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|Born||April 29, 1912
Green Lake, Saskatchewan, Canada
|Died||September 1998 (aged 85–86)
Flying Dust First Nation, Canada
Glecia Bear or Nêhiyaw (April 29, 1912 in Green Lake, Saskatchewan – September 1998, Flying Dust First Nation) was a Saskatchewan-born Cree elder, traditional tale teller and a children’s writer with Freda Ahenakew from Canada.
- Wanisinwak iskwesisak : awasisasinahikanis = Two little girls lost in the bush: a Cree story for children (1991)
- Kthkominawak otbcimowiniwbwa/Our grandmothers' lives, as told in their own words (1992)
- "Compassion/manâcihitowin". Dene/Cree ElderSpeak (in English and Cree). Meadow Lake Tribal Council. Retrieved 23 December 2010.
- Kerman, Kay (September 1992). "TWO LITTLE GIRLS LOST IN THE BUSH: A CREE STORY FOR CHILDREN/WANISINWAK ISKWESISAK: AWASISASINAHIKANIS (review)". A Reviewing Journal of Canadian Materials for Young People. University of Manitoba. 20 (4). Retrieved 23 December 2010.
- Carter, Sarah (2005). Unsettled pasts: reconceiving the west through women's history. University of Calgary Press. p. 154. ISBN 978-1-55238-177-9. Retrieved 23 December 2010.
- Emma Minde; Freda Ahenakew; H. Christoph Wolfart (1997). Their example showed me the way. University of Alberta. pp. xi ff. ISBN 978-0-88864-291-2. Retrieved 23 December 2010.
- Susan-Ann Cooper; Aïda Hudson (2003). Windows and words: a look at Canadian children's literature in English. University of Ottawa Press. p. 54. ISBN 978-0-7766-0556-2. Retrieved 23 December 2010.
- Whidden, Lynn (Spring 1993). "Reviewed work(s): Our Grandmothers' Lives as Told in Their Own Words by Freda Ahenakew; H. C. Wolfart". American Indian Quarterly. University of Nebraska Press. 17 (2): 284–286. JSTOR 1185550.
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