Swampy Cree

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The Swampy Cree people, also known by their autonyms Néhinaw, Maskiki Wi Iniwak, Mushkekowuk, Maškékowak or Maskekon (and therefore also Muskegon and Muskegoes) or by exonyms including West Main Cree, Lowland Cree, and Homeguard Cree, are a division of the Cree Nation occupying lands located in northern Manitoba, along the Saskatchewan River in northeastern Saskatchewan, along the shores of Hudson Bay and adjoining interior lands south and west as well territories along the shores of Hudson and James Bay in Ontario.wikipedia
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Swampy Cree language

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It is spoken in a series of Swampy Cree communities in northern Manitoba, central northeast of Saskatchewan along the Saskatchewan River and along the Hudson Bay coast and adjacent inland areas to the south and west, and Ontario along the coast of Hudson Bay and James Bay.

Moose Cree

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Today, together with the "n-Cree" dialect-speaking Woodland Cree, those who live in the Lowlands and Uplands who speak the "n-Cree" dialect are called "Swampy Cree", but culturally Moose Cree (the Cree speaking the "l-dialect") and other peoples of the Upland including the Oji-Cree occasionally self-identify as being "Swampy Cree".
Moose Cree (Cree: Mōsonī or Ililiw), also known as Moosonee, and together with Eastern Swampy Cree, also known as Central Cree, West James Bay Cree or West Main Cree.

Oji-Cree

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Today, together with the "n-Cree" dialect-speaking Woodland Cree, those who live in the Lowlands and Uplands who speak the "n-Cree" dialect are called "Swampy Cree", but culturally Moose Cree (the Cree speaking the "l-dialect") and other peoples of the Upland including the Oji-Cree occasionally self-identify as being "Swampy Cree".
The Oji-Cree have identified with the Cree (or more specifically, the Swampy Cree) and not with the Ojibwa located to the south of them.

Cumberland House Cree Nation

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Cumberland House Cree Nation is a Swampy Cree First Nations band government in Saskatchewan, Canada.

Fort Severn First Nation

Fort SevernFort Severn, OntarioFort Severn 89, Ontario
Fort Severn First Nation (ᐗᔕᐦᐅ ᐃᓂᓂᐗᐠ [] in Cree) is a Western Swampy Cree First Nation band government located on Hudson Bay and is the most northern community in Ontario, Canada.

Red Earth First Nation

Red Earth Cree NationCarrot River 29ARed Earth
Red Earth First Nation is a Swampy Cree First Nations band government in Saskatchewan, Canada.

Shoal Lake Cree Nation

Shoal Lake First NationPakwaw LakeShoal Lake 28A
The Shoal Lake Cree Nation is a Swampy Cree First Nations band government in Saskatchewan, Canada located 98 km east of Nipawin.

Marcel Colomb First Nation

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Marcel Colomb First Nation - (MCFN) Band #328 is a First Nations Band aka Tribe, of approximately 417 Registered Swampy Cree (Maškēkowak / nēhinawak) and Rocky Cree (Asinīskāwiyiniwak) located in the area of Lynn Lake, Manitoba.

Misipawistik Cree Nation

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It is a member of the Swampy Cree Tribal Council with offices in The Pas.

Kashechewan First Nation

KashechewanKashechewan CrisisKashechewan, Ontario
The Kashechewan First Nation is a Cree First Nation band government located near James Bay in Northern Ontario, Canada.

Wuskwi Sipihk First Nation

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Wuskwi Sipihk First Nation is a Swampy Cree First Nations band government whose reserve community is located northeast Birch River, Manitoba, along the western shores of Swan Lake.

Flying Post First Nation

Flying Post 73Flying Post 73, Ontario
Flying Post First Nation is an Ojibway and Cree First Nation band government in Nipigon, Ontario.

Sapotaweyak Cree Nation

Channel Island Sapotaweyak Cree NationShoal RiverShoal River 65A
The community is mainly Cree, but has a mixture of Plains Cree, Swampy Cree and Saulteaux languages, a unique dialect shared with Wuskwi Sipihk First Nation to the southwest.

Fort Albany First Nation

Fort AlbanyFort Albany, OntarioAlbany Fort
The majority of the population speaks Mushkegowuk Cree.

Constance Lake First Nation

Constance LakeConstance Lake First Nation ReserveConstance Lake, Ontario
Joan A. Lovisek grouped the Constance Bay First Nations linguistically, with the historical Moose River Cree.

Weenusk First Nation

Weenusk
The community, being primarily Swampy Cree, speaks the n-dialect of the Cree language.

Moose Cree First Nation

Moose Fort
This was an historical, annual cycle for the Swampy Cree.

Manitoba

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