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    The Nez Perce tribe is a federally recognized sovereign government and Native American nation.

    The Lenni Lenape originally lived in the Mid-Atlantic states and a few small groups remain in New Jersey and Pennsylvania.

    The Chippewa people are one of the historical Native American people that continue to live in the Americas today. Like other Native peoples, Chippewas organize themselves into different branches, or tribes.

    The Confederated Tribes and Bands of the Yakama Nation is a Native American group with nearly 10,000 enrolled members, living in Washington. [Yakama Warrior ca. 1913]

    The Apaches were typically nomadic, meaning they traveled around, never quite settling in one place.

    Native Americans have lived in Montana for more than 14,000 years. More of the Flathead Indian Reservation

    The Hopi (peaceful ones) people have the longest authenticated history of occupation of a single area by any Native American tribe in the US.

    Laguna Pueblo – Native Americans of the Southwest

    Pennacook is a group of Native North Americans of the Algonquian branch of the Algonquian-Wakashan linguistic stock. 

    Many #NativeTribes had traditions relating to hair, from special styles to customs that prepared them for both war and love.

    The Hopi, Zuni and Navajo are among the Southwest’s best known tribes. Sharing the same environment has given their cultures similar traits; however, they also have many differences.

    The Cherokee Indians were one of the largest of five Native American tribes who settled in the American Southeast portion of the country.

    The Monacan are a group recognized as a Native American tribe by the Commonwealth of Virginia in the United States.

    Paiute (pronounced /ˈpaɪjuːt/, sometimes written Piute) refers to three closely related groups of Native Americans. 

    Although the Nez Perce Indians were known as warriors & were strategic in battle, the Lewis and Clark expedition recorded them as a helpful tribe that was very peaceful.

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