American Indian


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Section one deals with the origins of the American Indian, artifacts, megaliths, totems, and lost colonies.
The school's logo still shows an American Indian's face, but a spokesman for the district said administrators haven't determined whether that image will change as well.
Also when compared with whites, American Indians and Alaska Natives had 2.1 times the odds of a positive alcohol toxicology result and 2.4 times the odds that the suicide of a friend or family member affected their death.
Joely Proudfit is director of the California Indian Culture and Sovereignty Center and department coordinator of American Indian studies at California State University, San Marcos.
This book provides insight into the evolution of the American Indian population in the Los Angeles area, dispelling prior inaccuracies that this movement did not take place during World War II or relocation but had begun in the early 1900s and before by local California Indian tribes and Southwest tribal members.
So, how is distance education rebooting American Indian culture and education?
American Indian applicants must also demonstrate a commitment to serving their tribe or Indian country in general.
The franchise feared that the Braves would view the planned celebration as a protest against their team name, and decided to scale back the planned festivities; the singing, dancing, and appearances by American Indians were all cancelled.
From 1916 on, individual states declared their own American Indian Days, beginning with New York in May 1916.
During November, the federal government recognizes the contributions of American Indians as part of American Indian Heritage Month.
Research has shown that American Indian adolescents report higher rates of certain disordered eating behaviors than other racial groups.
NATIONWIDE: Quick, name the last Native American play you've seen, or American Indian playwright whose work you keep hearing about.
Initially published in 1954 by Grosset & Dunlap, "The Story of the American Indian" is a young readers' classic compendium or mini-encyclopedia to the main representatives of American Indian tribes and nations that existed previous to 1492.
Term Paper Resource Guide To American Indian History
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