American Indian Tribes and Language Families
North of Mexico
Map showing the traditional territories of the indigenous peoples
of North America (about 360 groups are included). Colors are used
to indicate linguistic families.
There is a table (covering as large an area as the map itself)
of the relationships between the languages, and some prose on the
history of ideas about these relationships.
On the reverse is a Map of the Navajo
Country of New Mexico, Arizona, Colorado and Utah with place-names
in Navajo (and their translations).
These maps are based on research begun when the author was working
at an Indian-run school in the Navajo reservation and establishing
an Indian library there.
16 x 22 in., 7 colors. 1993. Shipped in a tube.
OUT OF PRINT until another printer is found.