(1) Soon, Montagnais, Algonquins , Hurons, and French, and how many more, would form a single people.(2) His book reported that by 1640 two trade networks competed, one made up of the Algonquin , Huron, and French, and the other consisting of the Oneidas, Dutch, and English.(3) In the west children prefer the national language, although some may speak Algonquin ; most adults speak Algonquin.(4) Algonquin is a musical language that has complicated verbs with many parts.(5) The Algonquins had named the territory he lived in Great Water, michi ganni.(6) And that's in Cree, which comes from the Algonquin language.(7) Montagnais, Algonkins and Hurons engaged in exchange involving goods, people, and ideas with both kinds of French.(8) Illiniwek was the name of the loose confederation of Algonquin tribes that once lived in the area.(9) So I think it was a big step to recognize that a Mohawk is not a Cree, and that a Cree is not an Algonquin .(10) Manitou, The Great Spirit, is an Algonquin term, often erroneously applied as spirit monster.(11) The Algonquin /Algonkin are a nation living in southern Quebec and Ontario. They speak Algonquin/Algonkin.(12) Spoken Ojibwa or Ojibwemowin is an Algonquin language with regional dialectical differences.(13) I didn't speak Algonquin to my children because I wanted them to learn good English so they'll be able to help the reserve.(14) In the east, Algonquin is the principal means of communication, and spoken by the majority of all ages. In the west, most adults speak Algonquin.(15) According to Algonquin legend, Tremblant would receive a violent shaking from the god Manitou if man ever disturbed its natural setting.