The term Native Americans may refer to:
- First Nations
- Aboriginal peoples in Canada
- Indigenous peoples of the Americas
- Native Americans in the United States (Indian or American Indian), indigenous peoples living within the United States
- Native American (album), an album by Tony Rice
- Native American name controversy
- Nativism (politics), anti-immigration politics
- Native American Party, or "Know Nothings", a Nativist American political movement of the 1850
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... Cities of Gold, or "Cibola", was rumoured to have been built by Native Americans somewhere in the desert Southwest ... de Montezinos reported that some of the Lost Tribes were living among the Native Americans of the Andes in South America ... de Escalante Fontaneda, a shipwreck survivor who had lived with the Native Americans of Florida for 17 years, published his memoir in which he locates ...
... term "G-O Road") which traverses land traditionally used by Native Americans for religious practices ... A lawsuit filed by Native Americans to stop this road's upgrade and associated timber harvest went all the way to the US Supreme Court ... routes and appeals by the Sierra Club and a group of Native Americans, the Secretary of Agriculture, Richard E ...
... Marie escorted by a twelve-oared barge carrying a military detachment intended to overawe the native Americans ... Ojibway, many of whom were loyal to the British, expressed their displeasure with the American proposal ... and trampled it under foot, which brought about the submission of the native Americans, who ceded 16 square miles (41 km2) on the St ...
... The Bonneville Cutthroat Trout is a native species to Utah, unlike the Rainbow Trout, and was an important source of food for the pioneers and Native ... The Bald Eagle, two American flags, the date 1847, representing the year the pioneers arrived in Utah, and the date 1896, the year Utah became a state. 1913 Flower Sego Lily Calochortus nuttallii The bulbs of the Sego Lily were used as food for the Native Americans and for the pioneers when food became scarce ...
... McColloch's Leap was a feat performed during a September 1777 attack by Native Americans on Fort Henry, site of present-day Wheeling, West Virginia, during the American Revolutionary War ... In September 1777, during a Native American siege on the fort, Major Samuel McColloch arrived at the fort with forty mounted men from Short Creek ... McColloch found himself alone and surrounded by Native Americans, and he rode immediately towards the nearby hill in an attempt to escape ...
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“...I have ... been guilty of watching Westerns without acknowledging that Native Americans have gone through the same madness as African Americans. Isnt it extraordinary that sometimes the most offended have not seen others being offended?”
—Judith Jamison (b. 1943)