Nastawgan Map Description & Ordering Info

 Scale 1:126,720

Historical Map of Temagami

by Craig Macdonald

$50.00 Cdn.

Can be paid in U.S. funds at current exchange rate

Shipping (in map tube) for up to 4 maps per address: $30 Cdn within Canada and continental U.S.


Full-color map depicting traditional snowshoe and canoe routes of the Temagami region as they were in 1900. This is the most comprehensive map of traditional routes ever produced in Canada.

Dimensions: 38.5 in. X 58 in.

Printed on 70 lb. patina mat paper

Full color with 12 illustrations depicting local native lifestyle.

2,400 onigum (portages) and bonkanah  (winter trails)

Traditional campsites

Teme-Augama place names

Place-name index

Pronunciation guide

Produced by the author in conjunction with the Ontario government, 1993.

Illustrator: Alex Rabazzo

Send check to:

Craig Macdonald

1001 Sale Road

Dwight, Ontario

Canada P0A 1H0

Allow 3-4 weeks for delivery.

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