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    The Trail of Tears occupies a special place in Native American history. Many tribes have similar incidents from their history. Yet this event, the name of which originally was applied to the Cherokee, has come to symbolize the land cessions and relocations of all Indian peoples. Read more http://bit.ly/1f06RnY

    The Miami tribe occupied ancestral territory south of Lake Michigan in present-day Indiana, western Ohio, and eastern Illinois. They lived along timbered river valleys and shared many of the cultural traits of other Algonquians. Read more http://bit.ly/1hOP91F

    Most people recognize the name Cherokee, making the tribe one of the best known in history. The name itself means “real or principal people.” Read more http://bit.ly/T8DG0A

    The Pawnee, who are sometimes called Paneassa, historically lived along the Platte River in what is now Nebraska. Read more http://bit.ly/YApqGY

    The Chinook Tribe is a group of Native Americans originally found in the Pacific Northwest. Their territory ranged from current-day British Columbia, Canada to eastern Washington State, and their villages were placed along the Columbia River. Read more http://bit.ly/1i85rWu

    Thousands of winters before the arrival of the White Drifting-House people (ho-kwats), the Quileute Indians and the ghosts of their ancestors lived and hunted here. Read more about the Quileute Nation http://bit.ly/P4WiBT

    The Navajo Indian Tribe is recognized as the largest Indian tribe in the United States. According to the 1990 Census, almost 80,000 Navajo people live in New Mexico. Learn more http://bit.ly/ZvzBLk

    The Plains Indians got their name because they lived among the Great Plains of the United States. This vast expansion of land extended all the way from Mississippi to the mountains of Canada. Read more http://bit.ly/1bcKweR

    The Cree Indians are a vast tribe of Native Americans who reside in various parts of North America. These locations include the Rocky Mountain and areas along the Atlantic Coast. Read more http://bit.ly/1g7KZ3W

    The Iowa Tribe of Oklahoma is one of two federally recognized Iowa tribes. The other is the Iowa Tribe of Kansas and Nebraska. Traditionally Iowas spoke the Chiwere language, part of the Souian language family. Learn more http://bit.ly/JCRj5n 

    The Five Civilized Tribes were a group of Native American nations that were officially & unofficially called such to collectively designate the Cherokee, Chickasaw, Choctaw, Creek, and Seminole tribes. Learn more http://bit.ly/vZ2BPN [Artwork by David Williams]

    Life in a Native American tribe has gone through many changes starting with the arrival of white settlers. The story of any Native American Tribe can not be told without pain, sadness, and regret. However, the past can not be changed. Read more http://bit.ly/10g2gUs

    The Blackfeet Indians are a tribal group that used to reside in the Northern part of America. Today, Blackfeet Indians are located throughout the United States, and in parts of Canada and Mexico. Learn more http://bit.ly/11m8SyI

    The Chinook Tribe is a group of Native Americans originally found in the Pacific Northwest. Their territory ranged from current-day British Columbia, Canada to eastern Washington State, and their villages were placed along the Columbia River. Learn more http://bit.ly/Ysa0lM 

    The Northwestern Shoshones were neighbors to two different groups of Shoshone peoples. Read more http://bit.ly/JZMsjZ

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