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The words "Native American" came from two sources. First "Native" meaning those Native to the continent. Second, The Americas is a term used to describe the continents that originated from its use by Martin Waldseemüller a German cartographer who named it such in honor of Amerigo Vespucci an Italian Explorer. Those who lived there were called, generally, Native Americans (a much better term than "Indian" to those natives).

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Many non-Native American people call a male native American person a "Brave." This term is a general term for all tribes but each Native American language has a different term for males in that tribe.

Was Ty Cobb a Native American?

Yes, Cobb was born in Narrows, Georgia, making him a native of America. He was not a Native American in the modern use of the term in that he was not an American Indian.

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