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North American Indians

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  • noun Plural form of North American Indian.

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Examples

  • North American Indians, which is done when an enemy is killed in battle, by grasping the left hand

    Letters and notes on the manners, customs, and conditions of the North American Indians

  • Charlevoix, with the utmost seriousness, discusses the question, whether the calumet of the North American Indians was the same as the caduceus of Mercury. [

    The American Quarterly Review, No. 17, March 1831

  • The general statement is sometimes made that North American Indians had not reached the point where their numbers exceeded natural resources when Europeans arrived.

    Bird Cloud

  • The general statement is sometimes made that North American Indians had not reached the point where their numbers exceeded natural resources when Europeans arrived.

    Bird Cloud

  • The general statement is sometimes made that North American Indians had not reached the point where their numbers exceeded natural resources when Europeans arrived.

    Bird Cloud

  • The general statement is sometimes made that North American Indians had not reached the point where their numbers exceeded natural resources when Europeans arrived.

    Bird Cloud

  • Champlain also tried to win a large public to the cause of New France by publishing another volume of his Voyages, with striking illustrations of many tribes of North American Indians.

    Champlain's Dream

  • Champlain also believed that the culture of North American Indians lacked the authority of kingship and the discipline of subordination.

    Champlain's Dream

  • Champlain also tried to win a large public to the cause of New France by publishing another volume of his Voyages, with striking illustrations of many tribes of North American Indians.

    Champlain's Dream

  • The naked tattooed Picts weren't entirely a Victorian invention - there's a print from 1588 on the same lines, perhaps influenced by North American Indians encountered by the settlers.

    The Female Royal Line: matrilineal succession amongst the Picts?

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