from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. A Native American people inhabiting northern Quebec and Labrador.
- n. A member of this people.
- n. The variety of Montagnais spoken by the Naskapi.
Naskapi and Eskimo, which are attended by the Oblates of Mary
Yesterday, the government proudly displayed the support of the four other Innu community chiefs who attended the meeting, while also underscoring the backing of the Cree, the Inuit and the Naskapi for the Northern Plan.
Denver Art Museum An undated Naskapi caribou-skin coat.
For many indigenous culture groups who identify themselves as "caribou people", like the Gwich’in, Naskapi, and Nunamiut, caribou – human relations represent a bond that blurs the distinction between people, land, and resources, and links First Peoples of the North with their history.