Innu villages at Labrador peninsula

March 20, 2008 at 8:21 pm | Posted in Language, Maps | Leave a comment
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I seems that my research keeps going on, as usually thanks to the Internet. Looking here and there, I have found a website where Innu people speak about their language, which they call Innu-aimun. In that site they teach it, they have some traditional tales, some links, and also some interesting maps with the placement of their villages.

I am a bit confused, because this map doesn’t match with that other one from the same site, where they show all the dialects of Innu-aimun:


I don’t know if they are different communities, or what. I will have to look for more information. For example, this article where they have a map created with Google Earth which a layer that shows all their villages in Canada.

From a new perspective

March 11, 2008 at 3:49 am | Posted in Maps, North Pole | Leave a comment
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We usually look at the world globe with the Ecuador line in front of our eyes. In the same way, we use to represent the maps in two dimensions. But if what you want is to take a journey all around the world more or less through the
arctic cercle line
, and having as a reference the North Pole, there is a much more interesting perspective:

Pol nord, 1746-1747

Map by William Moor and Francis Smith, 1746-1747

Pol nord, 1882-83

Mapa of the international polar stations, 1882-83


Pol nord, actualment

The North Pole nowadays, with red line that indicates the 10°C (50°F) isotherm in July, sometimes used to define the Arctic region border

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