The traditional inhabitants of a territory situated in Northern Quebec comprised of 1000 square miles which has never been ceded, surrendered or conquered. Our traditional territory includes two non-aboriginal towns which depend almost exclusively on mining and forest industries as their economic base.

Cree Indians  
Grand Council of Crees Who are the Crees of Eeyou Istchee?
Ouje-Bougoumou Crees History & Culture
The Crees of Northern Quebec History & Culture
Dene Cree Elder Speak Aboriginal youth created over 30 Web sites featuring significant Canadian Aboriginal material. These collections have been merged into the Canada's Digital Collections collection.
Chapleau Cree First Nation Lark's Chapleau Cree First Nation Pages
Cree School Board - Commission  
Cree Grand Chief Matthew Coon Come Remarks of Grand Chief Matthew Coon Come
The Plains Cree Historical and comparative study
Cree Language Speak Cree
Ethnographic Portraits The Crees of Northern Québec
Cree Lake Lodge Northern Saskatchewan, Canada