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The National Archives is a great source for Native American photos because it collects documents from more than a dozen government agencies. The National Museum of the American Indian also hosts a searchable online database that includes photo collections of many different tribes.

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Stock photos that have Native American pictures are available at the NativeStock website. This website has over 150,000 stock photos related to Native American Indian cultures, as of 2015.

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Photo imaging, also known as image editing, retouching, image manipulation, or colloquially as "Photoshopping," is the process of altering images. It can be done with modern digital techniques or with traditional analog processes.

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

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

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Examples of Native American names include Itzel, Moema, Naira and Nina. Native American names typically originate from tribes of indigenous peoples from North and South America.

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Examples of resources for free Native American images include Shutterstock, Dreamstime and Image Envision. Shutterstock and Dreamstime offer professional images that are free for personal use only.

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Many words from Native American languages are common in English today, such as "barbecue," "canoe," "kayak," "hooch" and "cannibal." Most Native American words adopted into English refer to plants and animals native to North America, such as "caribou," "moose," "raccoon," "jaguar" and "potato."

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Different Native American tribes lived in different types of homes, such as wigwams, longhouses and chickees. The homes were designed to fit the lifestyle and climate of a specific tribe, which varied depending on the region where they lived. For example, chickees were designed to be suitable for a

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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