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The black snake in Sioux country showing the Dakota Access Pipeline reroute through Unceded Treaty lands and its consequences
Map features two pipeline access routes, and identifies population affected by either route. Current pipeline reroute traverses Unceded land held by the Standing Rock Sioux Tribe of North & South Dakota. The archaeological sites that were unlawfully destroyed, sacred sites located on Sioux land, and the watershed that supplies their drinking water, are noted. Initial pipeline route indicated on the map approaches the identified "Majority-White community" of Bismarck, North Dakota, and the route was altered upon their protest., Carl Sack., Map sourced from "Northlandia : a blog about maps" authored by Carl Sack. Map data sources include: Dakota Access Pipeline Project Draft Environmental Assessment, National Hydrography Dataset, OpenStreetMap, National Boundary Dataset, 1851 Treaty of Fort Laramie, and participant observation. Map is dated 11/1/16., Also available on the internet. Mode of access via web browser using the following url: