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Native American is the name given to the people who were the original inhabitants of North America, having arrived in Alaska at least 12,000 years ago. Upon their arrival they quickly spread throughout the Americas, deve... More »

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The Hopi Native Americans are a tribe of agricultural people who live primarily in Arizona and the Southwest United States. With thousands of years of history, the Hopi are one of the oldest living cultures in the world ... More »

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The 2010 census reported that the largest Native American tribe in North America is the Cherokee, followed by the Navajo and Choctaw tribes. Historians believe that the U.S. Constitution was influenced by or based on the... More »

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Over 12,000 years ago, groups of nomadic people began to emigrate across a land bridge that joined Asia to what is now Alaska. These were the ancestors of the tribes of North America, whose population was approximately 5... More »

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The Hopi Native Americans are a tribe of agricultural people who live primarily in Arizona and the Southwest United States. With thousands of years of history, the Hopi are one of the oldest living cultures in the world ... More »

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After migrating to North America around 11,000 years ago, Native Americans grew corn, maize, beans and squash. They hunted, built homes out of branches and animal skins, practiced tribal religions, enjoyed music and danc... More »

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Some researchers believe the first Native Americans were semi-nomadic groups from Central Asia who followed migrating herds across a land bridge from Siberia into Alaska toward the end of the last Ice Age. Archaeologists... More »

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