First Nations & Inuit Tribal Map Poster / Wall Art

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First Nations & Inuit Tribal Map - Poster, Wall Map, Wall Art, Wall Decor

First Nations & Inuit Tribal Map Description & Background

The First Nations and Inuit Map Poster is the first to document the true names and original pre-contact locations of every documented First Nations in what is now Canada. We seek to honor all First Nations Tribes, Inuit tribes and Indigenous Peoples of Canada by including the larger, well-known tribes as well as many that did not survive the effects of European genocide and disease. Most of the First Nations and Inuit tribal names are the correct names used to call themselves in their own languages. The only exception are for those tribes whose languages were never documented. This wall map / poster is a visual reminder of who called this land home for tens of thousands of years before any European set foot and creates a sense of pride for modern-day First Nations and Indigenous Peoples as well as educating the non-Native public. To First Nations and Inuit, this land will always be our ancestral homeland.

The First Nations and Inuit Tribal Nations map is a great educational resources and piece of wall art that fits in any classroom, school hallway, library and office. 

Our First Nations Tribal Map comes in multiple sizes and materials, including a beautiful and durable art canvas material. The First Nations and Inuit Tribal Nations covering Canada comes in the following versions:

  • Canada Map w/ Borders - Native & Common Names - This map comes with the modern-day province borders, traditional Tribal names (autonyms) and the commonly-known Tribal names.
  • Canada Map w/ Borders - Native Names ONLY - This map comes with the modern-day province borders, and the traditional Tribal names only (autonyms).
  • Canada Map NO BORDERS - Native & Common Names - This map comes with no province borders, traditional Tribal names (autonyms) and the commonly known Tribal names.
  • Canada Map NO BORDERS - Native Names ONLY - This map comes with no province borders, and the traditional Tribal names only (autonyms).