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North American Indian Cultures Wall Map


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A legacy of language and inspired ideas is explored in this compelling North American Indian Cultures map. The map shows a broad sampling of linguistic families throughout the continent along with descriptions of each language group. A special inset highlights Indian innovations, from parkas and snow goggles to new medicines and agricultural techniques. A perfect complement to our Indian Country map.

Please allow 2-4 weeks for delivery.

36" x 23"

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Lil'wat, not Lillooet

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      Comments about North American Indian Cultures Map:

      In previewing the map, I quickly noticed a significant error:
      Lillooet is the name of a town in British Columbia; however, the People are the Lil'wat Nation.
      This map would be very helpful - I hope NGS makes corrections in a new edition so I can display it in my classroom.
      (The use of the term "American Indian" is also questionable, but I also understand it is much more acceptable in the USA than in Canada.)

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