Linguistic families, 17th century
|This layer shows areas occupied by native population as classified by linguistic families. These are approximate boundaries and transition zones may have occurred. Use the labels button () to turn linguistic family labels on and off.|
|Another map in this chapter, Native Subsistence at European Contact, Ethnohistoric Data, depicts areas of subsistence classified by dominant and secondary activities and food sources. The boundaries and labels () from that map are provided as an overlay layer here, so that linguistic families can be compared in this regard. For further details go to the Legend Info page for that map.|
|Checkbox controls visibility of modern geography (current provincial and territorial boundaries, as well as selected cities), and is available for reference.|
The active layer in this map is Linguistic families. Use the identify tool below to get data about the linguistic families in this layer.
|Identify: The Identify and Table tools may be used to identify Linguistic families, but no other tabular data is available from this map.|
|Linguistic families information is based on secondary sources with some adjustments in distribution indicated by primary sources.|