Aaron Carapella’s map of Mexico documents the ‘true names’ of Native American tribes before the groups had contact with Europeans. Submitted photoby Katherine Locke
Carapella has added Mexico to his unique map collection that reflects
the true names of Native American tribes across the United States and
Canada before the groups had contact with Europeans.
who is part Cherokee, said he spent 14 years making the continental U.S.
map and he has been working on the Mexico map for about the same amont
of time, though the final push to get it done took about six months.
tried to stay on a path, first getting the U.S. one done, then Canada,
then Mexico," he said. "I am trying to put the puzzle pieces together of
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