Native American


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Native American

A person with origins in any of North America’s original aboriginal peoples, who may maintain a cultural identification through tribal affiliation or community.
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Finally, the narratives of the Plains Indians--which usually contain a variety of categories such as accounts of human heroes and stories of creation--should also be considered as remarkable examples of Native American oral literature.
In this book, Porter introduces readers to a variety of concepts associated with Native American environmentalism.
More than two thirds of Native American lands were lost during the general allotment (Case & Voluck, 2002; McDonnell, 1991).
Native American students view the world the way they do partly as a result of cultural values and early socialization experiences (Swisher, 1991).
Tensions remain high between many Native Americans and their African kin.
Such criticisms notwithstanding, I find that Minges provides a unique and timely perspective in light of his second objective: the complex relationship between Native American and African American slaves, and the insights on the individual worlds of the Native American slave masters.
The act was the latest in a series of often faltering efforts to preserve Native American culture and grant Indians equal protection under the law.
Attack rates during outbreaks at Native American sites outside of disease-endemic areas have been high.
Which four Native American tribes live on reservations in Montana?
The tug-of-war over Kenniwick Man was resolved by the Native American Graves Protection and Repatriation Act, which stipulates that property taken from tribal lands be returned to Native Americans.
Why should camps use Native American imagery in their programs?

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