Were the cree Indian friendly

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the Cree Indians were not friendly

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We do not like being called β€œIndians” that was a name given to us. We Cree people are welcoming and peaceful. Please read about our history and traditions. It is not very kind to say we are impolite. There are many tribes from all over Turtle Island.

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