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Encyclopedia > Classification of indigenous peoples of the Americas
Cultural regions of North American people at the time of European contact.
Cultural regions of North American people at the time of European contact.

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United States and Canada

Ethnographers commonly classify indigenous peoples in the United States and Canada into ten geographical regions with shared cultural traits (called cultural areas). The following list groups peoples by their region of origin, followed by the current location. See the individual article on each tribe or First Nation for a history of their movements. See the List of Native American Tribal Entities for the United States' official list of recognized Native American tribes. The regions are: Ethnography ( ethnos = people and graphein = writing) is the genre of writing that presents varying degrees of qualitative and quantitative descriptions of human social phenomena, based on fieldwork. ... The term indigenous people has no universal, standard or fixed definition, but can be used about any ethnic group who inhabit the geographic region with which they have the earliest historical connection. ... For other uses, see Culture (disambiguation). ... http://www. ... First Nations is the current title used by Canada to describe the various societies of the indigenous peoples, called Native Americans in the U.S. They have also been known as Indians, Native Canadians, Aboriginal Americans, Amer-Indians, or Aboriginals, and are officially called Indians in the Indian Act, which... This is a list of the 563 Native American Tribal Entities which are recognized by the United States Bureau of Indian Affairs. ...


Arctic

Languages English, Russian, Aleut Religions Christianity, Shamanism Related ethnic groups Inuit, Yupik The Aleuts (self-denomination: , Unangan or Unanga) are the indigenous people of the Aleutian Islands of Alaska, United States and Kamchatka Krai, Russia. ... For other uses, see Inuit (disambiguation). ... The Inuvialuit (Inuit language: real human beings) are Inuit people who live in the western Canadian Arctic region. ... The Inupiat or Iñupiaq are the Inuit people of Alaskas Northwest Arctic and North Slope boroughs and the Bering Straits region. ... This article is about Yupik peoples in general. ...

Subarctic

The Ahtna (trans. ... The Atikamekw are the indigenous inhabitants of the area they refer to as Nitaskinan, in the upper St. ... Babine. ... Bearlake may refer to: a mainboard chipset a language or tribe Category: ... The Chipewyan are an aboriginal people in Canada. ... For other uses, see Cree (disambiguation). ... The Dakelh (pronounced Ka-kelh) or Carrier are the indigenous people of a large portion of the central interior of British Columbia. ... Deg Hitan (also Deg Xinag, Deg Xitan, Deg Hitan, Degexitan, Ingalik, Ingalit, Inkaliten, Inkality, Kaiyuhkhotana) is a group of Athabaskan peoples in Alaska. ... The Dena’ina (also Tanaina) are an Alaska Native people, an extended tribe of American Indian lineage. ... Inland can mean: Inland Fräkne Hundred - a hundred of Bahusia in Sweden Inland Northern Hundred - a hundred of Bahusia in Sweden Inland Southern Hundred - a hundred of Bahusia in Sweden Inland Torpe Hundred - a hundred of Bahusia in Sweden This is a disambiguation page — a navigational aid which... Kachemak Bay is an arm 64 km (40 miles) long of the Cook Inlet on the southwest side of the Kenai Peninsula in south central Alaska. ... Kenai is a city located in Kenai Peninsula Borough, Alaska. ... The Susitna River in south central Alaska The Susitna River (soo-SIT-nuh) is a river, approximately 300 mi (480 km) long, in south central Alaska in the United States. ... The Tli Cho (Tłįchǫ) First Nation, formerly known as the Dogrib, are an Aboriginal Canadian people living in the Northwest Territories (NWT). ... Gwichʼin family outside home The Gwichʼin (sometimes rendered as Kutchin or Gwitchin), literally one who dwells, are a First Nations/Alaska Native people who live in the northwestern part of North America mostly above the Arctic Circle. ... This article is about the people. ... Image:Chief Isaac of Hän. ... Holikachuk (also Innoko, Organized Village of Grayling, Innoka-khotana, Tlëgon-khotana) are an Athabascan people native to western Alaska. ... Innu flag Innu communities of Québec and Labrador The Innu are the indigenous inhabitants of an area they refer to as Nitassinan, which comprises most of what Canadians refer to as eastern Québec and Labrador, Canada. ... A native Canadian language spoken by tribes of the Yukon territory. ... The Kolchan language (also called Upper Kuskokwim, Goltsan, and McGrath) is an Athabaskan language of the Na-Dene language family. ... The Koyukon are a group of Athabaskan people living in northern Alaska. ... The Innu are the indigenous inhabitants of an area they refer to as Nitassinan, which comprises most of the Quebec-Labrador peninsula in Eastern Canada. ... The Nisgaa (pronounced Nis-gah) are of the First Nations of Canada. ... This article is about the native North American people. ... Sikanni is the name of an Athabaskan First Nations people and language in the northern interior of British Columbia. ... The Slavey (comprised of two groups, North and South Slavey) are a native American group indigenous to the Great Slave Lake region, in Canadas Northwest Territories. ... Hay River may refer to: Hay River, Northwest Territories Hay River, Wisconsin This is a disambiguation page — a navigational aid which lists other pages that might otherwise share the same title. ... The Liard River is a river that flows through the Yukon Territory, British Columbia and the Northwest Territories, and in Canada. ... This is a disambiguation page — a navigational aid which lists other pages that might otherwise share the same title. ... The Tagish are a group of about 400 Gwichin people that live around Tagish Lake, in the Yukon Territory of Canada. ... Tahltan (also Nahanni) refers to a Northern Athabaskan people that live in northern British Columbia around Telegraph Creek, Dease Lake, and Iskut. ... Lower Tanana (also Tanana) is an endangered Athabaskan language spoken in eastern Interior Alaska and adjacent areas of Canadas Yukon Territory. ... Upper Tanana is one of the Athabaskan languages. ... Tanacross is an endangered Athabaskan language spoken near Tanana Crossing in Alaska. ... The Tasttine (also Beaver) are Athapaskan aboriginals whose traditional territory is around the Peace River of Alberta, Canada. ... A Tlingit totem pole in Ketchikan ca. ... The Tsetsaut language (also Tsetsaut) was an Athabascan language spoken in Alaska and Canada. ... The Tsimshian, usually pronounced in English as // (SIM-shee-an), translated as People Inside the Skeena River, are Indigenous, or Native American and First Nation people who live around Terrace and Prince Rupert, on the north coast of British Columbia and the southernmost corner of Alaska on Annette Island. ... The Northern Tutchone are a First Nations people living mainly in the central Yukon in Canada. ... The Southern Tutchone are a First Nations people living mainly in the southern Yukon in Canada. ... Wetsuweten (also known as Hwotsotenne, Witsuwiten, Wetsuweten, Wetsuweten) are an Athabascan-speaking people, on Bulkley River and around Francois Lake, Babine Lake, and Takla Lake, in Northwestern British Columbia. ... The Yellowknives, Yellow Knives, Copper Indians, Red Knives or Tatsaotine are one of the five main groups of the Dene First Nation that live in the Northwest Territories of Canada. ...

California

Achomawi basket_maker in 1923 The Achomawi were Native Americans who lived in northern California. ... The Atsugewi were native Americans residing in what is now northern California, in the vicinity of Mount Shasta. ... The Mattole, including the Bear River Indians, are a group of Native Americans traditionally living on the Mattole and Bear rivers in the vicinity of Cape Mendocino, within the present Humboldt County, California. ... The Cahuilla are a group of Native Americans that have inhabited California for more than 2000 years, originally covering an area of about 2,400 square miles (6,200 km²). Evidence shows that when the Cahuilla first moved into the area a large body of water now called Lake Cahuilla... The Chemehuevi (chem-a-wa-ve) are a Native American tribe who live with the Mohave in and near the Colorado River Reservation in Arizona. ... Rafael, a Chumash in the 1800s Pre-contact distribution of the Chumash The Chumash are a Native American tribe who historically inhabit mainly the southern coastal regions of California, in the vicinity of what is now Santa Barbara and Ventura, extending as far south as Malibu. ... Ventureño is one of the extinct Chumash languages, a group of Native American languages previously spoken along the coastal areas of Southern California from as far north as San Luis Obispo to as far south as Malibu. ... Santa Paula is a city located in Ventura County, California. ... The Chilula were an Athapaskan tribe who inhabited the area on or near lower Redwood Creek, California 500 to 600 years before contact with whites. ... Pre-contact distribution of Chimariko Chimariko is an extinct language isolate formerly spoken in Trinity County in northwestern California by Chimariko peoples. ... Bodega Bay as viewed from present-day Dillon Beach, was ancient homeland of the Coastal Miwok. ... For the college of the same name, see Ohlone College. ... Cupeño. ... The Kumeyaay, also known as the Diegueño and sometimes confused with the Luiseño, are a Native American people of the extreme southwestern United States and northwest Mexico. ... Esselen The Esselen were the Native American inhabitants of what is now known as Big Sur on the Central Coast of California. ... The Tataviam language is an extinct Uto-Aztecan language that was spoken in southern California. ... Gabrieleno Native American women Tongva may also refer to the Tongva language. ... A smoky day at the Sugar Bowl Edward Curtis, photographer The Hupa (also spelled Hoopa; Hupa: Natinixwe) are an Athabaskan tribe that inhabit northwestern California. ... The Kumeyaay, also known as the Diegueño and sometimes confused with the Luiseño, are a Native American people of the extreme southwestern United States and northwest Mexico. ... The Juaneño or Acjachemem are a Native American group from Southern California. ... Karuk (also Karok) are an indigenous people of California in the United States. ... This article needs to be wikified. ... The Kiliwa are an aboriginal people of northern Baja California, Mexico. ... Kitanemuk was a Northern Uto-Aztecan language of the Takic branch. ... This article is in need of attention from an expert on the subject. ... The Maidu are a group of Native Americans who lived in Northern California. ... The Kumeyaay, also known as the Diegueño and sometimes confused with the Luiseño, are a Native American people of the extreme southwestern United States and northwest Mexico. ... Clear Lake, California, is the homeland of the Lake Miwok. ... The Eel River Athapaskans include the Wailaki, Lassik, Nongatl, and Sinkyone groups of Native Americans that traditionallly lived on or near the Eel River of northwestern California. ... The Luiseño are a Native American people who at the time of the first contacts with the Spanish in the 16th century inhabited the coastal area of southern California, ranging 50 miles from the southern part of Los Angeles County, California to the northern part of San Diego County... The Maidu are a group of Native Americans who lived in Northern California. ... Bear River Indians are a group of Athabascan Indians living along Bear River in the present Humboldt County, California, closely connected with the Mattole, Sinkyone, and Nongatl tribes. ... Mission Indians, predominantly from present-day California (although members of the Shoshoni also joined), were groups of Native Americans who lived with the Catholic Order of Franciscan Fathers as early as 1769 when the Mission of San Diego was established. ... Miwok—also spelled Miwuk or Me-Wuk—refers to native Californians who lived in what is now Northern California. ... Miwok—also spelled Miwuk or Me-Wuk—refers to native Californians who lived in what is now Northern California. ... For other uses, see Modoc (disambiguation). ... Two Mohave men dressed in loincloths, western Arizona Judith, a young Mohave woman about eighteen years of age The Mohave are a Native American tribe, many of whom live on or near the Colorado River Indian Tribes, Chemehuevi and Fort Mojave Indian Reservations on the Colorado River in California and... The Maidu are a group of Native Americans who lived in Northern California. ... The Nomlaki (also Noamlakee, Central Wintu) are a Wintun people native to the area of the Sacramento Valley extending westward to the Coast Range in Northern California. ... The Wailaki (also Wai-lakki, Wai-lakkee, Wylaki), are a group of Native Americans of Northern California related to the Wintu. ... For the college of the same name, see Ohlone College. ... Karkin was a Costanoan language that was spoken in northern California by Costanoans. ... The Ramaytush were one of eight major divisions of the Ohlone Indians, also known as San Francisco, who lived between San Francisco Bay and the Pacific in the area which is now San Francisco and San Mateo County Categories: ‪Ethnic group stubs‬ | ‪Native American tribes‬ ... The Chochenyo (also called Chocheño, Chocenyo) are one of eight divisions of the Ohlone (Coastanoan) people of Native Americans who lived in Northern California. ... The Tamyen (also known as Tamien) are one of eight divisions of the Ohlone (Coastanoan) people groups of Native Americans who lived in Northern California. ... The Awaswas people (also known as Santa Cruz) are one of eight divisions of the Ohlone (Coastanoan) Native Americans of Northern California. ... The Chalon (also known as Soledad) are one of eight Ohlone people groups of Native Americans who lived in Northern California. ... Area where the Mutsun language was spoken The Mutsun (or San Juan Bautista) language is an extinct Costanoan language of California. ... The Rumsen (also known as the Rumsien, San Carlos or Carmel) are one of eight divisions of the Ohlone (Coastanoan) Native American people of Northern California. ... The Okwanuchu were one of a number of small Shastan speaking tribes in Northern California, who were closely related to the adjacent larger Shasta tribe. ... The Paipai (Pai pai, Paipai, Akwaala, Yakakwal) are an aboriginal people of northern Baja California, Mexico. ... “Piute” redirects here. ... The Patwin (also Patween, Southern Wintu) are a Wintun people native to the area in Northern California. ... Achomawi basket_maker in 1923 The Achomawi were Native Americans who lived in northern California. ... The Pomo people are a linguistic branch of Native American people of Northern California. ... For the college of the same name, see Ohlone College. ... The Salinan Native Americans lived in what is now Northern California, in the Salinas Valley. ... The Serrano are a Native American tribe of Southern California. ... The Shasta (or Chasta) are an indigenous people of Northern California and Southern Oregon in the United States. ... The Valley and Sierra Miwok (also called the Plains and Sierra Miwok), were the largest group of Miwok Native American people. ... The Eel River Athapaskans include the Wailaki, Lassik, Nongatl, and Sinkyone groups of Native Americans that traditionallly lived on or near the Eel River of northwestern California. ... The Suisunes (also called the Suisun and the People of the West Wind) were a tribe of Native Americans that lived in Northern Californias Suisun Marsh regions of Solano County, California between what is now Suisun, Vacaville and Putah Creek around 200 years ago. ... Wikipedia does not yet have an article with this exact name. ... The Yokuts were an ethnic group of Native Americans that lived in California. ... The Tataviam language is an extinct Uto-Aztecan language that was spoken in southern California. ... The Kumeyaay, also known as the Diegueño and sometimes confused with the Luiseño, are a Native American people of the extreme southwestern United States and northwest Mexico. ... The Tolowa language (also called Smith River) is a language of the Tolowa-Galice language group. ... Gabrieleno Native American women Tongva may also refer to the Tongva language. ... Tubatulabal (also Tübatulabal) is an endangered Uto-Aztecan language spoken by some elders in southern California. ... The Wai-lakki, (also spelled Wai-lakkee, Wylaki, Wailaki etc. ... The Wappo were a group of Native Americans who lived in the Napa and Russian River areas of Northern California. ... Washoe (Washo) The Washoe (also Washo) are a Native American people who originally lived around Lake Tahoe and adjacent areas of the Great Basin. ... The Chilula were an Athapaskan tribe who inhabited the area on or near lower Redwood Creek, California 500 to 600 years before contact with whites. ... The Wintu (also Northern Wintun) are Native Americans who lived in what is now Northern California. ... Pre-contact distribution of Wintun peoples Wintun (also Wintuan, Wintoon) is the name generally given to a group of related Native American tribes who lived in Northern California, including the Wintu, Nomlaki, Patwin and Southern Patwin tribes. ... This page deals with the Wiyot people. ... The Valley and Sierra Miwok (also called the Plains and Sierra Miwok), were the largest group of Miwok Native American people. ... The Yahi were a group of Native Americans who lived in Northern California in the Northern Sierra Nevada, on the western side of the range. ... Yelamu is the name of the tribal group of Ohlone Indians that lived in the region comprising the City and County of San Francisco before the arrival of Europeans. ... Yana The Yana people were a group of Native Americans indigenous to Northern California in the central Sierra Nevada Mountains, on the western side of the range. ... Yokutsan (also Yokuts) is a family of languages spoken in the interior of southern California in and around the San Joaquin valley. ... [[Image:YukiTribe. ... Reconstruction of a Yurok Native American plankhouse constructed of redwood boards. ...

Eastern Woodlands

Hammonasset, Mattabesec, Mattatuck, Menunkatuck, Meriden, Mioonkhtuck, Naugatuck, Nehantic, Paugusset, Podunk, Potatuck, Totoket, Tunxis, Wangunk, Wepawaug

The Eastern Woodlands was a cultural area of the indigenous peoples of North America. ... The Abenaki (also Wabanuok or Wabanaki) are a tribe of Native Americans/First Nations belonging to the Algonquian peoples of northeastern North America. ... The Accohannock are a Native American Indian Tribe of Maryland. ... The Algonquian (also Algonkian) languages are a subfamily of Native American languages that includes most of the languages in the Algic language family (others are Wiyot and Yurok of northwestern California). ... TheSaint Lawrence River (In French: fleuve Saint-Laurent) is a large west-to-east flowing river in the middle latitudes of North America, connecting the Great Lakes with the Atlantic Ocean. ... Anishinaabe or more properly Anishinaabeg or Anishinabek (which is the plural form of the word) is a self-description often used by people belonging to the indigenous Odawa, Ojibwe, and Algonkin peoples of North America, who share closely related Algonquian languages. ... Cultural regions of North American people at the time of European contact. ... This article is about the Native American tribe. ... The Nipissing First Nation consists of first nation (i. ... The Nishnawbe-Aski, also known as the Oji-Cree, Anishinini or, less correctly, Severn Ojibwe, are a First Nation in the Canadian provinces of Ontario and Manitoba, residing in a narrow band extending from the Missinaibi River region in Northeastern Ontario at the east to Lake Winnipeg at the west. ... This article is about the native North American people. ... The Mississaugas are a native people located in Southern Ontario. ... The Saulteaux are a First Nation in Ontario, Manitoba, and Saskatchewan, Canada. ... The Ottawa (also Odawa, Odaawa, Outaouais, or Trader) are a Native American and First Nations people. ... Rain dance, Kansas, c. ... Newfoundland, home of the Beothuk The Beothuk (IPA: ) were the native inhabitants of the island of Newfoundland at the time of European contact in the 15th and 16th centuries. ... Newfoundland —   IPA: [nuw fÉ™n lænd] (French: , Irish: ) is a large island off the east coast of North America, and the most populous part of the Canadian province of Newfoundland and Labrador. ... For other uses, see Cherokee (disambiguation). ... The Chicora tribe was a small Native American tribe of the Pee Dee area in northeastern South Carolina ranging to the Cape Fear River in North Carolina. ... For other uses, see Chickasaw (disambiguation). ... Insert non-formatted text hereThe Piscataway Indian Nation is a non-state, non-federally recognized Native American tribal nation, which, at one time, was one of the most populous and powerful Native polities of the Chesapeake region. ... The Erie (also Erielhonan, Eriez, Nation du Chat) were a prehistoric group of Native Americans, related to the Iroquois, who lived from western New York to northern Ohio on the south shore of Lake Erie. ... Etchemin was a language of the Algonquian language family, spoken in early colonial times on the coast of Maine. ... The Fox tribe of Native Americans are an Algonquian language-speaking group that are now merged with the allied Sac tribe as the Sac and Fox Nation. ... The Ho-Chunk or Winnebago (as they are commonly called) are a tribe of Native Americans, native to what are now Wisconsin and Illinois. ... The Ho-Chunk or Winnebago (as they are commonly called) are a tribe of Native Americans, native to what are now Wisconsin and Illinois. ... A Tall ship sailing into the mouth of the Fox River The Bay of Green Bay is an arm of Lake Michigan. ... Hopewell mounds from the Mound City Group in Ohio Hopewell culture is the term used to describe common aspects of the Native American culture that flourished along rivers in the northeastern and midwestern United States from 200 BC to 400 A.D. At its greatest extent, Hopewell culture stretched from... The Black River is a tributary of Lake Erie, about 12 mi (19 km) long, in northern Ohio in the United States. ... This article is about the First Nations people, the Wyandot, also known as the Huron. ... The Wyandot, or Wendat, is an indigenous people of North America, originally from what is now Southern Ontario, Quebec, Canada and Southeast Michigan. ... Georgian Bay (French: baie Georgienne) is a large bay of Lake Huron, located in Ontario, Canada. ... Wendake is the current name for the Huron-Wendat reserve a short distance north of Quebec City, Quebec. ... There was much conflict with a neigboring tribe of aliens!The Illiniwek (also known as the Illini, Illinois, Illinois Confederacy) were a group of six Native American tribes in the upper Mississippi River valley of North America. ... The Miami are a Native American tribe originally found in Indiana and Ohio, and now living also in Oklahoma. ... The Peoria tribe was one of the Native American tribes that formed the Illiniwek tribal group in what is now the Midwest of the United States of America. ... WEA may refer to: Warner Music Group, previously known as Warner-Elektra-Atlantic Werner Erhard and Associates, a successor organisation to Erhard Seminars Training and precursor to Landmark Education Washington Education Association White Eagle Aviation, airline based in Poland Workers Educational Association World Energy Assessment, Energy and the Challenge of... For other uses, see Iroquois (disambiguation). ... The Cayuga nation (Guyohkohnyo or the People of the Great Swamp) was one of the five original constituents of the Iroquois, a confederacy of Indians in New York. ... This article is about the people known as Mohawk. For other uses, see Mohawk. ... The Kahnawake Mohawk Territory (formerly called Caughnawaga) is an Indian reserve on the south shore of the St. ... For other uses, see Oneida. ... For other uses, see Onondaga. ... For other uses, see Seneca. ... The Tuscarora are an American Indian tribe originally in North Carolina, which moved north to New York, and then partially into Canada. ... This article is about the Native American tribe. ... Territory occupied by the St. ... For the language, see Lenape language. ... The Lenape or Lenni-Lenape (later named Delaware Indians by Europeans) were, in the 1600s, loosely organized bands of Native American people practicing small-scale agriculture to augment a largely mobile hunter-gatherer society in the region around the Delaware River, the lower Hudson River, and western Long Island Sound. ... Human taste sensory organs, called taste buds or gustatory calyculi, and concentrated on the upper surface of the tongue, appear to be receptive to relatively few chemical species as tastes. ... The Lumbee are a Native American tribe of North Carolina, though their origins are disputed. ... The Maliseet (also known as Wolastoqiyik and Malecite and in French also as Malécites or Étchemins (the latter collectively referring to the Maliseet and Passamaquoddy)) are a Native American/First Nations people who inhabit the Saint John River valley and its tributaries, roughly overlapping the International Boundary between New... The Mascouten were an American Indian tribe, originally from what is now the U.S. state of Michigan. ... The Massachusett were tribal communities of Native Americans who lived in areas surrounding Massachusetts Bay in what is now the state of Massachusetts. ... The Menominee are a nation of Native Americans living in Wisconsin. ... This article is about the Native American tribe. ... Mahicans settled the Hudson River south of the Mohawk River, moved east to Massachusetts, then to Wisconsin. ... The Mikmaq (also Míkmaq, Micmac; in Quebec, Migmaq) are a First Nations people indigenous to northeastern New England, Canadas Maritimes and the Gaspe Peninsula of Quebec. ... The Mohegan tribe is an Algonquian-speaking tribe living in eastern (upper Thames valley) Connecticut [1] that was jointly ruled by the Pequot tribe until 1637. ... The Montaukett is an Algonquian speaking tribe native to eastern of Long Island, New York. ... The Nanticoke Indian Tribe is a Native American tribe from Sussex County, Delaware comprising the Nanticoke River watershed which empties into the Chesapeake Bay. ... Tribal flag // The Narragansett tribe, or more accurately Nahahiganseck Sovereign Nation, are a Native American tribe who controlled the area surrounding Narragansett Bay in present-day Rhode Island, and also portions of Connecticut, and eastern Massachusetts. ... This group was called the Attawandaron by the Hurons, meaning people of a slightly different language. Their territory was almost entirely in southern Ontario, save for three or four villages to the east, across the Niagara River in New York State; their western border was about Lake St. ... The Niantic were a tribe of New England indians, who were living in Connecticut and Rhode Island during the early colonial period. ... Nipmuck emblem The Nipmuck are an aboriginal North American people, belonging to the family of Algonquian peoples, currently living in and around the Chaubunagungamaug Reservation of Webster, Massachusetts. ... Passamaquoddy Territory The Passamaquoddy (Peskotomuhkati or Pestomuhkati in the Passamaquoddy language) are a Native American/First Nations people who live in northeastern North America, primarily in Maine and New Brunswick. ... The Pee Dee tribe (also spelled Pedee and Peedee) are a tribe of Native Americans of the southeast United States. ... Seal of the Penobscot Indian Nation of Maine For other uses, see Penobscot (disambiguation). ... See Main articles: Mashantucket Pequot Eastern Pequot Tribal Nation. ... This article is about the Algonquian tribe. ... This article is about the Native American nation. ... The Ramapough Mountain Indians (also known as Ramapo Mountain Indians or the Ramapough Lenape Nation) are a group of approximately 5,000 [1] people living around the Ramapo Mountains of northern New Jersey and southern New York. ... The Santee Indian Organization, a remnant tribe, was officially recognized by the South Carolina Commission for Minority Affairs, January 27, 2006. ... Saponi is the name of one of the eastern Siouan tribes, related to the Tutelo, Occaneechi, Monacan and other eastern Siouan peoples, whose original homeland is in North Carolina and Virginia. ... For the abbreviation or acronym SAC, please see SAC. The Sauks or Sacs (Asakiwaki in their own language) are a group of Native Americans whose original territory may have been along the St. ... The Schaghticoke are a Native American tribe of the Eastern Woodlands consisting of Mahican/Mohican (not Mohegan), Pootatuck (Potatuck), Weantinock, Tunxis, Podunk and other Connecticut New York and Massachusetts indigenous people who amalgamated together due to white settler encroachment on their ancestral lands. ... This article is about the Native American tribe. ... The Shinnecock Indian Nation is an Algonquian tribe in Southampton (town), New York on the east end of Long Island in the Hamptons. ... Susquehannock The Susquehannock people were natives of areas adjacent to the Susquehanna River and its tributaries from the southern part of what is now New York, through Pennsylvania, to the mouth of the Susquehanna in Maryland at the north end of the Chesapeake Bay. ... The Tarrantines are an eastern Indian first nation tribe. ... The Unalachtigo, properly pronounced Wnalātchtko, comprise the southernmost of the three main divisions of the Delaware Indian tribe (originally called Lenape or Lenni-Lenape). ... The Waccamaw tribe, from which the Waccamaw River and many other local place names were given, inhabited the territory of present northeastern South Carolina and southeastern North Carolina. ... The Wampanoag (Wôpanâak in the Wampanoag language) are a Native American people. ... The Wyandot, or Wendat, is an indigenous people of North America, originally from what is now Southern Ontario, Quebec, Canada and Southeast Michigan. ... This article is about the First Nations people, the Wyandot, also known as the Huron. ... Georgian Bay (French: baie Georgienne) is a large bay of Lake Huron, located in Ontario, Canada. ... Wendake is the current name for the Huron-Wendat reserve a short distance north of Quebec City, Quebec. ...

Great Basin

Bold textThe Great Basin tribes of Native Americans occupied an area of some 400,000 mile² (1,000,000 km²), between the Rocky Mountains and the Sierra Nevada, in what is now Nevada, and parts of Oregon, California, Idaho, Wyoming, and Utah. ... The Bannock or Banate are a Native American people who traditionally lived in the northern Great Basin in what is now southeastern Oregon and Southern Idaho. ... The Chemehuevi (chem-a-wa-ve) are a Native American tribe who live with the Mohave in and near the Colorado River Reservation in Arizona. ... The Goshutes are a Native American tribe that once numbered 20,000. ... Kawaiisu Family The Kawaiisu lived in the Tehachapi Valley and in the mountains to the north, toward Lake Isabella and Walker Pass. ... The Mono are a Native American people who traditionally lived in the southern Sierra Nevada mountains (generally south of Bridgeport, California) and adjacent areas of the Great Basin. ... Paiute (sometimes written as Piute) refers to two related groups -- Northern Paiute and Southern Paiute--of Native North Americans speaking languages belonging to the Numic branch of the Uto-Aztecan family of Native American languages. ... Paiute (sometimes written as Piute) refers to two related groups -- Northern Paiute and Southern Paiute --of Native Americans speaking languages belonging to the Numic branch of the Uto-Aztecan family of Native American languages. ... Kaibab can mean: Kaibab, Arizona Kaibab Band of Paiute Indians of the Kaibab Indian Reservation Kaibab National Forest Kaibab Limestone Kaibab Plateau Kaibab Squirrel South Kaibab Trail This is a disambiguation page: a list of articles associated with the same title. ... This article is about the Native American tribe. ... Shoshone is a Native American language. ... dh;ofehoooooooooovi;ovhid;hvsaoooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooehhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhw;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;iah;oooooooooo fio;a This page meets Wikipedias criteria for speedy deletion. ... The Utes (; yoots) are an ethnically related group of American Indians now living primarily in Utah and Colorado. ... Washoe (Washo) The Washoe (Washo) are a Native American people who originally lived around Lake Tahoe and adjacent areas of the Great Basin. ...

Plateau

For other uses, see Cayuse (disambiguation). ... Mount Adams in Washington state The Cascade Range is a mountainous region famous for its chain of tall volcanos called the High Cascades that run north-south along the west coast of North America from British Columbia to the Shasta Cascade area of northern California. ... For other uses, see Hood River (disambiguation) The Hood River is a tributary of the Columbia River in Northwestern Oregon in the United States. ... Wasco is the name of two places in the United States: Wasco in California, Wasco in Oregon. ... Wishram may refer to: Wasco-Wishram, a dialect of the Chinookan language, spoken by the Wasco and Wishram people Wishram, Washington, a census-designated place in the U.S. state of Washington Wishram (people), a tribe of Native Americans from the U.S. state of Washington Category: ... Cathlamet is a town in Wahkiakum County, Washington, United States. ... Multnomah may refer to: The Multnomah (tribe), a Chinookan people who lived in the area of present day Portland, Oregon The Middle Chinookan language dialect of the Multnomah people. ... The Sellar Bridge spans the Columbia connecting Wenatchee and East Wenatchee. ... Chelan is a city located in Chelan County, Washington. ... The Coeur dAlene are a First Nations/Native American people who lived in villages along the Coeur dAlene, St. ... The Colville Indian Reservation is an Indian reservation in eastern Washington State, inhabited and managed by Confederated Tribes of the Colville Reservation, which is recognized by the United States of America as an American Indian Tribe. ... An American Flat bow, similar to the longbow but based on native American bows A flatbow is a bow with non-recurved, flat, relatively wide limbs that are rectangular in cross-section. ... Bold text Flathead delegation in Washington, D.C. with interpreter, 1884 Flathead family The Confederated Salish and Kootenai Tribes of the Flathead Reservation are the Bitterroot Salish, Kootenai and Pend dOreilles Tribes. ... There have been several well-known people called John Day: John Day (Old Testament scholar), D.D., Professor of Old Testament Studies in the University of Oxford, Fellow, Tutor in Theology, and Dean of Degrees, Lady Margaret Hall John Day (fl. ... Kittitas may refer to: Kittitas County, Washington Kittitas, Washington This is a disambiguation page — a navigational aid which lists other pages that might otherwise share the same title. ... This article is in need of attention from an expert on the subject. ... The Klickitat (also spelled Klikitat) are a Native American tribe of the Pacific Northwest. ... The Kootenai (also spelled Kutenai) or Ktunaxa (pronounced in English as ) are an indigenous people of North America. ... For other uses, see Modoc (disambiguation). ... The Molala (also Molale, Molalla, Molele) were a people of the Plateau culture area in central Oregon. ... The Nez Perce (pronounced ) are a tribe of Native Americans who live in the Pacific Northwest region (Columbia River Plateau) of the United States. ... The Nicola people are a historic First Nations political and cultural area in the Southern Interior of the Canadian province of British Columbia. ... The Nlakapamux (commonly called the Thompson, and also Thompson River Salish, Thompson Salish, Thompson River Indians or Thompson River people) are an indigenous First Nations/Native American people of Salish ethnicity in southern British Columbia and northern Washington. ... Okanagan family, c1918 The Okanagan people, also spelled Okanogan, are a First Nations and Native American people whose traditional territory spans the U.S.-Canada boundary in Washington state and British Columbia. ... The Palus tribe is one of twelve aboriginal tribes enrolled in the Confederated Tribes of the Colville Reservation. ... Tribal flag Tule Hut Kalispel Mission Group The Pend dOreilles, also known as the Kalispel, are a tribe of Native Americans who lived centered around Lake Pend Oreille, as well as the Pend Oreille River, although some of them live spread through Montana and eastern Washington. ... The Sahaptin people are a Native American people that inhabited territory along the Columbia River. ... For other references, see Sanpoil (disambiguation). ... This page meets Wikipedias criteria for speedy deletion. ... Three Sinixt and dog in sturgeon-nosed canoe, West Kootenays, British Columbia The Sinixt (also known as the Arrow Lakes Band or simply as The Lakes) are a First Nations People who today primarily live on the Colville Reserve in Washington State. ... Spokane flag The Spokane (or Spokan) are a Native American people in the northeastern portion of the U.S. state of Washington. ... Státimc (also Lillooet, Stlatlimx, Sƛ’aƛ’imxǝc, Státimc). ... Tenino is a city in Thurston County, Washington, United States. ... The Tsilhqot’in (also Chilcotin, Tsilqotin, Tŝinlhqot’in, Chilkhodin, Tsilkótin, Tsilkotin) are a Northern Athabaskan First Nations people that live in British Columbia, Canada. ... Tygh Valley is a census-designated place (CDP) in Wasco County, Oregon, United States. ... Categories: Native American tribes | Stub ... Walla Walla is a Native American group that lives on the Confederated Tribes of the Umatilla Indian Reservation. ... Wasco is the name of two places in the United States: Wasco in California, Wasco in Oregon. ... The Confederated Tribes and Bands of the Yakama Nation, or simply Yakama Nation (formerly Yakima), is a Native American group with nearly 9,000 enrolled members, living in Washington state. ...

Northwest Coast

The Alsea were a Native American tribe of Western Oregon. ... Pacific Coast Athabaskan is a geographic (and possibly genetic) grouping of the Athabaskan language family. ... Bella Bella, British Columbia Heiltsuk, also known as Bella Bella, is the name of a Native American group and also their (North Wakashan) language. ... Bella Coola may refer to several things, all closely related to a geographic area within British Columbias Central Coast. ... Hoxie Simmons, a Rogue River Indian, c. ... Chehalis is a term from the language of the Native American tribe of the same name meaning sand. ... Chemakum (English pronunciation: [ˈʧɛməkəm]) (also written as Chimakum or Chimacum) were a Native American group that once lived on western Washington states Olympic Peninsula. ... Hoxie Simmons, a Rogue River Indian, c. ... Chinook has several meanings: The Chinookan nation of Native Americans, and their language. ... Wasco is the name of two places in the United States: Wasco in California, Wasco in Oregon. ... The Clatsop (in the original language, La t cap, meaning placed of dried salmon) (Lāk!Ä“lak, dried Salmon, F. Boas) are a small tribe of Chinookan-speaking Native Americans in the Pacific Northwest of the United States. ... Clatskanie (IPA: ) is a city in Columbia County, Oregon, United States. ... The Comox are a group of Salishan speaking people in British Columbia. ... Coos refers to several things; did you mean: Coos County, Oregon Coos County, New Hampshire Coos River Coos Native American tribe This is a disambiguation page — a navigational aid which lists other pages that might otherwise share the same title. ... The Coosan (also Coos or Kusan) language family consists of two languages spoken along the southern Oregon coast: Hanis Miluk (a. ... The Coosan (also Coos or Kusan) language family consists of two languages spoken along the southern Oregon coast: Hanis Miluk (a. ... Wikipedia does not have an article with this exact name. ... Duwamish Native American tribe Duwamish River This is a disambiguation page — a navigational aid which lists other pages that might otherwise share the same title. ... Eyak is a Na-Dené language that was historically spoken in southern Alaska, near the mouth of the Copper River. ... Pacific Coast Athabaskan is a geographic (and possibly genetic) grouping of the Athabaskan language family. ... This article is about the people. ... Skidegate [skɪd É˜ ËŒgɘt] is a town in the Queen Charlotte Islands in British Columbia. ... Masset () is a village in the Queen Charlotte Islands (Haida Gwaii) in British Columbia, Canada. ... The Haisla (also Xa’islak’ala, X̄a’islak̕ala, X̌àʔislak̕ala, X̄a’islak’ala, X̣aʔislak’ala, Xaislakala) are a First Nation people living at Kitamaat in British Columbia. ... Heiltsuk (pronounced HAIL-tsuk)(also Bella Bella) is a dialect (or a sublanguage) of the North Wakashan (Kwakiutlan) language Heiltsuk-Oowekyala that is spoken by a few Haihai and Bella Bella Native Americans around Bella Bella and Klemtu, British Columbia. ... Hoh is a Native American tribe in western Washington state in the United States. ... The Kalapuya (also Kalapuyan, Kalapooian, Calapooya, Calapooia) are a Native American ethnic group that once inhabited the area of present-day western Oregon in the United States and are now part of the Confederated Tribes of the Grand Ronde Community of Oregon. ... The Kalapuya (also Kalapuyan, Kalapooian, Calapooya, Calapooia) are a Native American ethnic group that once inhabited the area of present-day western Oregon in the United States and are now part of the Confederated Tribes of the Grand Ronde Community of Oregon. ... Atfalati (Atfalati). ... Marys River is a tributary of the Willamette River in western Oregon near Corvallis. ... Yoncalla is a city located in Douglas County, Oregon. ... The District of Kitimat is a small town in northwestern British Columbia. ... This is a disambiguation page — a navigational aid which lists other pages that might otherwise share the same title. ... SKlallam is a Native American tribe in western Washington state in the United States. ... The Klickitat (also spelled Klikitat) are a Native American tribe of the Pacific Northwest. ... bye Until the 1980s the term Kwakiutl was usually applied to all of the various First Nations peoples of northern Vancouver Island, Queen Charlotte Strait and the Johnstone Strait whose traditional Wakashan language was Kwakwala and also a group of peoples erroneously called for many years the Northern Kwakiutl... The front entrance to the Richmond Campus of Kwantlen University College Kwantlen University College (sometimes abbreviated as KUC or simply Kwantlen) is a higher-education institution in British Columbia. ... The Lummi Nation is a Native American tribe in western Washington state in the United States. ... Lushootseed (also xwÉ™lÅ¡ucid, dxwləšúcid, Puget Salish, Puget Sound Salish, Skagit-Nisqually) is the language or dialect continuum of several Salish Native American groups of modern-day Washington state. ... For the Arabian city sometimes called Makkah, see Mecca. ... Muckleshoot is a Native American tribe descended from the Coast Salish people of the Pacific Northwest. ... (pronounced MUSS-quee-um) also spelled as XmuzkIum pronounced the same. ... Nanaimo (2004 pop. ... Nooksack has several meanings; did you mean: Nooksack Native American group Nooksack River Nooksack City This is a disambiguation page — a navigational aid which lists other pages that might otherwise share the same title. ... Nisqually can mean either: Nisqually River, or Nisqually (tribe) Native American tribe This is a disambiguation page — a navigational aid which lists other pages that might otherwise share the same title. ... The Nuu-chah-nulth (pronounced New-cha-nulth) (also formerly referred to as the Nootka, Nutka, Aht, West Coast, T’aat’aaqsapa, Nuuchahnulth) people are indigenous peoples of Canada. ... Oowekyala (also Rivers Inlet, Oweekeno, Wikeno, Owikeno, Oowekeeno, Oweekano, Awikenox, Oowekyala, Oweekala) is a dialect (or a sublanguage) of Heiltsuk-Oowekyala, a North Wakashan (Kwakiutlan) language spoken around Rivers Inlet in British Columbia. ... The Pentlatch or Puntlatch language is an extinct Salishan language that was spoken in western Canada. ... The Puyallup are a Native American tribe from western Washington state, U.S.A. They settled onto reservation lands in what is today Tacoma, Washington, in late 1854, after signing the Treaty of Medicine Creek. ... Quileute is a group of Native American peoples from western Washington state in the United States. ... Quinault is the name of a group of Native American peoples in the Pacific Northwest. ... Rogue River is the name of an Native American group originally located in southern Oregon in the United States. ... The Saanich are a Native American/First Nations group from the north coast of the Olympic Peninsula in Washington and the southereasternmost part of Vancouver Island in British Columbia. ... The Samish are a Native American tribe. ... Sauk-Suiattle, or Sah-Ku-Me-Hu, is a Native American tribe in western Washington state in the United States. ... The Shishalh (Sechelt) people, at the time of the first European contact had a population near 26,000. ... Shoalwater Bay Tribe is a Native American tribe in western Washington state in the United States. ... The Siletz were a tribe of Salishan-speaking Native Americans who inhabited an area along the central coast of Oregon near the Siletz River up until middle of the 19th century. ... Siuslaw can refer to many things; did you mean: Siuslaw River Siuslaw Native American tribe This is a disambiguation page — a navigational aid which lists other pages that might otherwise share the same title. ... The Skagit (pronounced skajit) are a Native American people living in the state of Washington. ... Skokomish is a Native American tribe in western Washington state in the United States. ... Snohomish is the name of a tribe of Native Americans whom reside around the Puget Sound area of Washington, north of Seattle. ... The Snoqualmie are a group of Coast Salish Native American peoples from the Snoqualmie Valley in east King and Snohomish Counties in Washington state. ... The Songhees are an indigenous North American Coast Salish people who reside on southeastern Vancouver Island, British Columbia in the Greater Victoria area. ... Sooke is an incorporated community situated on the southern tip of Vancouver Island, Canada. ... Squaxin Island Tribe (also Squaxin, Squaxon) is a Native American tribe in western Washington state in the United States. ... The Spokane are First Nation/Native American people in northeastern Washington State. ... Stillaguamish are a Native American tribe located in northwest Washington state in the United States near the city of Arlington near the river that bears their name, the Stillaguamish River. ... A squamish is a strong and often violent wind occurring in many of the fjord of British Columbia, akin to the Williwaw of the Alaska Panhandle. ... Suquamish woman photographed by Edward S. Curtis in 1913. ... Swinomish can refer to: Swinomish River Swinomish (tribe) Native American tribe This is a disambiguation page — a navigational aid which lists other pages that might otherwise share the same title. ... Tait may refer to the following: a Scottish surname that most likely originated in Berwickshire, Scotland. ... The Takelma (also Dagelma) were a Native American people that lived in the Rogue Valley of interior southwest Oregon, with most of their villages sited along the Rogue River. ... Nehalem can refer to several things: The Nehalem are a tribe of native Americans peoples who lived in the Pacific Northwest. ... A Tlingit totem pole in Ketchikan ca. ... The Tsimshian, usually pronounced in English as // (SIM-shee-an), translated as People Inside the Skeena River, are Indigenous, or Native American and First Nation people who live around Terrace and Prince Rupert, on the north coast of British Columbia and the southernmost corner of Alaska on Annette Island. ... Tulalip is a group of Native American peoples from western Washington state in the United States. ... Skokomish is a Native American tribe in western Washington state in the United States. ... Umpqua refers to two distinct groups of Native Americans that live in south central Oregon in the United States. ... Umpqua refers to two distinct groups of Native Americans that live in south central Oregon in the United States. ... Yaquina originally denoted a tribe of Native Americans, now nearly extinct [citation needed], along with their language (an Alsean language that is also extinct, which is also known as Yakwina or Yakona). ...

Plains

Main article: Plain Indians
  • Iowa (Ioway) Kansas, Nebraska, Oklahoma
  • Kaw (Kansa, Kanza) Oklahoma
  • Kiowa Oklahoma
  • Kitsai (Kichai) Oklahoma
  • Mandan North Dakota
  • Missouri (Missouria) Oklahoma
  • Omaha Nebraska
  • Osage Oklahoma
  • Otoe (Oto) Oklahoma
  • Pawnee (dialects: South Band, Skiri) Oklahoma
  • Ponca Nebraska, Oklahoma
  • Quapaw Oklahoma
  • Sioux
    • Dakota Minnesota, Montana, Nebraska, North Dakota, South Dakota, Manitoba, Saskatchewan
    • Lakota (Teton) Montana, North Dakota, South Dakota, Saskatchewan
    • Stoney Alberta
    • Assiniboine (Assiniboin) Montana, Saskatchewan (Fort Peck Indian Reservation is home to Assiniboine and Sioux)
  • Tonkawa Oklahoma
  • Tsuu T’ina (Sarcee, Sarsi, Tsuut’ina) Alberta
  • Wichita (Affiliated Tribes − Wichita, Waco, Tawakoni, Keechi) Oklahoma

Original range of the Plains Indians The Plains Indians are the Indians who lived on the plains and rolling hills of the Great Plains of North America. ... Anishinaabe or more properly Anishinaabeg or Anishinabek (which is the plural form of the word) is a self-description often used by people belonging to the indigenous Odawa, Ojibwe, and Algonkin peoples of North America, who share closely related Algonquian languages. ... Cultural regions of North American people at the time of European contact. ... This article is about the native North American people. ... The Saulteaux are a First Nation in Ontario, Manitoba, and Saskatchewan, Canada. ... The Chippewa Cree Tribe is a mixed group of Native Americans in Montana, among the last to come into the state. ... Jicarilla Apache refers to an Apache people currently living in New Mexico and to the Southern Athabaskan language they speak. ... Lipan Apache are also known as Nde buffalo hunters, called by anthropologists and historians for many years as Eastern Apache, Apache de los Llanos, Lipan, Ipande, and other names. ... Gorgonia, Mescalero Medicine Man This article is about the Native American tribe; for other uses of the word see Mescalero (disambiguation). ... Essa-queta, Plains Apache chief The Plains Apache (also Kiowa-Apache, Naʼisha, Naisha) are a Southern Athabaskan group that lived primarily on the plains of North America along the Kiowa. ... Scabby Bull, Arapaho 1806 Arapaho camp, ca. ... For the language, see Arapaho language. ... It has been suggested that Arikara language be merged into this article or section. ... A Gros Ventre named Assiniboin Boy. ... For other uses, see Blackfoot (disambiguation). ... The Kainai Nation (or Kainah, Kainaiwa) is an Native American tribe in southern Alberta, Canada. ... The Northern Peigans are a Native American tribe, part of the Blackfoot (Nitsitapii) nation. ... Sahpo Muxika, also known as Crowfoot, former Head Chief of the Blackfeet Nation. ... The Siksika Nation is a First Nation in southern Alberta, Canada. ... For other uses, see Cheyenne (disambiguation). ... For other uses, see Comanche (disambiguation). ... Crow indians (Karl Bodmer) The Crow, also called the Absaroka or Apsáalooke, are a tribe of Native Americans who historically lived in the Yellowstone river valley and now live on a reservation south of Billings, Montana, USA. The tribal headquarters are located at Crow Agency, Montana. ... The Hasinai were a confederation of Caddo-speaking Native Americans. ... Pehriska-Ruhpa of the Dog Band of the Hidatsa. ... The Iowa (also spelled Ioway) are a Native American people. ... The Kaw (or Kanza ) are an American Indian people of the central Midwestern United States. ... The Kiowa are a nation of Native Americans who lived mostly in the plains of west Texas, Oklahoma and eastern New Mexico at the time of the arrival of Europeans. ... The Mandan are a Native American tribe that historically lived along the banks of the Missouri River and its tributaries, the Heart and Knife Rivers in present-day North and South Dakota. ... The Missouri were an aboriginal tribe that inhabited parts of the midwestern United States before the American settlers arrived. ... The Omaha tribe is a Native American tribe that currently reside in northeastern Nebraska and western Iowa, United States. ... The Osage Nation is a Native American tribe in the United States, which is mainly based in Osage County, Oklahoma, but can still be found throughout America. ... The Otoe or Oto are a Native American people. ... The Pawnee (also Paneassa, Pari, Pariki) are a Native American tribe that historically lived along the Platte, Loup and Republican Rivers in present-day Nebraska. ... The Ponca are a Native American tribe originally living around the mouth of the [[Niobrara River],] Nebraska, but was later removed to the Indian Territory. ... The Quapaw people are a tribe of Native Americans who historically resided on the west side of the Mississippi River in what is now the state of Arkansas. ... The Sioux (IPA ) are a Native American and First Nations people. ... Eddie Plenty Holes, a Sioux Indian photographed about 1899. ... The Nakoda (also known as Stoney) are a First Nation group, indigenous to both Canada and the United States. ... Assiniboine Family, Montana, 1890-1891. ... The Fort Peck Indian Reservation lies in northeastern Montana, USA. It is the homeland of the Assiniboine tribe of Native Americans. ... Seal of the Tonkawa Tribe of Oklahoma Tonkawa The Tonkawa are a people native to central Texas, speaking the Tonkawa language. ... The Tsuu Tina Nation is a First Nation in Canada. ... Tribal flag Wichita camp, 1904 For other uses, see Wichita (disambiguation). ...

Southeast

  • Adaes - see Adai
  • Adahi - see Adai
  • Adai (Adaizan, Adaizi, Adaise, Adahi, Adaes, Adees, Atayos) Louisiana
  • Adaise - see Adai
  • Adaizan - see Adai
  • Adaizi - see Adai
  • Adees - see Adai
  • Ais Florida
  • Akokisa Texas southeast coast
  • Alabama Alabama
  • Alafay (Alafia, Pojoy, Pohoy, Costas Alafeyes, Alafaya Costas) Florida
  • Amacano Florida
  • Apalachee Florida
  • Apalachicola Georgia, Florida
  • Atakapa (Attacapa) Louisiana west coast
  • Atayos - see Adai
  • Attacapa - see Atakapa
  • Avoyel ("little Natchez") northern Texas
  • Backhooks Nation (=Pahoc ?) South Carolina
  • Bayogoula southeastern Louisiana
  • Bidai eastern Texas
  • Biloxi Mississippi
  • Boca Ratones Florida
  • Caddo Arkansas, Louisiana, Oklahoma, Texas
  • Calusa Florida
  • Cape Fear Indians North Carolina southern coast
  • Catawba South Carolina
  • Chacato (Chatot, Chactoo) West Florida
  • Chawasha
  • Cheraw (Chara, Charàh) North Carolina
  • Cherokee North Carolina, Eastern Tennessee; later Oklahoma
  • Chiaha
  • Chickahominy Virginia
  • Chickamauga A Branch of Cherokee in Southeastern Tennessee, Northeastern Georgia
  • Chickanee (Chiquini) North Carolina
  • Chickasaw Mississippi, South Carolina, North Carolina, later Oklahoma
  • Chine Florida
  • Chisca (Cisca) Florida
  • Chitimacha Louisiana
  • Choctaw Mississippi, Alabama, and parts of Louisiana; later Oklahoma
  • Creek Alabama; Oklahoma, Georgia
  • Congaree (Canggaree) South Carolina
  • Coree North Carolina
  • Coushatta Louisiana
  • Coharie North Carolina
  • Cusabo coastal South Carolina
  • Eno (Eenó) North Carolina
  • Eyeish (Hais, Aliche, Aiche) eastern Texas
  • Garza Texas, northern Mexico
  • Grigra
  • Guacata (Santalûces) Florida
  • Guacozo Florida
  • Guazoco Florida
  • Guale (Iguaja, Ybaja) coastal Georgia & Florida
  • Hitchiti Georgia, Alabama, Florida
  • Hooks Nation (=Huaq ?) South Carolina
  • Houma Louisiana
  • Iswa
  • Jaega Florida
  • Jobe (Hobe) Florida, part of Jaega
  • Jororo Florida
  • Keyauwee North Carolina
  • Koasati
  • Koroa
  • Luca (tribe) Florida
  • Lumbee North Carolina
  • Manahoac Viriginia
  • Mattaponi Virginia
  • Matecumbe (Matacumbêses, Matacumbe, Matacombe) Florida coast
  • Mayaca (tribe) Florida
  • Mayaimi Florida
  • Mayajuaca Florida
  • Meherrin North Carolina
  • Mikasuki (Miccosukee) Florida
  • Mobila (Mobile) Alabama
  • Mocoso Florida
  • Monacan Virginia
  • Monyton (Moneton, Monekot, Moheton) (Siouan) West Virginia, Viriginia
  • Mougoulacha southeastern Louisiana
  • Movila western Florida
  • Nahyssan Viriginia
  • Naniaba Alabama
  • Nansemond Virginia
  • Natchez Mississippi, Louisiana
  • Neusiok (Newasiwac, Neuse River Indians) North Carolina
  • Nottaway
  • Occaneechi (Siouan) Virginia
  • Oconee Georgia, Florida
  • Ofo
  • Okchai (Ogchay)
  • Okelousa Louisiana
  • Opelousa Louisiana
  • Osochee (Oswichee, Usachi, Oosécha)
  • Pacara Florida
  • Pakana (Pacâni, Pagna, Pasquenan, Pak-ká-na, Pacanas)
  • Pamlico (Carolina)
  • Pamunkey Virginia
  • Pascagoula Mississippi coast
  • Patiri southeastern Texas
  • Pee Dee South Carolina, North Carolina
  • Pensacola Florida panhandle
  • Quinipissa southeastern Louisiana
  • Rappahannock Tribe Virginia
  • Saluda (Saludee, Saruti) South Carolina
  • Santee (Seretee, Sarati, Sati, Sattees) South Carolina (≠Santee Sioux)
  • Santa Luces Florida
  • Saponi
  • Saura North Carolina
  • Sawokli (Sawakola, Sabacola, Sabacôla, Savacola) Florida
  • Saxapahaw (Sissipahua, Shacioes) North Carolina
  • Seminole Florida, Oklahoma
  • Sewee (Suye, Joye, Xoye, Soya) South Carolina coast
  • Shoccoree (Schockoorees ?) North Carolina (also Viriginia?)
  • Stegara
  • Stuckanox
  • Sugeree (Sagarees, Sugaws, Sugar, Succa) South Carolina
  • Surruque Florida
  • Suteree (Sitteree, Sutarees, Sataree) North Carolina
  • Taensa
  • Tawasa Virginia
  • Tequesta Florida
  • Terocodame
    • Codam
    • Hieroquodame
    • Oodame
    • Perocodame
    • Teroodame
  • Timucua Florida, Georgia
    • Acuera Florida
    • Agua Fresca Florida
    • Arapaha Florida
    • Itafi (or Icafui) Florida
    • Mocama Florida, Georgia
    • Northern Utina Florida,
    • Ocale Florida
    • Oconi Florida, Georgia
    • Potano Florida
    • Tucururu Florida
    • Yufera Georgia
    • Yustaga Florida
  • Tiou
  • Tocaste Florida
  • Tocobaga Florida
  • Tohomé Alabama
  • Tomahitan eastern Tennessee
  • Topachula Florida
  • Tukabahchee (Tuk-ke-bat-che)
  • Tuscarora North Carolina, Virginia (later Niagara Falls, NY)
  • Tuskegee
  • Tutelo
  • Tunica Mississippi
  • Utiza Florida
  • Vicela Florida
  • Viscaynos Florida
  • Waccamaw South Carolina
  • Wateree (Guatari, Watterees) North Carolina
  • Waxhaw (Waxsaws, Wisack, Wisacky, Weesock, Flathead) South Carolina
  • Westo Virginia, South Carolina
  • Wetumpka (Wee-tam-ka)
  • Winyaw South Carolina
  • Woccon
  • Yamasee Florida, Georgia, South Carolina
  • Yazoo
  • Yuchi

A sacred religious symbol to the Southeastern tribes was the solar cross which was a symbol of both the sun and fire. ... Adai (also Adaizan, Adaizi, Adaise, Adahi, Adaes, Adees, Atayos) is the name of a people and language that was spoken in eastern Louisiana. ... The Ais, or Ays were a tribe of Native Americans that inhabited the Atlantic Coast of Florida. ... Location of the San Jacinto river The Akokisa were a people that lived on Galveston Bay and the lower Trinity and San Jacinto rivers in Texas. ... Alabama-Coushatta Reservation welcome sign The Alabama or Alibamu (Albaamaha in the Alabama language) are a Southeastern culture people of Native Americans. ... Approximate area of the Apalachee culture region. ... The Apalachicola (also called Pallachacola[1]) were a group of Native Americans related to the Creek. ... Pre-contact distribution of Atakapa The Atakapa (pronounced uh-TAK-uh-paw, also spelled Attakapa, Attakapas, Attacapa, formally known as the Ishaks, pronounced ee-SHAKS, translated as The People [1] ) were a Southeastern culture of Native American tribes and with a common language that lived along the Gulf of Mexico. ... Avoyel or Avoyelles was a small Natchesan tribe in the neighborhood of the present Marksville, Louisiana. ... The Tunica-Biloxi is tribe living in Mississippi and east central Louisiana. ... The Caddo are a nation, or group of tribes, of Southeastern Native Americans who, in the 16th century, inhabited much of what is now East Texas, Western Louisiana and portions of southern Arkansas and Oklahoma. ... The Calusa, sometimes spelled Caloosa or Calosa, were a Native American group that lived on the coast and along the inner waterways of Floridas southwest coast. ... The Cape Fear Indians is an extinct (in early 19th century) tribe on Cape Fear River, now Carolina Beach State Park, North Carolina. ... Pre-contact distribution of the Catawba The Catawba (also known as Issa or Esaw) are a tribe of Native Americans, once considered one of the most powerful eastern Siouan tribes, that traditionally lived in the Southeast United States, along the border between North and South Carolina. ... The Cheraw (variously called Charaw, Charraw, Sara, Saraw, Saura, Suali, Sualy, Xualla, or Xuala), were a tribe of Siouan-speaking Amerindians first encountered by Hernando De Soto in 1540 and subsequently disappeared after 1768. ... For other uses, see Cherokee (disambiguation). ... The Chickahominy are a tribe of Native Americans who primarily live in Charles City and New Kent counties in the Greater Richmond-Petersburg area in the U.S. state of Virginia. ... Chickamauga, or Chickamauga-Cherokee, was a term used by colonial and early Americans to differentiate between the pro-British Cherokee led by Dragging Canoe, and those abiding by the peace treaties signed in 1777 at DeWitts Corner with Georgia and South Carolina and at Fort Henry with Virginia and... For other uses, see Chickasaw (disambiguation). ... Chitimacha The Chitimacha (also Chitimachan, Chetimacha) are a Native American group that lives in the U.S. state of Louisiana, mainly in St. ... For other uses, see Choctaw (disambiguation). ... The Creeks are an American Indian people originally from the southeastern United States, also known by their original name Muscogee (or Muskogee), the name they use to identify themselves today. ... The Congaree were a group of Native Americans who lived along the Congaree River in what is now central South Carolina. ... The Coree were a Native American tribe, now disappeared, who once occupied a coastal area of eastern North Carolina. ... The Coushatta (also Koasati) are a Native American people living primarily in the U.S. state of Louisiana. ... The Coharie are a Native American Tribe who descend from the Neusiok Indians on the Little Coharie River, in Sampson and Harnett County, North Carolina. ... The Cusabo (also Corsaboy) were a group of Native Americans who lived along the coast of the Atlantic Ocean in what is now South Carolina, approximately between present-day Charleston and the Savannah River. ... Eno can stand for: The English National Opera (ENO) Eno, a municipality of Finland Brian Eno William Phelps Eno A Chinese Chan/Zen monk: see Huineng Eno, a Japanese era name the Eno River, in North Carolina Eno, an over the counter gastrointestinal medication produced by GlaxoSmithKline This is a... Garza is a Basque surname and the Spanish language equivalent of heron. ... Guale was a Native American chiefdom that became part of Spanish Floridas missionary system in the late 16th century. ... Wikipedia does not have an article with this exact name. ... Houma flag The Houma Tribe of Indians, or more properly, The United Houma Nation are native to the area around the mouth of the Mississippi River. ... Approximate territory of the Jaega tribe in the late 17th Century The Jaegas (also Xega, Geigas) were a tribe of Native Americans living along the coast of present-day Martin County and Palm Beach County, Florida at the time of initial European contact, and until sometime in the 18th Century. ... Approximate territory of the Jaega tribe in the late 17th Century The Jaegas (also Xega, Geigas) were a tribe of Native Americans living along the coast of present-day Martin County and Palm Beach County, Florida at the time of initial European contact, and until sometime in the 18th Century. ... Mayaca was the name used by the Spanish to refer to an Indian tribe in central Florida, to the principal village of that tribe and to the chief of that village in the 1560s. ... The Coushatta (also Koasati) are a Native American people living primarily in the U.S. state of Louisiana. ... The Karoa were one of the groups of indigenous people who lived in Mississippi prior to the European settlement of the region. ... The Lumbee are a Native American tribe of North Carolina, though their origins are disputed. ... The Manahoac were a small group of native Americans. ... William Bradby dressed in Mattaponi regalia. ... Mayaca was the name used by the Spanish to refer to an Indian tribe in central Florida, to the principal village of that tribe and to the chief of that village in the 1560s. ... Approximate territory of the Mayaimi tribe The Mayaimis were a tribe of Native Americans who lived around Lake Okeechobee in Florida from the beginning of the Common Era until the 17th or 18th Century. ... The Meherrin Tribe is one of eight state-recognized tribes of Native Americans in North Carolina and received formal state recognition in 1986. ... Miccosukee has three uses, described below. ... The Monacan are an Indian tribe in Virginia, located in Amherst County, Virginia near Lynchburg, Virginia. ... Siouan is a family of related Native American languages in North America. ... Movila can refer to: MovileÅŸti, a Moldavian boyar family Movila, a commune in IalomiÅ£a County, Romania Category: ... A Nansemond family from Norfolk County, VA at the beginning of the 20th century. ... Pre-contact distribution of Natchez peoples Although suffering a turbulent history since European contact, the Natchez Nation still represents a vital part of the United States Native American community. ... The Coree were a Native American tribe, now disappeared, who once occupied a coastal area of eastern North Carolina. ... The Occaneechi are Native Americans related to the Saponi, Tutelo, Monacan, and other eastern Siouan peoples living in the Piedmont region of present-day North Carolina and Virginia. ... Siouan is a family of related Native American languages in North America. ... Oconee is the name of several places in the United States: Oconee County, Georgia Oconee, Georgia Oconee, Illinois Oconee County, South Carolina Oconee Township, Illinois Oconee Township, Nebraska Oconee may also refer to: the Oconee Nuclear Generating Station in South Carolina. ... The Pamlico were a Native American people of North Carolina, U.S.A.. They spoke Algonquian. ... There are several geographical locations named Carolina: Carolina, North America = Between 1663 and 1729 Carolina was the united and singular North American British colony of the Province of Carolina. ... The Pamunkey Native American tribe has been in existence since pre-Columbian times. ... Pascagoula is a city located in Jackson County, Mississippi. ... The Pee Dee tribe (also spelled Pedee and Peedee) are a tribe of Native Americans of the southeast United States. ... The Quinipissa were an indigenous group living on the lower Mississippi River as reported by René-Robert Cavelier, Sieur de La Salle in 1682. ... The Rappahannock are a tribe of Native Americans. ... Saluda may refer to: Saluda, North Carolina Saluda, South Carolina Saluda County, South Carolina Saluda, Virginia This is a disambiguation page — a navigational aid which lists other pages that might otherwise share the same title. ... Santee can refer to: Several towns in the United States Santee, California Santee, Nebraska Santee, South Carolina Two different ships The USS Santee (1855) The USS Santee (CVE-29) The Santee River This is a disambiguation page — a navigational aid which lists other pages that might otherwise share the... A Sioux in traditional dress including war bonnet, circa 1908. ... Saponi is the name of one of the eastern Siouan tribes, related to the Tutelo, Occaneechi, Monacan and other eastern Siouan peoples, whose original homeland is in North Carolina and Virginia. ... The Saura Indians lived in a village near what is now called Sauratown Mountain in the piedmont area of North Carolina just east of Pilot Mountain and North of the Yadkin River. ... Saxapahaw is a census-designated place (CDP) in Alamance County, North Carolina, United States. ... The Seminole are a Native American Indian people of Florida. ... Mayaca was the name used by the Spanish to refer to an Indian tribe in central Florida, to the principal village of that tribe and to the chief of that village in the 1560s. ... The Taensa were a Muskogean native American tribe, who lived in present day Tensas Perish in Louisiana, as reported by Nicolas de la Salle in 1682. ... Approximate territory of the Tequesta in the 16th Century The Tequesta, Tekesta, Tegesta or Chequesta Native American tribe, at the time of first European contact, occupied an area along the Atlantic coast of Florida in what are now Broward and Miami-Dade Counties. ... Pre-contact distribution of Timucua One of the sketches by Jacques Le Moyne de Morgues showing a Timucua village The Timucua were an American Indian people who lived in Northeast and North Central Florida and southeast Georgia. ... Mocama was a Native American chiefdom that became part of Spanish Floridas missionary system in the late 16th century. ... Approximate area occupied by the Potano tribe at the time of European contact. ... The Tocobaga (also known as the Safety Harbor Culture) was a Native American civilisation that existed in the Tampa Bay Area, Florida from approximately 900 AD to European contact ( 1500s ). They are known for constructing various ceremonial and communual mounds, and often lived near water bodies, such as rivers or... The Tuscarora are an American Indian tribe originally in North Carolina, which moved north to New York, and then partially into Canada. ... TUTELO is a name classification referring to Indians who historically resided from the eastern edge of the Blue Ridge Mountains of Virginia down to the valleys of the Mayo and Dan Rivers in North Carolina. ... tunica may refer to: Tunica, Mississippi Tunica County, Mississippi This is a disambiguation page — a navigational aid which lists other pages that might otherwise share the same title. ... The Waccamaw tribe, from which the Waccamaw River and many other local place names were given, inhabited the territory of present northeastern South Carolina and southeastern North Carolina. ... The Wateree were a group of Native Americans. ... Waxhaw is a town located in Union County, North Carolina. ... The Westo were a 17th century Iroquoian Native American tribe. ... There is also the Wetumpka crater Wetumpka is a city located in Elmore County, Alabama. ... Winyaw Indians, (or Winyah, Weenee; meaning unknown)). A Siouan tribe living on Winyaw Bay, Black River, and the lower course of the Pee Dee River in South Carolina. ... Waccamaw Siouan Indians are one of eight state recognized Native American tribal nations in North Carolina. ... The Yamasee were a Muskogean Native American tribe that lived in coastal region of present-day northern Florida and southern Georgia near the Savannah River. ... The Yazoo tribe was a Native American tribe on the lower course of Yazoo River, Mississippi, in close connection with several other tribes, the most important of which was the Tunica (Tonica). ... Original territory of the Yuchi Tribe The Yuchi, also spelled Euchee and Uchee, are a Native American Indian tribe previously living in the eastern Tennessee River valley in Tennessee, northern Georgia and northern Alabama who now primarily live in the northeastern Oklahoma area. ...

Southwest

It has been suggested that Pueblo be merged into this article or section. ... For other uses, see Chiricahua (disambiguation). ... Jicarilla Apache refers to an Apache people currently living in New Mexico and to the Southern Athabaskan language they speak. ... Gorgonia, Mescalero Medicine Man This article is about the Native American tribe; for other uses of the word see Mescalero (disambiguation). ... Map of the Navajo Nation The Navajo Nation (Dineé in Navajo language) is a Native American sovereignty. ... Links Western Apache-English Dictionary (White Mountain) White Mountain Apache Tribe (Arizona Intertribal Council) San Carlos Apache Tribe (Arizona Intertribal Council) Tonto Apache Tribe (Arizona Intertribal Council) Yavapai-Apache Nation Official Website Yavapai-Apache Nation (Arizona Intertribal Council) White Mountain Apache Tribe White Mountain Apache photographs map of Fort Apache... This article is about the Native American tribe, for other uses of the word see Apache (disambiguation). ... Seal of the Tonkawa Tribe of Oklahoma Tonkawa The Tonkawa are a people native to central Texas, speaking the Tonkawa language. ... Coahuiltecan is a general name for a group of people who previously lived in the southern Texas region near the Rio Grande river. ... The Cochimí were the aboriginal inhabitants of the central part of the Baja California peninsula, from El Rosario in the north to San Javier in the south. ... The Pueblo of Cochiti is a federally recognized band of Native Americans; and it is the name of the Pueblo that is their community in Cochiti, New Mexico. ... Cocopa is a Native American tribe which emigated from Baja California and settled on the lower reaches of the Colorado River. ... Comecrudan refers to a group of possibly related languages spoken in the southernmost part of Texas and in northern Mexico along the Rio Grande. ... Map indicating where Cotoname is spoken Cotoname is a Southwestern language family, spoken by Native Americans indigenous to the lower Rio Grande Valley of northeastern Mexico and extreme southern Texas (United States). ... The Halchidhoma were an Indian tribe living along the lower Colorado River in California and Arizona when first contacted by Europeans. ... The Arizona Tewa (also Hopi-Tewa, Tano, Southern Tewa, Hano, Thano) are a Tewa Pueblo group that resides on the eastern part of the Hopi Reservation on or near First Mesa in northeastern Arizona. ... The Hualapai are a tribe of Native Americans who live in the mountains of Arizona. ... Havasupai home, Arizona, 1887 Havasu Falls, located 2 miles further into the canyon from Supai The Havasupai (sometimes called Havasu Baaja) are a Native American tribe inhabiting the western Grand Canyon area in the U.S. state of Arizona. ... Hohokam is the name applied to one of the four major prehistoric archaeological traditions of the American Southwest. ... “Moki” redirects here. ... It has been suggested that Pueblo be merged into this article or section. ... It has been suggested that Pueblo be merged into this article or section. ... It has been suggested that Pueblo be merged into this article or section. ... The Suma and the Jumano was a people northern Chihuahua in northwestern Mexico and in southwestern Texas. ... Karankawa A group of Native American peoples, now extinct, known collectively as the Karankawa (also Karankawan, Clamcoëhs, and called in their language Auia), played a pivotal part in early Texas history. ... It has been suggested that Pueblo be merged into this article or section. ... Comecrudan refers to a group of possibly related languages spoken in the southernmost part of Texas and in northern Mexico along the Rio Grande. ... For the county in Arizona, see Maricopa County, Arizona The Maricopa, or Pipaash, are a Native American ethnic group that consisted of small groups of people situated on the banks of the Colorado River that came together in the 19th century. ... Two Mohave men dressed in loincloths, western Arizona Judith, a young Mohave woman about eighteen years of age The Mohave are a Native American tribe, many of whom live on or near the Colorado River Indian Tribes, Chemehuevi and Fort Mojave Indian Reservations on the Colorado River in California and... Nambé (IPA: ) is an eight-metal alloy whose major component is aluminum. ... It has been suggested that Pueblo be merged into this article or section. ... It has been suggested that Pueblo be merged into this article or section. ... The Akimel Oodham or Pima are a group of Native Americans living in an area consisting of what is now central and southern Arizona (USA) and Sonora (Mexico). ... Pima Bajo is a Mexican indigenous language of the Piman branch of the Uto-Aztecan linguistic family, spoken by around 1000 speakeers in Northern Mexico. ... Piro Pueblo was in the area of Socorro, New Mexico, one of many Native American Pueblos along the Rio Grande. ... It has been suggested that Pueblo be merged into this article or section. ... Yumas. ... It has been suggested that Pueblo be merged into this article or section. ... It has been suggested that Pueblo be merged into this article or section. ... It has been suggested that Pueblo be merged into this article or section. ... It has been suggested that Pueblo be merged into this article or section. ... It has been suggested that Pueblo be merged into this article or section. ... It has been suggested that Pueblo be merged into this article or section. ... It has been suggested that Pueblo be merged into this article or section. ... It has been suggested that Pueblo be merged into this article or section. ... Solano (people), a people in south Texas and north Mexico. ... The Suma and the Jumano was a people northern Chihuahua in northwestern Mexico and in southwestern Texas. ... It has been suggested that Pueblo be merged into this article or section. ... It has been suggested that Pueblo be merged into this article or section. ... It has been suggested that Pueblo be merged into this article or section. ... It has been suggested that Pueblo be merged into this article or section. ... The Tohono Oodham are a Native American tribe formerly known as the Papago who reside primarily in the Sonoran Desert of the southwest United States and northwest Mexico. ... This article or section does not cite any references or sources. ... The Yoeme or Yaqui are a border Native American people who live in the Sonoran Desert region, comprising part of the northern Mexican state of Sonora and the southwestern U.S. state of Arizona. ... Languages Yavapai (three dialects of Upland Yuman language), English Religions Indigenous, Christianity Related ethnic groups Havasupai, Hualapai, Western Apache Footnotes ^ ... Yavapai (sometimes translated as mouthy, or talkative people, though many agree that it is a corruption of the Yuman word Nyavkopai - east people[2]) is an over-arching term for... The Yavapai-Apache Nation is a Native American tribe in the Verde Valley, Arizona. ... The Yavapai-Prescott Tribe is located on a reservation of 1395 acres (5. ... Yumas. ... It has been suggested that Pueblo be merged into this article or section. ... The Zuni (also spelled Zuñi) or Ashiwi are a Native American tribe, one of the Pueblo peoples, most of whom live in the Pueblo of Zuñi on the Zuni River, a tributary of the Little Colorado River, in western New Mexico. ...

Latin America and the Caribbean

The indigenous peoples of Central and South America are generally classified by language, environment, and cultural similarities. Latin America consists of the countries of South America and some of North America (including Central America and some the islands of the Caribbean) whose inhabitants mostly speak Romance languages, although Native American languages are also spoken. ... “West Indian” redirects here. ... For other uses, see Central America (disambiguation). ... South America South America is a continent crossed by the equator, with most of its area in the Southern Hemisphere. ...


Caribbean

“West Indian” redirects here. ... The term Arawak (from aru, the Lokono word for cassava flour), was used to designate the Amerindians encountered by the Spanish in the Caribbean. ... The Taíno are the pre-Hispanic Amerindian inhabitants of the Greater Antilles, which includes Cuba, Hispaniola (Haiti and the Dominican Republic), Puerto Rico, Jamaica and the Bahamas. ... The Lucayan were those Arawak which inhabited the Bahamas at the time of Christopher Columbus landing. ... This article does not cite any references or sources. ... Ciboney (also Siboney) is a word derived from the Caribbean Indian language of the Arawak. ... A Kuna woman stands next to a clothesline brandishing her Mola-adorned blouse - or dulemola - on the San Blas islands of Panama. ...

Mesoamerica

This article is about the culture area. ... The Nahua are a group of indigenous peoples of Mexico. ... approximation of the extension of the Cora habitat The Cora are an indigenous ethnic group of Western Central Mexico that live in the Sierra de Nayarit and in La Mesa de Nayar in the mexican states of Jalisco and Nayarit. ... The Lenca people are an indigenous peoples of Central America, situated in the western highland regions of Honduras and eastern El Salvador. ... The Maya people are a Native American people of southern Mexico and northern Central America. ... Templo de los Guerreros (Temple of the Warriors) at Chichen Itza. ... The Lacandon people are indigenous Native American Maya people who live mostly in the jungles in Chiapas, Mexico (until 1854 a part of Guatemala). ... Yucatec Maya is a Maya language spoken in the Yucatan Peninsula, northern Belize and parts of Guatemala. ... Chol are an indigenous people of southeastern Mexico, mainly located in the northern Chiapas highlands in the state of Chiapas, Mexico. ... Ixil is a Mayan language. ... The Jacaltec (or Jakalteko or Popti) are a group of Maya Indians living in the Western Guatemala highlands and adjoining part of Chiapas and southern Mexico. ... The Kaqchikel (in modern orthography; formerly also spelled Cakchiquel) are one of the indigenous Maya peoples of the midwestern highlands in Guatemala. ... The Qeqchi language is spoken in Guatemala and Belize. ... The Mam are a Native American people of the highlands of western Guatemala. ... The Kiche (or Quiché in Spanish spelling), are a Native American people, part of the Maya ethnic group. ... The Tzotzil Maya of the central highlands of Chiapas, Mexico are a Native American group, the direct descendants of the Classic Maya. ... Tzeltal is a Maya language spoken in Chiapas, Mexico. ... The Tzutujil are a Native American people, one of the 21 Mayan ethnic groups that dwell in Guatemala. ... Image:Wassonsalviaphoto1. ... Codex Zouche-Nuttall, a pre-Columbian piece of Mixtec writing, now in the British Museum The Mixtec (or Mixteca) are a Native American people centered in the Mexican state of Oaxaca. ... Monument 1, one of the four Olmec colossal heads at La Venta. ... The Otomí are a Native American people living in the central plateau region of Mexico. ... The Pipil are a loose confederation of Nahua indigenous peoples known for prehistoric migrations who currently live in El Salvador. ... Tarascan men reeling cord for nets & making nets, 1899. ... Purhépecha men reeling cord for nets and making nets, 1899. ... The Tlapanec people is an ethnic group indigenous to the mexican state Guerrero. ... The Xinca are an indigenous people of Mesoamerica, with communities in the southern portion of Guatemala, near its border with El Salvador and in the mountainous region to the north. ... The Zapotec are an indigenous people of Mexico. ...

Aridoamerica

Aridoamerica is a term used to describe the northern region of Mexico, in contrast to Mesoamerica (the south). ... The Chichimeca are a group of nomads in northern Mexico. ... The Caxcan were a partly nomadic people. ... Of all the Chichimeca natives, the Guachichiles occupied the most extensive territory. ... The Pames are an indigenous people of central Mexico living in the state of San Luis Potosí. They call themselves Xiúi. ... The Tecuexe were an indigenous group found in the eastern part of present day Guadalajara, Mexico. ... The Zacatecos were an indigenous group and nation from northern Mexico that were part of the Chichimeca people. ... The Cochimí were the aboriginal inhabitants of the central part of the Baja California peninsula, from El Rosario in the north to San Javier in the south. ... It has been suggested that Huastecs be merged into this article or section. ... The Huichol are an indigenous ethnic group of Western Central Mexico that live in the Sierra Madre Occidental, in the states of Nayarit and Jalisco. ... The Opata (enemies, so called by their neighbors the Pimas) were a tribe of Mexican Indians of Piman stock. ... The Pericúes or Pericúe Indians of Baja California Sur were an indigenous people that inhabited western Mexico and the southwestern United States. ... SERI is an abbreviation of Samsung Economic Research Institute in South Korea. ... The Tarahumara are a Native American people of northern Mexico, renowned for their long-distance running ability. ... The Tepehuán (Tepehuanes or Tepehuanos) are an indigenous ethnic group in northwest Mexico, whose villages at the time of Spanish conquest spanned a large territory along the Sierra Madre Occidental from Chihuahua and Durango in the north to Jalisco in the south. ...

Andean

The word Andean refers to the geographic area in and around the Andes Mountains of South America, and to the indigenous peoples that inhabit the area, such as the Inca. ... Remains of the Tulor settlement (800 BC) near San Pedro de Atacama Pukará de Quitor The Atacameños (also called Lickan-antay) were a Native American people who inhabited the Anden portion of the Atacama Desert. ... The Aymara are a native ethnic group in the Andes region of South America; about 2. ... The Diaguita, also called Diaguita-Calchaquí, are a group of South American indigenous peoples. ... Capital Cusco 1197-1533 Vilcabamba 1533-1572 Language(s) Quechua, Aymara, Jaqi family, Mochic and scores of smaller languages. ... The Moche civilization (alternately, the Mochica culture, Early Chimu, Pre-Chimu, Proto-Chimu, etc. ... Quechua (Standard Quechua, Runasimi Language of People) is an Native American language of South America. ... The Huancas or Wankas are a historic Quechua people living in what is presently the Junín region of Peru, in and around the Mantaro Valley. ...

Sub-Andean

Panoan (also Pánoan, Panoano, Panoana, Páno) is a family of languages spoken in Peru, western Brazil, and Bolivia. ... Shuar, in the Shuar language, means people.[1] The people who speak the Shuar language live in tropical rainforest between the upper mountains of the Andes, and the tropical rainforests and savannas of the Amazonian lowlands, in Ecuador and Peru. ...

Western Amazon

This article is about the river. ... Amahuaca is an indiginous American Panoan-family language spoken by several dozen people in the Amazon Basin in Perú but up to 130 and also in Brazil by 220 people. ... Candoshi-Shapra (also known as: Candoshi, Candoxi, Kandoshi, and Murato) is an isolate indiginous American language spoken in western South America by several thousand native people, although these figures are dated. ... The Huaorani, also known as Waorani, Waodani, or Auca (Quechua for savage), are an indigenous tribe of the Ecuadorian Oriente (in the Amazon region). ... A Korubu man The Korubu is the name given to a group of indigenous people living in the Javari Valley, in the the Western Amazon Basin. ... Corina is a fat mess that lives in mcdonalds and sometimes goes out to burger king if she feels like dieting ... The Machiguenga are an indigenous people of the jungle regions of Eastern Peru. ... The Matis are classic agriculturalists and expert hunters, consisting of 2 villages and total population of roughly 290. ... The Movement in the Amazon for Tribal Subsistence and Economic Sustainability (MATSES) is a non-profit organization that provides support to the Matses people. ... A Mayoruna native. ... Shipibo (also Shipibo-Conibo, Shipibo-Konibo) is a Panoan language spoken in Peru by approximately 26,000 speakers. ... Ticuna is a language spoken by approximately 21,000 people in Brazil, Peru, and Colombia. ... Tucanoan (also Tukanoan, Tukánoan) is a language family of Colombia, Brazil, Ecuador, and Peru. ... Witotoan (also Bora-Witotoan, Bora-Witótoan, Huitotoan, Bora-Huitoto, Bóra-Witóto, Bora-Uitoto, Huitotoano, Huitotoana) is a language family of northeastern Peru, southwestern Colombia (Amazonas Department), and western Brazil (Amazonas State). ... There are approximately 3,000 to 4,000 Yagua people in northeastern Peru. ...

Central Amazon

This article is about the river. ... The Kayapo (also Kayapó, Caiapó) are the Gê-speaking native peoples of the plain lands of the Mato Grosso in Brazil, south of the Amazon Basin and along Rio Xingu and its tributaries. ... The Tapirape is an indigenous people of the Central Amazon in Brazil  This ethnic-group-related article is a stub. ... Tupi is the name of a language family that was spoken along the Brazilian coast at the time of its discovery. ... Fierce People redirects here. ...

Eastern and Southern Amazon

This article is about the river. ... Ge are the people who speak the Gê languages of northern South American Carribean coast, their society is or was highly egalitarian and anti-authoritarian, because of that they resisted the Incas as well as the Spaniards. ... The Bororo are a Bororoan-speaking people in the Mato Grosso region of Brazil; they also extended into Bolivia and the Brazilian state of Goiás. ... Tupi is the name of a language family that was spoken along the Brazilian coast at the time of its discovery. ... This article needs to be cleaned up to conform to a higher standard of quality. ...

Southern Cone

The Mapuche are the pre-Hispanic inhabitants of Central and Southern Chile and Argentina. ... The Puelche are an extinct tribe of South American Indians. ... Patagonian camp, 1838 Tehuelches is the collective name of the native tribes of Patagonia. ... Yagán (variously spelled as Yahgan, Yaghan, Jagan, Iakan), also known as Yámana and Háusi Kúta, is one of the indigenous languages of Tierra del Fuego, spoken by the Yagán people. ... This article needs to be cleaned up to conform to a higher standard of quality. ... This does not cite any references or sources. ...

Languages

  • Aridoamercan tribes by location: [1], in Spanish
  • Mesoamercan tribes by location: [2], in Spanish

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While many of these indigenous peoples retained a nomadic or semi-nomadic lifestyle until modern times, others lived in permanent villages and were primarily farmers, and in some regions they created large sedentary chiefdom polities, and even advanced state level societies with monumental architecture and large-scale, organized cities.
Indigenous nations include the Toba, Wichí, Mocoví, Pilagá, Chulupí, Diaguita Calchaquí, Kolla, Guaraní (Tupí Guaraní and Avá Guaraní in the provinces of Jujuy and Salta, and Mbyá Guaraní in the province of Misiones), Chorote, Chané, Tapieté, Mapuche, Tehuelche and Selknam (Ona).
Indigenous peoples make up the majority of the population in Bolivia and Peru, and are a significant element in most other former Spanish colonies.
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Indigenous Peoples see the UN and OAS Draft Declarations on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples as means to establish states’ political will to effectively confront exclusion and institutionalized racism against Indigenous Peoples and create new relationships between states and Indigenous communities.
For Indigenous Peoples, having autonomy and self-determination means having the power to govern their own communities and to establish and maintain their own institutions and projects, while also having access to effective means of political participation at the national and international level.
In the first stage of colonization, the situation of the indigenous peoples who were colonized by the English took on different forms and although the interest of both empires was the exploitation of resources, the form of the occupation of the territory was different.
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