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Native Land is an app to help map Indigenous territories, treaties, and languages.
Don't hesitate to get in touch if you see an error!
We strive to map Indigenous lands in a way that changes, challenges, and improves the way people see history and the present day. We hope to strengthen the spiritual bonds that people have with the land, its people, and its meaning.
How It Works
We strive to map Indigenous territories, treaties, and languages across the world in a way that goes beyond colonial ways of thinking in order to better represent how Indigenous people want to see themselves.
We provide educational resources to correct the way that people speak about colonialism and indigeneity, and to encourage territory awareness in everyday speech and action.
As an Indigenous-led organization, we interconnect Indigenous communities around the world and develop real relationships.
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Latest map updates
This map does not represent or intend to represent official or legal boundaries of any Indigenous nations. To learn about definitive boundaries, contact the nations in question.
Also, this map is not perfect — it is a work in progress with tons of contributions from the community. Please send us fixes if you find errors.
We strive to represent nations and Indigenous people on their own terms. When there are conflicts or issues with our information, we try to fix things as soon as possible with the input of all parties involved.
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Coming soon: a place for communities to control their own space online.
Open Map Data
We provide geoJSONs and a comprehensive API for free.
Need help using Native Land in the classroom or office? Check out our guides.
Take a look at our Land Acknowledgement page to learn more about doing it right.
All our research and maps are documented on our territory, language, and treaty reference pages.
Blogs and articles
Keep up to date with our latest thoughts and discussions.
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