Activity 02Worksheet What is Where? Why There? Why Care? Use this worksheet to support Activity 2, Mapping Indigenous Civilizations and Histories , located on page 5 of Historica Canada’s Indigenous Perspectives Education Guide. Working in small groups, visit Native-Land.ca and explore North American Indigenous territories, languages and treaties through maps. Examine one of the following maps and read the associated article on The Canadian Encyclopedia , then complete the chart below. 1. Map: Indigenous Territories | Article: Indigenous Territory 2. Map: Indigenous Languages | Article: Indigenous Languages in Canada 3. Map: Indigenous Treaties | Article: Treaties with Indigenous Peoples in Canada 4. Map: Provinces and Territories in present-day Canada | Article: Historical Boundaries of Canada What is Where? • What physical features, patterns, and regions are seen in this map? Why There? • Why are boundaries located where they are (e.g., natural features, political contexts, etc.)? • What connections, relationships and processes have influenced these borders over time? Why Care? • Why is this map significant? • What can it tell us about our present world? • What can it tell us about the past?