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Crow Nation

The Crow are Native Americans. In the past, they lived in the Yellowstone River valley, which is in Wyoming, Montana, and North Dakota. Today, they are federally recognized as the Crow Tribe of Montana. During their history, the Crow have changed ...

                                               

Dakota people

The Dakota people are a Native American tribe. They are also a part of the First Nations. They make up two of the three main subcultures of the Sioux people. They are usually divided into the Eastern Dakota and the Western Dakota. The Eastern Dak ...

                                               

Innu

The Innu are an Indigenous people group who live in Quebec and Newfoundland. They lived as hunter-gatherers. Then the Canadian government moved them away from their homeland and forced them to practice Western lifestyles.

                                               

Iroquois

The Iroquois, also known as the Haudenosaunee or the "People of the Longhouse", are a group of tribes of indigenous people of North America. After the people who spoke Iroquoian came together as different tribes, which were mostly in what is now ...

                                               

Kumeyaay

The Kumeyaay are a group of people native to the United States and Mexico. They live in the places now known as California and Baja California. There are two groups of Kumeyaay, the Ipai and the Tipai. Ipai land is in what is now the United State ...

                                               

Lenape

The Lenape, Lenappe, Lenapi or Lenni Lenape are a group of several bands of Native American people who share cultural and linguistic traits. They are also known as the Delaware Indians. They spoke two similar languages known as the Delaware langu ...

                                               

Mississippian culture

Mississippian culture is the culture of the Mississippian people. They were Native Americans who lived in the Mississippi River Valley. Around 900–1450 AD, the Mississippian culture developed and spread through the Eastern Woodlands. Mississippia ...

                                               

Native Americans in the United States

Native Americans in the United States are the indigenous peoples from the areas of North America now part of the continental United States, including parts of Alaska. The Cherokee were the first Native Americans to be recognized as US citizens. I ...

                                               

Navajo people

The Navajo people are a tribe of Native Americans from the southwestern part of the United States. The Navajo tribe has about 300.000 members. The capital is in Window Rock, Arizona. It is the second largest tribe in the United States. The Navajo ...

                                               

Oneota

Oneota is the name archaeologists have given to a culture found in North America. Oneota was mostly in what is now Wisconsin and neighboring states. It lasted from about AD 900 until about 1700. Archaeologists think Oneota became historic Macro-S ...

                                               

Pomo

The Pomo were a Native American tribe who lived in what is now Northern California by Russian River. Pomo is a language family that includeds seven languages, including Northern Pomo, Northeastern Pomo, Eastern Pomo, Southeastern Pomo, and Kashay ...

                                               

Republic of Lakotah

A group of Native Americans decided to call the place where they live the Republic of Lakotah. This group is called the Lakotah Freedom Delegation. They believe the Republic of Lakotah should be treated as a separate country, but at the moment, n ...

                                               

Spokane Native Americans

The Spokan or Spokane people are a Native American tribe. They live in the eastern part of present-day Washington state and parts of northern Idaho in the United States of America. The current Spokane Indian Reservation is in northeastern Washing ...

                                               

Tipi

A tipi is a kind of tent. It is cone-shaped. They were made by Native Americans of the Great Plains who frequently moved from place to place, following buffalo or other animals Native Americans hunted. Tepees are made from long poles, and are cov ...

                                               

Tlingit

The Tlingit are a Native American group from the Pacific Northwest. They live in the United States and in Canada. They speak the Tlingit language. In their language, Tlingit means "people of the tides." The Tlingit get their food through hunting, ...

                                               

Tongva

The Tongva are the indigenous people of the place now known as Southern California. Their original land includes Los Angeles County, Orange County, and the Channel Islands. The Tongva are also known as the Gabrieleño and Fernandeño people based o ...

                                               

Tupi people

The Tupi people were an important ethnic group of indigenous peoples in Brazil. Scholars believe they first settled in the Amazon rainforest. Later, they started to move to the south and settled on the Atlantic coast.

                                               

List of New World monkey species

To learn what a Taxon Classification is, see Taxonomy biology. Genus Mico Infraorder Simiiformes Genus Callithrix Genus Callimico Genus Cebuella Genus Callibella Parvorder Platyrrhini - New World monkeys Genus Saguinus Genus Leontopithecus: lion ...

                                               

Capuchin monkey

Capuchin monkeys are a subfamily of New World monkeys, the Cebinae. They are native to Central and South America. There are only two genera: Cebus and Sepajus. Cebus has the gracile capuchins, and Sepajus has the robust capuchins. Capuchin monkey ...

                                               

Howler monkey

Howler monkeys, genus Alouatta, are one of the largest New World monkeys. There are 15 species. They are native to South and Central American forests. These monkeys are famous for their loud howls, which can travel three miles 4.8 km through dens ...

                                               

Muriqui

The muriquis, or woolly spider monkeys, are the genus Brachyteles. There are two species, the southern and northern muriqui muriquis. The name "muriqui" comes from a native Tupi word meaning largest monkey. They are the two largest New World monk ...

                                               

Spider monkey

Spider monkeys are New World monkeys, genus Ateles. They are small monkeys, well suited to living in trees. In fact, they rarely come down to the ground. These monkeys move quickly through trees by swinging and jumping from branch to branch. Spid ...

                                               

Woolly monkey

Woolly monkeys are named for their thick woolly coats. They are New World monkeys, and are found in forests along the Amazon River, and in Colombia, Ecuador and Peru. Unlike other monkeys, woolly monkeys are most likely to be found on the ground. ...

                                               

Creole peoples

In the Middle ages, many Europeans were seafaring nations. They discovered new countries. Creole people are people who descended from people of different ethnic backgrounds. At the start, usually the father was European, and the mother was local. ...

                                               

List of political parties in Antigua and Barbuda

This article lists political parties in Antigua and Barbuda. Antigua and Barbuda has a two-party system, which means that there are two dominant political parties, with extreme difficulty for anybody to achieve electoral success under the banner ...

                                               

Bridgetown

The city of Bridgetown is the capital and largest city of the nation of Barbados. It was called the Town of Saint Michael. It is in the parish of Saint Michael. Bridgetown is sometimes locally called "The City", but more common is simply "Town". ...

                                               

2018 Mexican general election

General elections were held in Mexico on 1 July 2018. Voters elected a new president to serve a term of five years and ten months. It also elected 128 members of the Senate for a period of six years and 500 members of the Chamber of Deputies for ...

                                               

AFL–CIO

The American Federation of Labor and Congress of Industrial Organizations, called the AFL-CIO, is a group of labor unions in the United States and Canada. There are 54 national different unions in the group, and they speak for over 10 million wor ...

                                               

Canadian French

Canadian French includes the varieties of the French language spoken in Canada. In the 2011 census about 10 million people said they could speak French in a conversation. French is the mother tongue of about 7.3 million Canadians. 7.9 million sai ...

                                               

Cancun

Cancun is a coastal city in Mexicos easternmost state, Quintana Roo, on the Yucatan Peninsula. About 573.000 people live in Cancun, but over 4.000.000 tourists visit Cancun every year on vacation. At present it is, with Acapulco, the Mexican reso ...

                                               

Caribbean Netherlands

The Caribbean Netherlands is the part of the Netherlands that is in the Caribbean. The rest of the country is in Europe. The Caribbean Netherlands is made up of three special municipalities: the islands of Bonaire, Sint Eustatius and Saba. They a ...

                                               

Central American Integration System

The Central American Integration System has been the economic and political organization of Central American states since February 1, 1993. In 1991, SICAs first nations to join were Guatemala, El Salvador, Honduras, Nicaragua, Costa Rica and Pana ...

                                               

Christ Church, Barbados

Christ Church is a parish of Barbados. It has a land area of 57 km 2. It is found at the southern end of the island. The parish has the Sir Grantley Adams International Airport. It also has the last remaining mangrove swamp in the country, the Gr ...

                                               

Coat of arms of Antigua and Barbuda

The coat of arms of Antigua and Barbuda was made in 1966 by Gordon Christopher. It is similar to the Flag of Antigua and Barbuda. The symbolism is more complex. At the top of the Coat of Arms is a pineapple. The island is famous for this fruit. M ...

                                               

Coat of arms of Barbados

The coat of arms of Barbados was started on independence in 1966. Like other former British lands in the Caribbean, the coat of arms has a helmet with a national symbol on top. It has a shield beneath that is supported by two animals. The nationa ...

                                               

Colony of Virginia

The Colony of Virginia was the first of thirteen colonies in North America. The English first tried to make the Roanoke Colony in 1584. A war delayed resupply until 1890. When the ships arrived, the colonists were gone. The decision to settle Jam ...

                                               

Cuban convertible peso

The convertible peso was one of two official currencies in Cuba, the other being the Cuban peso. It has been in limited use since 1994. On 8 November 2004, the U.S. dollar was officially no longer accepted in Cuba though unofficially it was. Its ...

                                               

East Caribbean dollar

The East Caribbean dollar is the currency of eight of the nine members of the Organisation of Eastern Caribbean States. It has existed since 1965, when it replaced the British West Indies dollar, and it is normally abbreviated with the dollar sig ...

                                               

Eastern Caribbean Central Bank

The Eastern Caribbean Central Bank is the central bank of a group of six independent Caribbean nations, namely: Antigua and Barbuda, Grenada, Commonwealth of Dominica, Saint Vincent and the Grenadines, Saint Lucia, Saint Kitts and Nevis, and 2 Br ...

                                               

Emblem of Guatemala

The emblem of Guatemala was adopted in 1871. It comprises: Two crossed Remington rifles with bayonets indicating Guatemalas willingness to defend itself by force if need be; A wreath of bay laurel branches, the symbol for victory; The resplendent ...

                                               

Guadalajara

Guadalajara is a city in Mexico. Over three and a half million people live there. It is the second-largest city in Mexico. It is the capital of the Mexican state of Jalisco. It is in Western Mexico and is over 5.000 feet above sea level. Guadalaj ...

                                               

Guantanamo Province

This article is about the province in Cuba. For other titular locales and uses, see Guantanamo disambiguation. Guantanamo is the easternmost province of Cuba. Its capital is also called Guantanamo. Other towns include Baracoa. The province surrou ...

                                               

Guatemala City

Guatemala City is the capital of Guatemala. It is the largest city in Central America. It has a population of 942.348 in the city itself and 2.945.080 including all the suburbs. It was founded in the year 1773 after strong earthquakes damaged the ...

                                               

Haitian Creole

Haitian Creole is a type of Creole language spoken by about 13 million people, mostly Haitians and the Haitian diaspora. Most of its vocabulary is derived from French. This language is called Kreyol Ayisien by those who speak it.

                                               

Honduras

Honduras is a country in Central America. Its capital is Tegucigalpa. Most people of Honduras speak the Spanish language. 7.483.763 people live in Honduras and it is 112.492 square kilometres in size. It is next to El Salvador. To one side is the ...

                                               

Lamar Advertising

Lamar Advertising is an outdoor advertising company. The company was founded in the year 1902. The companys headquarters is in Baton Rouge, Louisiana. Lamar operates in the United States of America, Canada and Puerto Rico. They sell advertising o ...

                                               

Limon

Puerto Limon is the capital city of Limon Province in Costa Rica. It is also a major Costa Rican port for exporting and importing. A part of the community has its roots in Jamaican laborers. They worked on the nineteenth-century railroad project. ...

                                               

Maya people

The Maya people form a diverse range of the Native American peoples of southern Mexico and northern Central America. The Mayan civilization was powerful, more than a thousand years ago. The most populations of Maya are in the Mexican states of Yu ...

                                               

Mexican peso

The $Mexican Peso is the currency, or money, of Mexico. The symbol used for the peso is "$", which is the same as for the US dollars it got its symbol from the Spanish-Mexican currency. It is one of the most traded currencies in the world. The cu ...

                                               

Mexico (state)

The state of Mexico is one of the administrative divisions of the country of Mexico. It is one of 32 administrative divisions. It is in the centre of the country. It borders Hidalgo, Queretaro, Tlaxcala, Puebla, Michoacan, Morelos and Guerrero as ...