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The Indigenous - the True American
Apache, the Ndee, "the people" of Arizona and other States Blackfoot, the Siksika, whose painted red faces we can relate Cheyenne, the Tsitsistas, meaning relatives of the Cree Dakota Sioux, the Dakota, meaning little snakes in Ojibwe Euchee, or Yuchi, are the "children of the sun" Fox, the Meskwaki, eventually native to Wisconsin Gros Ventre, strangely named "big belly" by the French Huron, with their above allies left many a tribe wrenched Inuit, the Eskimo, this tribe with the snow Juaneño, from the Sunshine State around Orange and San Diego Kickapoo, with their linguistic code, unique called "whistle speech" Lakota, like the Dakota, speak with similar tongues they teach Mohawk, "People of the Flint" from upstate New York Navajo, is now the most spoken, where extinction has not gone berserk Ottawa, "the traders" their name lives on in their City Potawatomi, "fire keepers" one hundred speakers, my hearts in pity Qwulhhwaipum, "the prairie people from beyond the mountain range" Ryawas, by the Missouri River where they no longer reign Shawnee, meaning "southerner" were are far ranging tribe Tonkawa, "they keep together" but only a few still reside Ute, of Colorado and Salt Lake valley fame Victorious the ones who remain to this day, whilst the V has no name Wiyot, and its last native speaker, died in 1962 X, xenophobic they would be, to the ancestors of me and you Yavapai, from Arizona, are the "people of the sun" Zuni, like all the tribes above, fell victim to the white mans gun . The True American.
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