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Ethnographic map of North America

Ethnographic map of North America

1844 - Aboriginal America, East of the Mississippi - This small and uncommon map was published by the Religious Society of Friends, or Quakers as they are more commonly known. The map shows the United States to the Mississippi River. It names the known tribes and locations with a color key at right that names the Algonquin, Dahcota, Huron - Iroquois, Catawba, Cherokee, Uchee, Natchez, and Mobilian Indians.

1844 - Aboriginal America, East of the Mississippi - This small and uncommon map was published by the Religious Society of Friends, or Quakers as they are more commonly known. The map shows the United States to the Mississippi River. It names the known tribes and locations with a color key at right that names the Algonquin, Dahcota, Huron - Iroquois, Catawba, Cherokee, Uchee, Natchez, and Mobilian Indians.

Princess Naomi, a member of the Algonquin-speaking peoples, operated a Native American store and museum in the Inwood Hills Park, Manhattan, New York. Pictured here: Princess Naomi and her grandchildren in 1930's. Photograph by Reginald Bolton

Princess Naomi, a member of the Algonquin-speaking peoples, operated a Native American store and museum in the Inwood Hills Park, Manhattan, New York. Pictured here: Princess Naomi and her grandchildren in 1930's. Photograph by Reginald Bolton

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