The Accohannock are a Native American Indian Tribe of Maryland, located in Marion. The Accohannocks originally inhabited the territory that presently includes the Eastern Shore of Maryland and Virginia. The territory included the Chesapeake Bay home villages at present day Crisfield, Maryland. ...more on Wikipedia about "Accohannock"
The Ais, or Ays were a tribe of Native Americans who inhabited the Atlantic Coast of Florida. They ranged from present day Cape Canaveral to the St. Lucie River Inlet, in the present day counties of Brevard, Indian River, and St. Lucie. They lived in villages and towns along the shores of the great lagoon called Rio de Ais by the Spanish, and now called the Indian River. ...more on Wikipedia about "Ais (tribe)"
Chamorros/Chamorus are the indigenous peoples of Guam and Northern Marianas. ...more on Wikipedia about "Chamorros"
Indigenous peoples in the United States are comprised of distinct groups of peoples who are indigenous to what are now states or territories of the United States of America. ...more on Wikipedia about "Indigenous peoples in the United States"
The Jaegas 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. Little is known of the origins of the Jaegas, or of the affinities of their language, but they may have been a junior branch of the Ais tribe that occupied the coast to their north. The Ais and Jaega languages have been tentatively assigned by some authors to the Muskogean language family, and by others to the Arawakan language family. ...more on Wikipedia about "Jaega (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 group took their name from the lake, which was then called Mayaimi. Mayaimi meant 'big water' in the language of the Mayaimis, Calusas and Tequestas. The current name of Okeechobee for the lake is derived from the Miccosukee word meaning 'big water'. There was no linguistic or cultural relationship with the Miamis of Ohio. ...more on Wikipedia about "Mayaimi"
Native Hawaiians (in Hawaiian, kanaka oiwi or kanaka māoli) are the Polynesian peoples of the Hawaiian Islands who trace their ancestry back to Marquesan and Tahitian settlers (circa 400 AD and 1300 AD respectively), before the arrival of British explorer Captain James Cook in 1778. According to the U.S. Census Bureau report for 2000, there are 476,000 people who identified themselves as being native Hawaiian, part native Hawaiian and mixed native Hawaiian. Most native Hawaiians are residents of the United States in California, the State of Hawai i, Nevada and Washington. Two-thirds live in the State of Hawai i while the other one-third is split among mainland states. Almost half of the mainland share of the population is in California. Although some Native Hawaiians identify themselves as indigenous, there is some controversy regarding those claims - Questions regarding the indigenous nature of Hawaiians ...more on Wikipedia about "Native Hawaiians"
A Pacific Islander or Pacific Person (plural: Pacific People) is a term used in several places, such as New Zealand and the United States, to describe people of a certain heritage. ...more on Wikipedia about "Pacific Islander"
The Poverty Point Civilization was an ancient group of American Indians who inhabited the area of the lower Mississippi River in what is today the US state of Louisiana. The civilization thrived from c. 1700 BCE- 700 BCE and was responsible for the constuction of massive earthworks near modern day Epps, Louisiana. ...more on Wikipedia about "Poverty Point Civilization"
Indian Painted Rocks is a tiny state park (approximately 2000 sq. ft.) right outside Yakima, Washington at the intersecton of Powerhouse and Ackely Roads. The indian rock paintings, also known as pictographs are on a cliff of basaltic rocks parallel to the current Powerhouse road which was once an Indian trail and later a main pioneer road that connected the Ahtanum valley to the Wenas mountains. ...more on Wikipedia about "Yakima Indian Painted Rocks"
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