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This library. The Constitution gives the federal government primary responsibility for dealing with tribes. Law and U.S. public policy related to Native Americans have evolved continuously since the founding of the United States. A painting depicting the Trail of Tears, when Native Americans were forced by law to leave their homelands and move to designated territory in the west.
(Credit: Al Moldvay/The Denver Post via. Native American, member of any of the aboriginal peoples of the Western Hemisphere, although the term often connotes only those groups whose original territories were in present-day Canada and the United States.
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Native Americans like the Iroquois had never read John Locke or heard of the Roman Senate, but, nonetheless, they pioneered their own ideas of. The law was widely abused and ultimately led to the enslavement of tens of thousands of Native Americans in the name of their “protection.” Peter Hardeman Burnett, circa (Credit: Paul Author: Erin Blakemore.
This is how one Native American presents her interpretation of the indigenous understanding of nature. As we will see in this article, many Native Americans present similar understandings.
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).Some tribes not recognized. The Bureau of American Ethnology, The American Indian Historical Society, The American Museum of Natural History, and the Heye Foundation have published many useful works on Native Americans. For some general works see A. Kroeber, Cultural and Natural Areas of Native North America (, repr.
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