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Maa Press and Smum iem publish new Sinixt map

Sinixt təmxʷúlaʔxʷ (homeland) maps are now available in local stores, museums, and tourism offices and on the Maa Press website.

The beautifully illustrated 24″ x 36″ colour map represents Sinixt təmxʷúlaʔxʷ, complete with place names labeled in Sn-selxin (the Interior Salish dialect spoken by Sinixt Peoples.) On the back you’ll find information about Sinixt history and culture, Sn-selxin place names and their meanings, and ways to connect with the Autonomous Sinixt.

Look for the Sinixt map at Otter Books and Sprout Eatery (Nelson), Raven’s Nest (New Denver), Rossland Museum & Discovery Centre and Goldrush Books (Rossland), Trail Museum and Archives (Trail), Figments (Kaslo), Nakusp Museum (Nakusp), the Grand Forks Gallery (Grand Forks), the Kokanee Creek Nature Centre (Kokanee Creek Park), Evergreen Market (Junction), Salmo Outdoor Store, Kootenay Gallery (Castlegar), Thrums Market (Thrums), Emery Herbals and Valley Kitchen (Winlaw), Christina Lake Tourism Centre, and other fine retailers.

Created by Maa Press and Smum iem, the Sinixt təmxʷúlaʔxʷ map was designed by Dayna Fidler and supported by The First People’s Cultural Council and the Department of Canadian Heritage.

“The specific language of our land holds important knowledge about this land, about how to live here and honour it. In spite of how much has been lost, my ancestors keep urging me to continue this work. This land is hungry for the language it birthed millennia ago.” – Marilyn James, Elder, Autonomous Sinixt

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