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First Nations or natives.
There are no native peoples or nations on Antarctica.
I hope you mean "Where did First Nations People come from?" or something similar? The First Nations people are referred by that name in Canada. In the U.S. they are called "American Indians", or "Native Americans". In Alaska they are called Native Alaskans as opposed to non-Native Americans who are just Alaskan natives.
Henry Hudson thought that the first nations where good people and it helped him in many ways.
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Some native nations were nomadic but not all. Here is a link that identifies some of the nations you would be looking for. http://www.legendsofamerica.com/NA-TribeSummary.html
The Native Americans (First Nations).
Henry Hudson initially encountered Native American tribes while navigating the Hudson. The tribes were not violent and traded furs to them. When, Hudson returned to Europe and the quality of the furs were observed several ships sailed back to America. Contact with the Europeans was detrimental to the native people, since they had no resistance to the disease the settlers brought.
The people of the "First Nations" are those who are descended from the Native Americans - those who lived in America before the Europeans arrived.
The Native American nations of the Cherokee , Muscogee (Creek) , Seminole , Chickasaw , and Choctaw nations .
No.The Sioux are a Native American and First Nations people
they committed mutiny and all of the people who were with him still got shipped off the boat and had no oars (in Hudson bay)
Yes, he met American Indians (First Nations).
The Sioux are Native American and First Nations people in North America.
The very modern (only since the 1970s) and politically correct but legally dubious term is First Nations.This only refers to native people who are notInuit (Eskimo) or Metis (mixed-blood peoples). The term First Nations has no legal definition so many native people refuse to use it, referring to themselves as Haida, Tlingit and so on.
well, it for sure says in any social textbook with the topic, or google it.
"First Nations" is a term used in Canada to refer to the remaining native populations, those called "Native Americans" in the US. They were actually also the first people to come and settle here. "first Nations" The term "First Nations" is used because these people are now treated as members of "nations," somewhat similarly to the status of Anglophone and Francophone peoples descended from Europeans, and because they represent those who were on the land "first" - before the European migration to America.
people thought it was not right for a native girl to guide men on an expedition Tanner: Awesome cool nice fun talented
Henry Hudson had three sons:Jhon, Richard and Oliver. Jhon went with his father on an expedition and got kicked off the ship in Hudson bay. the oral history of the Cree records say that Henry died and the woodland people adopted his son
henery hudson went on adventures and found the indies as native americans and told the news to the people of the Dutch
henry hudson didn't name it, people just named it after him cause he sailed on it first. - hudson river - hudson strait - hudson bay
the native people were the native people from germany
The American revolution was catastrophic to the Native American nations that were caught in the middle. They lost land, crops, and people as the two countries fought each other.
Yes, many people fish in the Hudson River.
there was 32 people on the Lewis and Clark expedition (including the dog)