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Some common last names for Native Americans are Begay, Yazzie, Locklear, Garcia and Martinez. A few other commonly used American Indian names are Hunt, Wilson, Tsosie, Smith and Oxendine.


An example of nativism is when Irish immigrants came to the U.S. during the Potato Famine in the mid-1800s and petitions were filed to the government to limit their right to vote. Nativism is a belief that protects the interests of local inhabitants over those that migrate to the land.


Examples of native people include the Inuit of the Canadian Arctic, the Hawaiians of Hawaii and the Aboriginal people of Australia. Native people have their own language and cultural traditions, have or had ancestral lands and self-identify as indigenous people.


Both Morguefile and Pixaby offer free stock photos, many of which don't require any attribution at all. Flickr's Creative Commons section is also an excellent resource for anyone searching for royalty-free photos, whether for commercial or personal use.


Examples of American Indian tribes native to Arizona include the Hopi Tribe, Yavapia-Prescott Tribe, Cocopah Tribe and Havasupai Tribe. Other tribes include the San Juan Southern Paiutes, the Navajo Nation and the San Carlos Apache Tribe.


Some resources that compile Native Indian songs include Songs for Teaching, All Music and Smithsonian Folkways. All of these websites offer Native American songs that are free to stream.


Historic and respectful photos of Native Americans and Native American culture are available online from History.com and CBSNews.com. History.com also provides articles, videos and speeches on Native American culture. CBS News offers a gallery of 25 portrait style photos of Native Americans from num


The Florida Fish and Wildlife Commission maintains a website at MyFWC.com that contains a comprehensive set of photographs of native Florida birds. These photographs are organized into subsections by variety, such as owls or songbirds. Lists on the site showcase individual species with photographs a


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 call this group the “Clovis-culture” after the discovery of artifacts near Clov


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 dancing, and used stories to pass on their culture and history.