Throughout history, there have been many events and people that have impacted the exercise of Anishinaabe treaty rights. The Timeline of Anishinaabe Treaty Rights in the Northern Great Lakes presents an engaging, expansive picture of this history, from the documented initial contact with Europeans in 1620 through cultural and conservation efforts in 2020. Featuring a map illustrating treaty lands, as well as links to short videos from the Ogichidaa Storytellers video series, this visually captivating poster is one that you will revisit over and over for its dates, its stories, and its impact.

The 39” x 27” full color poster is designed for use in classrooms, homes, and public spaces. Download the PDF, or visit the GLIFWIC online to order printed posters here.

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