Native American Traditions Books

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The expression "Native American" is often used to refer to the social and racial groups of peoples indigenous to the continent of North America. The more specific phrase "Native Americans in the United States" refers to groups indigenous to the geographical area that now forms the modern USA, that is the continent of North America including Alaska but excluding Canada and Mexico, while including the islands of Hawaii.

Native American traditions are many and varied, not least because they belong to so many different groups, each with its own character, distinct history (including of geographic location), traditions, and in many cases language or languages.

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