: (613)