Mapping Our Places. Voices from the Indigenous Communities Mapping Initiative
Berkeley, Indigenous Communities Mapping Initiative, 2005.
Large oblong quarto, 224 pages with maps and numerous illustrations from photographs (many in colour).
Cloth; a fine copy with the fine dustwrapper.
One of 1500 copies. 'The indigenous mapping movement is reestablishing land and resource rights and restoring human dignity to Native peoples around the world'. This book deals with mapping projects carried out by four indigenous peoples in the western United States (communities in Alaska, northern New Mexico, Montana and the Hawaiian island of Kaua'i).
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