How did the Indians come to America?
Some people think that the Indians came from Asia during the ice age and ended up in Alaska and moved south.
The Indians did not take any route to come to America. The Indians were on the land before it became the United States of America.
"Indians" didn't come to america.. We were already here when the Europeans came to America. Columbus thought he was in India, therefore- he called us Indians.
When Christopher Columbus landed in America he thought he was in India so he called the people Indians.
Don't worry about it, bish.
The Mayan Indians lived in Central America, northern South America, and in Mexico. The Mayan civilization was very large and far reaching.
They came to the Americas in about 1000 B.C.
Lacrosse came from the Indians who first settled in America.
It helped by making Indians come to America to help out and become freinds with the guests that visited America.
From what I know, and its not much, Indians have always lived in America. They were here before us. They have always been here.
Another name for Indians is Natives, or Native Americans if they come from America. However, the best name for Indians is" Indigenous" people meaning they are the natural inhabitants of the land.
it comes from America!! The Indians had it and introduced it to the English. actually it comes from Mexico.
they came from the west indies and Christopher Columbus did not discover America the Indians did.
Wheat came to America in the 1600, as early as 1608, to the Elizibeth Islands off the coast of Massachutessets... then the Indians died...
you've got that one backwards hon....... America came to the us.
Americans come from England, Africa, Mexico, Spain, Native Americans aka Indians. All these ethnicity make an American. The only American that can trace there background to America is Native Americans aka Indians or Mexicans.
Arawak Indians came frm many of places in the west indies such as Barbados, Bahamas and so much more. It is believed that they came from South America!
when Columbus came to America he thought he was in India so he called native americans indians
The spanish did acually own America after the whites fought off the Indians then the whites and spanish fought over America . The whites won and took over American land.
Many historians believe that the Lenape Indians came from the continent of Asia by foot because Asia and North America where connected at the time and they were looking for food.
Experts speculate that Native Americans (Indians) arrived 30,000-15,000 years ago.
It was a narrow strip of land that connected Asia and North America.
America's policy affects how many Indians can come to work in America.
Same reason half of the UK left to go to Australia & America in the 1880s.
Before Indians America had no human population (and perhaps it was better).
Frances Densmore has written: 'Nootka and Quileute music' -- subject(s): Music, Indians of North America, Quileute Indians, Nootka Indians 'Papago Music' 'The American Indians and their music' -- subject(s): Indians of North America, Music, Social life and customs 'The study of Indian music' -- subject(s): Music, Indians of North America 'Music of the Maidu Indians of California' -- subject(s): Music, Indians of North America, Maidu Indians 'Mandan And Hidatsa Music' 'Strength of the earth'… Read More
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Many people from India come to the US to work what is a way in which America's foreign policy affects people in India?
America's policy affects how many Indians can come to work in America.
The Mayan Indians!
Columbus did not come to India but when the Voyager had gone in search of India, he reached America to which he had called India. The Voyage Book of Christopher Columbus 'A New World Revealed' got lost; his biographer Bartolome de Casas, in the 1530s describing the details of his travels has written that even while dying Columbus had repeatedly said that he had visited Indies (meaning India). His words and writings did not suit… Read More
Much like the Native American Indians of North America. Aborigine people of Australia miagrated there via micronesia.
Herbert C. Kraft has written: 'The Miller Field site, Warren County, N.J' -- subject(s): Antiquities, Indians of North America 'The historic Minisink settlements' -- subject(s): Antiquities, Excavations (Archaeology), Minisink Indians, Indians of North America 'The Minisink site' -- subject(s): Antiquities, Excavations (Archaeology), Minisink Indians, Indians of North America 'The Lenape Indians of New Jersey' -- subject(s): Delaware Indians, Indians of North America, History 'The Lenape or Delaware Indians' -- subject(s): Delaware Indians, Social life and… Read More
Why did the Indians come to Australia
in what year did the paleo Indians spread throughout America
Omer Call Stewart has written: 'Ute-Southern Paiute' -- subject(s): Ute Indians, Paiute Indians, Indians of North America 'Peyote religion' -- subject(s): Religion, Peyotism, Indians of North America, History 'Culture element distributions: XVIII' 'Northern Paiute' -- subject(s): Paiute Indians, Indians of North America 'Indians of the Great Basin' -- subject(s): Bibliography, Indians of North America
They came from Russia. They walked across to Alaska and then migrated south towards warmer weather. Therefore, they ended up in America.
C Columbus did not discover America Indians were there first white people are not originally from America so how come white people are only called Americans but black are called African Americans?
look it up in a dictionary
Francis Haines has written: 'The Plains Indians' -- subject(s): Indians of North America 'Indians of the Great Basin and Plateau' -- subject(s): Indians of North America 'Indians of the Great Basin and Plateau' -- subject(s): Indians of North America 'Appaloosa' -- subject(s): Appaloosa horse, Horses in art 'Red eagles of the Northwest' 'Horses in America' -- subject(s): Horses, History
Charles De Wolf Brownell has written: 'The Indian races of North and South America' 'The Indian races of America' -- subject(s): Indians, Indians of North America, Indians of South America, Wars
Indians were the ancient most habitants of America called Paataal. When Christopher Columbus took his first voyage to America he met Indians only there but the European Nations especially the British distorted the History and those Native Indians were named Red Indians. It is all a distortion of history manipulated by the European nations though all historians agree and believe that Indians (Aryans) travelled on a land route via Beiring Bridge to Alaska and were… Read More
Plains Indians Eastern Woodland Indians and Northwest Coastal Indians
all the indians that lived
Experts speculate 30,000-15,000 years ago. Many Native American tribes believe they were created on the North American Continent.
They were following the herd of animals and because they were nomadic they moved as the animals moved eventually finding a home that suit their needs.
no, they lived in england.they built the ship called the mayflower to come to america,they met some indians,and celerbrated the first thanksgiving.
People from England came to America. They were called Pilgrims. They came to America in 1620. The Pilgrims wanted freedom of religion. They wanted to choose their own church. They came on a ship they called the Mayflower. The Pilgrims lived in a place called Plymouth. The Indians (Native Americans) helped them build http://wiki.answers.com/Q/Why_did_Pilgrims_come_to_America# and find food. The Native Americans (Indians) were the first people to live in America.
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Christopher Colubus did. He named them Indians because he was trying to sail around the world to India, and was not expecting America. Therefore, when he found America was inhabited, he called the residents of America Indians, because he thought he reached India.
Native Americans in S. America and N. America including Central America, in India we just call them Indians. We call Native Americans indians because columbus made the critical mistake of thinking he landed on the sub-continent of India for a new spice trade with the Indians and called them natives "Indians" due to this mistake.
The Miskito Indians. mayas