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North American Indian Cultures Wall Map

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Long before 16th-century Europeans began to explore North America, the land was already home to an estimated 30 million people who spoke diverse languages and complex cultures. This 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 Native Americans innovations from parkas and snow goggles to new medicines and agricultural techniques. Coverage ranges from Central America to the farthest reaches of Canada and Alaska, as well as Greenland and the Caribbean Islands. A perfect complement to National Geographic’s Indian Country map.

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  • 23.25" x 35.75"
  • Scale = -
  • Map Revised - 2004

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Lil'wat, not Lillooet


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.)


Mount Currie, BC


North American Indian Cultures Wall Map

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