Amerindian

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Kolman CJ, Bermingham E (1997) Mitochondrial and nuclear DNA diversity in the Choco and Chibcha Amerinds of Panama.
1995) Reduced mtDNA diversity in the Ngobe Amerinds of Panama.
Torroni A, Neel J V, Barrantes R, Schurr TG, Wallace DC (1994) Mitochondrial DNA "clock" for the Amerinds and its implications for timing their entry into North America.
from where the sun stands, I will fight no more forever--Chief Joseph, Surrender Speech in the Bear Paw Mountains, October 5th, 1877 Indians later disambiguated as Red Indians, American Indians, Amerindians, or Amerinds .
1701 Van Ness Avenue San Francisco, California (4) * Americans or people, the citizens Homing different origins Indians, later disambiguated as Red Indians, American Indians, Amerindians, or Amerinds.
The arrival of immigrants led to the establishment of a rapidly growing admixed population and a concomitant decline in the Amerind groups (Salzano and Bortolini, 2002).
The results presented, as a whole, suggest that the Sub-Saharan African and Amerind contributions to the three Venezuelan populations considered seem to have been introduced mainly by females, although of course, the introduction of non-Y alleles through the males cannot be excluded.
In NA, this lineage was largely rest ricted to northern Amerinds and, unlike haplogroups A - D, was not found in several northeast Asian/Siberian populations, raising controversy over the origins of NA haplogroup X.
Does Heinold propose to reward the Amerinds for losing this continent to Europeans?
mtDNA history of the Cayapa Amerinds of Ecuador: detection of additional founding lineages for the Native American populations".
Preliminary observations on vertebrate food avoidance by the Precolombian Amerinds of Panama, with comments on the relevance of this behaviour to archaeozoology and palaeoenvironmental reconstruction".
Mitochondrial DNA 'clock' for the Amerinds [Chibcha] and its implications for timing their entry into North America," Proceedings of the National Academy of Science 91 (1994): 1158-1162; R.
Bermingham, "Mitochondrial and nuclear DNA diversity in the Chaco and Chibcha Amerinds of Panama," Genetics 147 (1997): 1289-1302; Natalia R.
They were Amerinds who called themselves Mexica and who are better known as Aztecs.
The Amerind group includes most of our nations from Canada through southernmost South America.