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They competed for the three G's; for God, for Gold, and for Glory.
Giovanni da Verrazzano's crew encountered many Native American tribes, but they didn't speak the languages of those tribes, which made exploration difficult.
A nativist would define a "real" American as a native-born, white citizen from America.
American Indian tribes developed trade in food among themselves
By the Beringa Land bridge
American Indians or Native Americans were the first people to live in North America.
THE INDIANS (NATIVE AMERICANS)
because Indians are people from India and it is completely different from native american
the America Indians
Columbus called the Native Americans Indians, because he thought he was in India when he arrived in America. The name stuck, and we still call them Indians today.
The Sandia People are Native American Indians who trace their ancestors back to the Aztec of South America.
American Indians -- the Native population of the "New World" Are from the North and South American Continents plus the area know as Central America.
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Native Americans, or commonly referred to as Indians.
No, Native Americans are from tribes like the Cherokees and other tribes. They originated in America. Indians are from the country India, and are a whole other group of people from the Native Americans. The reason why Native Americans are sometimes referred to as Indians is because, when Christopher Columbus was sailing to India, he accidentally ended up in North America where he called all the Native Americans, Indians.