The National Conference of State Legislatures provides a state-by-state directory of Native American tribes recognized by federal and state governments. The nonprofit group Native Languages of the Americas provides a sta... More »

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As of 2015, a good location to find a comprehensive list of Native American tribes in North America is the Legends of America site. The list on this site provide the names of active and inactive tribes. More »

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There are 566 federally-recognized and more than 100 state-recognized Native American tribes in the United States. There are also an undetermined number of tribes that have not been recognized. Based on the 2010 census, ... 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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The Native American tribes known to have originally created dreamcatchers were the Annishnabe, Chippewa and the Ojibwe, sometimes spelled "Ojibway" or "Ojibwa." The use of dreamcatchers later spread among the Cree, Crow,... More »

There were 29 Native American tribes that lived in the American Great Plains. The more famous of those tribes include the Cheyenne, Comanche, Blackfoot, Sioux and the Plains Apache. More »

The Hopi, Pueblo, Zuni, Navajo and Western Apache are a few of the Native American tribes that lived in the Southwestern United States. The Southwestern United States region includes the states of California, Utah, Arizo... More »

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