Weaponizing Maps

Indigenous Peoples and Counterinsurgency in the Americas

Joe Bryan and Denis Wood

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List of Figures

A Narrative Table of Contents

1. In the Rincón of the Sierra Juárez

2. The Decline and Fall of the Once August American Geographical Society

3. “Red Mike” Edson’s U.S. Marine Patrols Up Nicaragua’s Río Coco in 1928–1929 and the Development of the Small Wars Manual

4. The Birth of Indigenous Mapping In Canada

5. Maps, Guns, and Indigenous Peoples

6. From Territory to Property: Indigenous Mapping after the Cold War

7. Counterinsurgency and the Rise of the “Warrior Scholars”

8. The AGS, the Bowman Expeditions, and the México Indígena Project

Coda: Kill the Insurgent, Save the Man—Indigenous Peoples and Human Terrain

A Note on Maps

Notes

Bibliography

Index