Experts speculate 30,000-15,000 years ago. Many Native American
tribes believe they were created on the North American
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.
They came to the Americas in about 1000 B.C.
Lacrosse came from the Indians who first settled in America.
The Mayan Indians lived in Central America, northern South America, and in Mexico. The Mayan civilization was very large and far reaching.
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.
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.
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.
Some people think that the Indians came from Asia during the ice age and ended up in Alaska and moved south.
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.