Native-Land.ca is a resource to help people around the world learn more about their local history. It's designed to help you see what indigenous territories and languages might have and still do exist in the world, including where you live. Treaties are also mapped.
This is an ongoing project and more territories are added regularly.
- iOS 13 bug fixes
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My education of native tribes in the Americas was mostly done in 2nd grade, which has led me to forget the land on which I stand. Through this app I found out that the land I live on is of a tribe never mentioned to me, and consisted of several sub tribes and was last found in the region in 1723. This tool has started me on the journey of learning more about the Manahoac tribe and neighboring tribes. This tool is great to learn about the history of where you live, may move to, or visit!
IT’S ABOUT TIME!! 🌈🐢
Just now downloaded this app and I haven’t even opened it yet, but I ABSOLUTELY had to immediately THANK THE CREATOR for trailblazing this VITAL material!
I’ve been searching for something like this for quite a while now, in app form or otherwise, but didn’t find a thing! Until now. 😊
This is such an important innovation for trailblazing the empowerment of Indigenous Peoples, and intercultural relations, and fulfilling the Rainbow Prophecies. I’ve read the customer reviews so I’m aware that their may be some inaccuracies and that some of the tribal website links have connectivity issues, but considering the fact that the “Civilized” Industrialized world STILL has yet to include these Sovereign Territories on any Official Map, and it’s probably one of the first of its kind, I’d expect it to be a work-in-progress.
PLEASE PLEASE CONTINUE DEVELOPING THIS AND OTHER Apps THAT RECOGNIZE LIVING INDIGENOUS PEOPLES, AND THEIR SOVEREIGN TERRITORIES, AND COMMUNITIES SO THAT WE MAY TREAT THEM WITH HONOR AND RESPECT, AND SO WE MAY REPAIR RELATIONS SO AS TO LEARN TO LIVE TOGETHER IN GREAT PEACE LAW!
Great, & I hope it will continue to improve
I love having a map of various indigenous groups all in one place, and it’s allowed me to much more easily learn about different groups, especially ones that live in my area. I love having the links to the tribe websites on a lot of them! However, I definitely noticed not all of it is very accurate, either in the regions or the names of some of the tribes, which I guess is to be expected, but I definitely hope that in the future it will continue to become more accurate and informational! For now, I appreciate having a Native-focused resource for a wide variety of native groups across Turtle Island. Thank you!!!
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.