In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1indio americano masculineindia americana feminine
- So what if it turns out that lots of other native Americans are not Native Americans either?
- African Americans and Native Americans share a complicated and not always easy history.
- Similar laws are already in place for other Native Americans on the Canadian border, like the Mohawks.
- An ancient form of travel, snowshoeing dates back in North America to early Native Americans.
- But what about the flood legends of the Native Americans and the Australian Aborigines?
- Frontiersmen were taken with the extent to which Native Americans enjoyed freedom as individuals.
- Aboriginals and Native Americans both use fire to control the bush.
- Maybe the Native Americans in central and South America should be allowed to sue Spain and Portugal?
- Even as a teenager, she had felt drawn to work with African Americans and Native Americans.
- The Committee is concerned that aboriginal rights of Native Americans may, in law, be extinguished by Congress.
- The second part focuses on the ways that Native Americans and Europeans adjusted to this new commerce.
- Prior to contact with European colonists, few Native Americans lived in urban settlements.
- British and French settlers in the north-east forced the Native Americans inland, as did the Spanish in the south-west.
- It is also much more common in African and Native Americans than in Caucasians.
- He said one of the most memorable couples he had married were Native Americans, a Blackfoot groom and a Cherokee bride.
- It's a faded picture of four aging Native Americans at the turn of the century in their indigenous dress.
- Five papers on Native Americans in North America comprise the next section of the volume.
- How would Americans feel if the Native Americans expelled everybody else from California and established an Iriquois homeland?
- The first genocide in modern history was committed by European immigrants on Native Americans.
- Accordingly, it is less common in African Americans, Native Americans, and Asian Americans.
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