For five centuries, Indian territories have been contested on battlefields, legislated in Congress, and studied in classrooms. This updated map shows Indian reservations, tribal entities, trust lands, and locations of major festivals and pow-wows. Also includes photos and short biographies of notable Indians through history, and a series of four maps showing how Indian lands have lost territory from 1775 to the present. An excellent complement to our Indian Cultures of North America map.
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About Me American Indian Educator, College/university
Good Datagreat Heros
Missing Urban Data
American Indian History
Comments about North American Indian Reference Map:
This is a great map with a rich amount of data about Native languages, history, American Indian heroes, treaties and land cessions. It is only missing a comment about urban Indians today, as most American Indians live in urban areas-71%.
Bottom Line Yes, I would recommend this to a friend