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American Indians, Native Americans, History of a Proud People ...
The "pierced nose" people lived on the lower Columbia River and throughout other parts of the Northwest. The famous indian chief and leader, Chief Joseph, ...
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American Indians, Native Americans, History of a Proud People ...
The Apache (from a Zuni word meaning "enemy") are a North American Indian people ... The famous indian chief and leader, Chief Joseph, was of the Nez Perce. ...
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American Indians, Native Americans, History of a Proud People ...
American Indians varied greatly from region to region, as did their reactions to European ... and retention of traditional spiritual and cultural practices. ...
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American Indians, Native Americans, History of a Proud People ...
American Indians varied greatly from region to region, ... Native Americans (American Indians) make up less than one percent of the total U.S. ... The Hopi are descendants of people who migrated into the Southwest prior to 1000 BC. ...
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American Indians - "A Small Nomenclature of the Indian Language"
However, it does appear to be accurate, and some of the words you will even recognize as having been adopted into American-English (pow-wow, pappouse, ...
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American Indians, Native Americans, History of a Proud People ...
The term "Native American" includes over 500 different groups and reflects great ... and retention of traditional spiritual and cultural practices. ...
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American Indians, Native Americans, History of a Proud People ...
Native Americans (American Indians) make up less than one percent of the total U.S. ... and retention of traditional spiritual and cultural practices. ...
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American Indians, Native Americans, History of a Proud People ...
American Indians varied greatly from region to region, as did their reactions to European ... and retention of traditional spiritual and cultural practices. ...
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American Indians, Native Americans, History of a Proud People ...
American Indians varied greatly from region to region, as did their reactions to European ... and retention of traditional spiritual and cultural practices. ...
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American Indians, Native Americans, History of a Proud People ...
People, Places & Culture ... The history of this continent's original inhabitants encompasses a broad range of cultures and experiences. ... Native Americans (American Indians) make up less than one percent of the total U.S. population ...
 
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