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A member of any of the indigenous peoples of North and South America and the Caribbean Islands.
- ‘How would Americans feel if the Native Americans expelled everybody else from California and established an Iriquois homeland?’
- ‘Similar laws are already in place for other Native Americans on the Canadian border, like the Mohawks.’
- ‘Even as a teenager, she had felt drawn to work with African Americans and Native Americans.’
- ‘Aboriginals and Native Americans both use fire to control the bush.’
- ‘So what if it turns out that lots of other native Americans are not Native Americans either?’
- ‘Prior to contact with European colonists, few Native Americans lived in urban settlements.’
- ‘Five papers on Native Americans in North America comprise the next section of the volume.’
- ‘African Americans and Native Americans share a complicated and not always easy history.’
- ‘Maybe the Native Americans in central and South America should be allowed to sue Spain and Portugal?’
- ‘He said one of the most memorable couples he had married were Native Americans, a Blackfoot groom and a Cherokee bride.’
- ‘The second part focuses on the ways that Native Americans and Europeans adjusted to this new commerce.’
- ‘Frontiersmen were taken with the extent to which Native Americans enjoyed freedom as individuals.’
- ‘But what about the flood legends of the Native Americans and the Australian Aborigines?’
- ‘British and French settlers in the north-east forced the Native Americans inland, as did the Spanish in the south-west.’
- ‘An ancient form of travel, snowshoeing dates back in North America to early Native Americans.’
- ‘The Committee is concerned that aboriginal rights of Native Americans may, in law, be extinguished by Congress.’
- ‘It is also much more common in African and Native Americans than in Caucasians.’
- ‘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.’
- ‘It's a faded picture of four aging Native Americans at the turn of the century in their indigenous dress.’
Relating to Native Americans.
- ‘Many of our traditions are based on Native American traditions, and we have a strong orientation to take care of the Earth.’
- ‘I too, am Native American of the Cherokee tribe and I minored in Native American studies in college.’
- ‘Among them were crews of Navajo Scouts, Native American firefighters from Arizona.’
- ‘In South Dakota, Native American officials are suing for clarification of new election rules.’
- ‘Clark falls into a cave complete with Native American cave drawings.’
- ‘She stated that she is of Native American background (Taino, from Puerto Rico).’
- ‘There is even one Native American language, Guarani, the language spoken by most Paraguayans.’
- ‘What I didn't understand, however, was the generalization of Native American beliefs.’
- ‘There was concern that Native American students would not be able to gain access to the genetic education curriculum.’
- ‘I have tattoos on my arms and one of them is two Native American arrows, crossed over each other.’
- ‘Apaches are making important contributions to Native American literature and the arts.’
- ‘Using ancient tribal patterns, Native American jewelry is both ornate and beautiful and loved by men and women.’
- ‘Dome shaped windows are fringed with Native American dream catchers and swathes of bright orange or cream coloured curtains.’
- ‘Outside of the Roman Empire, St. Bernards were prominent in many Native American creation myths.’
- ‘Aside from here, the Lakota and Iroquois nations are represented as Native American countries.’
- ‘I am a strong Native American man who wants to learn more about my culture and attend Native American sweat lodges.’
- ‘This exhibition celebrates the beauty, power, and symbolism of the tradition of Native American arts.’
- ‘Thaw out with luxury pampering at the Spa at Sundance, which pays homage to Native American traditions.’
- ‘He specialised in representing Native American tribes, many of whom are now fabulously wealthy thanks to the casinos they are permitted to operate.’
- ‘Symbolically the Swastika is found all over the world - in Native American tribes, in Europe, in ancient India.’
In the US, Native American is now the current accepted term in many contexts. The term American Indian is still used elsewhere, by American Indians themselves, among others, and is the form used in this dictionary. See American Indian
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