ZOLTÁN GROSSMAN

Faculty member in Geography and Native American Studies, The Evergreen State College

Lab 1, Room 3012, 2700 Evergreen Pkwy. NW,

Olympia, WA 98505 USA

grossmaz@evergreen.edu

Tel. (360) 867-6153

 
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University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire, 2003-04
NATIVE GEOGRAPHIES
NATIVE MAPPING LINKS

 

 

 

 

Globalization effects on Indigenous Peoples (pdf map)
 
ESRI Native Conservation papers & links
 
Aboriginal Mapping Network
 
Tribal Nations websites
 
Traditional Ecological Knowledge & database
 
Native American Map Links
 
 Indian Land Areas (1978)
 
  Maps of Native Nations (1997)
 
Tribal Census Tract Outline Maps
 
Native Land Cessions maps
 
Reservation maps by state
 
Indigenous Peoples Specialty Group of the
American Association of Geographers (AAG)
 
GEOGRAPHY BROCHURE FOR NATIVE STUDENTS (pdf)
 
 
ARTICLES ON NATIVE GIS & COUNTERMAPPING
 
Indigenous Geography as Discipline Arrives
By the Editors (Indian Country Today)
 
Indigenous Geography is a Good Approach
By the Editors (Indian Country Today)
 
Native American and First Nations' GIS
By Jhon Goes In Center (Oglala Lakota)

GIS, Indigenous Peoples, and Epistemological Diversity
By Robert A. Rundstrom

The Gitxsan Model: A Vision for the Land and the People
Russell Collier, , Martine Rose
Strategic Watershed Analysis Team, British Colombia, Canada
 
Sliammon First Nation Uses GIS to Map Traditional Values
Laura K. Roddan and Arlene C. Harry
Powell River, Canada
 
How to Grow Tribal Environmental Protection and GIS
Aimee Mitchell,
St. Regis (Akwesasne) Mohawk Tribe, New York
 
GIS Implementation at the Squamish Nation
Jason Calla and Richard Koett
British Columbia, Canada
 
GIS Implementation Experience in Wisconsin Winnebago Nation
Ping, He 1995
 
The Role of GIS in Integrated Resource Management
for First Nations Initiatives in Alberta
Ralph Makokis and David Buckley
 
The Use of Geographic Information Systems (GIS)
by First Nations
by Benjamin D. Johnson
School of Community and Regional Planning,
University of British Columbia
 
Geomatics: Who Needs It?
By Peter Poole
Cultural Survival Quarterly 18(4)
and Guide to the Technology
Or do a search at http://www.culturalsurvival.org
 
Geomatics and Political Empowerment: The Yuqui "...
that master tool, geography's perfection, the map."
By Jarvis, Keith A.; Stearman, Allyn MacLean
Cultural Survival Quarterly 18.4
Or do a search at http://www.culturalsurvival.org
 
Land-Based Communities, Geomatics and Biodiversity Conservation
By Peter Poole,
Cultural Survival Quarterly 18.4
Or do a search at http://www.culturalsurvival.org
 
Towards Information Self-Sufficiency:
The Nunavik Inuit gather information on ecology and land use
By Brooke, Lorraine F.; Kemp, William B.
Cultural Survival Quarterly 18.4
Or do a search at http://www.culturalsurvival.org
 
Ethnocartography in the Darien
By Chapin, Mac; Herrera, Francisco; Gonzalez, Nicanor
Cultural Survival Quarterly 18.4
Or do a search at http://www.culturalsurvival.org
 
Defending the Miskito Reefs with Maps and GPS:
Mapping With Sail, Scuba, and Satellite
By Nietschmann, Bernard
Cultural Survival Quarterly 18.4
Or do a search at http://www.culturalsurvival.org
 
GIS and Long Range Economic Planning for Indigenous Territories
By Smith, Richard Chase
Cultural Survival Quarterly 18.4
Or do a search at http://www.culturalsurvival.org
 
Gendered Resource Mapping: Focusing on Women's Spaces in the Landscape
By Edmunds, David; Thomas-Slayter, Barbara; Rocheleau, Dianne
Cultural Survival Quarterly 18.4
Or do a search at http://www.culturalsurvival.org
 
Direct Divisions
by Jose Barriero, Native Americas journal
 
The Stó:lô-Coast Salish Historical Atlas
By: Leeanna Rhodes
 
The Heiltsuk Map Atlas: a story of success
By David Carruthers and Bo Reid
 
Putting Traditional Ecological Knowledge (TEK) into Action:
Mapping the Transition
By Caron Olive and David Carruthers (Vancouver)
 
Sharing Information or Captured Heritage:
Access to community geographic knowledge
and the state's responsibility to protect
aboriginal rights in British Columbia
Martin S. Weinstein
 
A Map that Roared and an Original Atlas:
Canada's Ends, Cartographic Beginnings
and the Narration of Nation
By Matthew Sparke
 
Virtual Taro Patch
Kaua'i, Hawai'i
 
Traditional Tenure among the Gitksan and Wet'suwet'en:
its Relationship to Common Property, and Resource Allocation
Leslie Main Johnson
University of Alberta, Edmonton, AB
 
Nation-building and the B.C. Treaty Process
Remarks by Stephen Cornell
 
A Culturally Relevant Solution for the Implementation of
Geographic Information Systems in Indian Country
Marozas, Bryan A. (Abstract)
 
Enhancing Tribal Integrated Resource Management Plans by Integrating
Traditional Knowledge with Geographic Information System Technology
Marozas, Bryan A. (Abstract)
 
The Role of Geographic Information Systems in
American Indian Land and Water Rights Litigation
Marozas, Bryan A. (Abstract)
Text for all three articles from  bryan_marozas@mail.bia.gov
 
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