“Some” Native American tribes.
What about the anishinaabe? There should be Ojibwa and Odawa up by the Great Lakes.
There are a lot more smaller tribes in the PNW, clearly not represented on this map. I would assume that goes for the rest of the country.
Yeah, not a cool guide. This is missing almost 90% of the tribes. There are 574 “recognized” tribes in the US.
It’s cool and all, but that scale… If you were to superimpose Alaska over the rest of the US the word “Aleut” would be just about where “Pawnee” is now but the actual Aleut people would be superimposed down where the Apache are.
Guess they must’ve just known where the modern borders of Canada would be and just avoided settling there as well
So how did the city Miami get its name when it’s nowhere near the nation?
That’s hardly all the tribes that were in the US.
Arapahoe? Lakota? Missing a few big ones.
We should give our conservation land back to the natives.
These maps are pretty useless honestly
Damn. This is one of the first times I’ve seen my tribe represented where I came from. Normally we are an afterthought or shown post TOT relocation (even though clearly not all of the tribe went). Thank you
This is absolute garbage
If anyone is interested in a much more detailed map, I recommend this:
indians in places mainly came much later after new world revolt from old world
everybody from south the border whod hop the border back in day and werent overtly spaniard was considered indian or native american, tho everybody whos tapped into americas native, including those who come later like to ellis island
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