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see MaleciteMalecite
or Maliseet
, Native North Americans whose language belongs to the Algonquian branch of the Algonquian-Wakashan linguistic stock (see Native American languages). In the early 17th cent. they occupied the valley of the St. John River in New Brunswick, Canada.
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John McEvoy and Constantine Passaris (New Brunswick Human Rights Commission, n.p., 1993), 32-42, "Colonialisms and the Struggle for Liberation: The Experience of Maliseet Women, University of New Brunswick Law Journal 43 (1994): 223-239, "Mascarene's Treaty of 1725," University of New Brunswick Law Journal 43 (1994): 3-18, "Integrated Education and the State of the Maliseet Language: Revitalization or Linguicide?" in Papers of the 20th Annual Meeting of the Atlantic Provinces Linguistic Association (Fredericton, 1996), 3-32, "Citizenship Education and Aboriginal People: The Humanitarian Art of Cultural Genocide," Canadian and International Education 25, no.
"Death by Suicide: Community Responses to Maliseet Language Death at Tobique First Nation, New Brunswick, Canada." Ph.D.
"These funds will help the AFN to undertake important work to document, promote and provide learning opportunities for the Mi'kmaq and Maliseet languages."