Map (3) showing present or late and also former distributions of northern tribes.

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TitleMap (3) showing present or late and also former distributions of northern tribes.
AnnotatorTeit, James Alexander, 1864-1922
AbstractHand-colored and annotated map delineating distribution of [as spelled] Salishan, Kitunahan, Athapascan family, Algonquian family, Shoshonean, Siouan. Trade routes delineated in red. Annotated map area encompasses Alberta and Saskatchewan, plus western Manitoba, southernmost North West Territories/Yukon, and northern portions of Montana, Idaho, and Washington.
NoteBase map: “Rand-McNally New Pocket Map of Western Canada Showing Provinces of Alberta and Saskatchewan.” (c) 1906. Scale 60 miles = 1 inch.
LanguageEnglish (eng)
Subject (lcsh) maps
Subject (lcsh) Washington (State)--Maps
Subject (lcsh) Idaho--Maps
Subject (lcsh) Montana--Maps
Subject (lcsh) British Columbia--Maps
Subject (lcsh) Alberta--Maps
Subject (lcsh) Saskatchewan--Maps
Subject (lcsh) Manitoba--Maps
Subject (lcsh) Alaska--Maps
Subject (lcsh) Yukon--Maps
Subject (lcsh) Northwest Territories--Maps
Subject (lcsh) Algonquian Indians
Subject (lcsh) Arikara Indians
Subject (lcsh) Assiniboine Indians
Subject (lcsh) Siksika Indians
Subject (lcsh) Carrier Indians
Subject (lcsh) Chilcotin Indians
Subject (lcsh) Chipewyan Indians
Subject (lcsh) Coast Salish Indians
Subject (lcsh) Coeur d'Alene Indians
Subject (lcsh) Cree Indians
Subject (lcsh) Gros Ventre Indians (Montana)
Subject (lcsh) Hidatsa Indians
Subject (lcsh) Kainah Indians
Subject (lcsh) Kalispel Indians
Subject (lcsh) Kootenai Indians
Subject (lcsh) Lillooet Indians
Subject (lcsh) Mandan Indians
Subject (lcsh) Nahane Indians
Subject (lcsh) Nez Percé Indians
Subject (lcsh) Niska Indians
Subject (lcsh) Ntlakyapamuk Indians
Subject (lcsh) Nuxalk Indians
Subject (lcsh) Okanagan Indians
Subject (lcsh) Piegan Indians
Subject (lcsh) Salish Indians
Subject (lcsh) Sanpoil Indians
Subject (lcsh) Sarsi Indians
Subject (lcsh) Sechelt Indians
Subject (lcsh) Sekani Indians
Subject (lcsh) Senijextee Indians
Subject (lcsh) Shoshoni Indians
Subject (lcsh) Sinkiuse-Columbia Indians
Subject (lcsh) Slavey Indians
Subject (lcsh) Spokane Indians
Subject (lcsh) Squamish Indians
Subject (lcsh) Stó:lō Indians
Subject (lcsh) Tahltan Indians
Subject (lcsh) Tlingit Indians
Subject (lcsh) Tlingit Indians
Subject (lcsh) Tsetsaut Indians
Subject (lcsh) Wenatchi Indians
Subject (lcsh) Wet'suwet'en Indians
Subject (lcsh) Willapa Indians
Subject (lcsh) Yakama Indians
Subject (lcsh) Dënesųłiné people
Subject (lcsh) Tsuut'ina people
Subject (lcsh) St'at'imc people
Subject (lcsh) Gitxsan Indians
Formatelectronic resource
Extent69.0 x 53.6 cm
Digital Origindigitized other analog
Reformatting Qualitypreservation
Date Modified2012-11-12
TitleAmerican Council of Learned Societies Committee on Native American Languages, American Philosophical Society
Call NumberMss.497.3.B63c
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