Books

A list of books related to Aboriginal Mapping. Please contact us if you know of a book that should be included on this list.

New book on use and occupancy map surveys

"The land is our life. Without the land we can't survive. It's as simple as that."
-George Smith, Cree-Metis Trapper

Chief Kerry's Moose: a guidebook to land use and occupancy mapping, research design and data collection

by Terry Tobias

a guidebook to land use and occupancy mapping, research design and data collection

A New Trail: Fundraising for Cultural Research and Land Use and Occupancy Studies

NEW! UPDATED NOVEMBER 2007!

Fundraising for Cultural Research and Land Use and Occupancy Studies - A Reference Guide For Securing Funds

 
Prepared by the Aboriginal Mapping Network and Ecotrust Canada with support from the Walter and Duncan Gordon Foundation

The goal of this guidebook is to help make the fundraising task easier for you. Through discussions with practitioners and funding agencies from across Canada, we have compiled a short -list of funding programs that might provide support for your cultural research projects.

This guidebook also includes links to other funding reference tools, links to wage subsidy and employment programs that can help off-set the costs of your research, and an appendix of names of practitioners that have done a land use and occupancy research project or are engaged in this type of activity.

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What Lies Beneath

by Doug Hopwood

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