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    The #NativeAmericans were thought to be the first people to inhabit what is today known as North America. At one point it is estimated that there were more than ten million Native American Indians living on the land throughout the country. Read more http://bit.ly/14fonbp

    We’re still here. We still speak our languages. We still hear the drum. We still dance.

    The Native Americans were thought to be the first people to inhabit what is today known as North America. At one point it is estimated that there were more than ten million Native American Indians living on the land throughout the country. Read more http://bit.ly/14fonbp

    Jim Thorpe: Fact and Fiction http://bit.ly/19Nph6Z

    The Native Americans were thought to be the first people to inhabit what is today known as North America. At one point it is estimated that there were more than ten million Native American Indians living on the land throughout the country. Read more http://bit.ly/14fonbp

    We’re still here. We still speak our languages. We still hear the drum. We still dance. 

    Thank YOU for your support and being a part of the NAE!

    Jim Thorpe (Sac and Fox) running during Olympic track practice in Stockholm, 1912.

    Learn more about Jim Thorpe here http://bit.ly/GHPxvJ

    Long distance runner and Olympic medal winner Lewis Tewanima (Hopi) holds his trophy after winning a marathon in New York City in 1911.

    Learn more about Lewis here http://bit.ly/O328lt

    The 20 Most Influential Americans of All Time by Time.com

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    Jim Thorpe - Best Athlete of All Time

    The Olympic starts today and we celebrate by remembering the best athlete of all time Jim Thorpe. Learn more http://bit.ly/yFIwgs.

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