The other type of report, an Ethnohistorical report, is longer and far more comprehensive in nature. It documents the territory used and occupied at the time of contact (or time immemorial) by the First Nation. (It is a Treaty and/or Aboriginal Rights & Title Report). This report contains ethnographic information (linguistic group, cultural characteristics, kinship structure, and traditional pursuits such as hunting trapping and fishing, and "material culture" i.e. clothing, housing, hunting/fishing/trapping technology , etc.). This type of report is compiled from explorers accounts, church and government records, RCMP records, journals, field note books and so on. There are numerous archives and associated government offices scattered throughout the provinces, territories and the country, which are accessed for the purposes of the report.