Moose Cree is one of the Algonquian languages of Canada in the same family as Algonquin, Ojibwe, Naskapi and Atikamekw, spoken largely at the southern tip of James Bay around Moose Factory. The area is located in what was named Rupert’s Land under British colonial rule. The people in this area were introduced to Christianity by missionaries. Most associated with the Anglican Church although a few Catholic missions were also active. Like other First Nations associated with protestant missions, the speakers of Moose Cree use the Syllabic script developed by James Evans.
This New Testament is a reprint of the 1876 edition translated by John Horden. The reprint includes some minor edits and updates. It was published by the Canadian Bible Society in 1991. If you are interested in obtaining a printed copy of this New Testament, please contact the Canadian Bible Society at http://www.biblescanada.com.
The text of the Bible in Moose Cree is in the public domain.
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