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1 Legend holds that Native Americans Shared cranberries with the Pilgrims at the first Thanksgiving in 1621.
2 When Spanish explorers first entered the area now known as Hollywood, Native Americans were living in the canyons of the Santa Monica Mountains.
3 As a Native American raised in a white environment, I have never seen things in black and white but always in many colors and shades of gray.
4 Thorpe was a Native American who excelled at every sport he ever played.
5 Some people believe the colonists assimilated with neighboring Native Americans; others think they were either killed by their neighbors or sunk at sea while trying to flee.
6 An alternative American breakfast could be cereal with milk, juice, and toast or pancakes or waffles with syrup and butter, juice, and white milk.
7 Native Americans once wove baskets and sandals from this tree's leaves and ate its buds and seeds.
8 A variant form of the EDAR gene is very common in East Asians and Native Americans, and is probably the reason that these populations have thicker hair than Europeans or Africans.
9 If the QE2 policy is said to be an optimized choice for the native American, or a better policy choice, while it may not so from the standpoint of the planet and might cause some side effects.
10 lot of that stuff, Eli is based off of, along with Native American and the Shaolin monks.
11 Bronze turkeys were a cross between European domestic turkeys brought from Europe by colonists and native American turkeys.
12 David Brent didn't quote him, as far as we know; he preferred books on Native American wisdom, particularly if they contained a forward by Duncan Goodhew.
13 Then again, why would we be expected to treat alien microbes any differently that we treated the Native Americans in our conquest of the West?
14 Native American tribes such as the Cherokee and Shawnee later used the trails to make attacks on each other.
15 the Pilgrims sat down with a group of Native Americans for a harvest feast - the precursor to the Thanksgiving holiday we celebrate today.
16 Hakomi Method, whose etymology is in the Native American for "who are you?" was developed by American Ron Kurtz, who was inspired by his personal experience, itself driven by curiosity.
17 The outcome for us would be much as when Christopher Columbus first landed in America, which didn’t turn out very well for the Native Americans.
18 The Clovis people were believed to be the first to colonise North America after emigrating from Asia, and are said to be the ancestors of all present day Native American tribes.
19 People feel that they have a natural right to throw away as much stuff as they like, just as those lucky native Americans chucked the shells from their plentiful oyster piles over their shoulders.
20 In that sense, the meaning of the term "foreigner" in America has always been relative, because apart from the native American Indians, Americans are (or were) to some extent all foreigners anyway.
21 But we will say, as a general rule, we believe this person could be a white individual or a black or African-American individual, or perhaps Hispanic, Native American.
22 This time we want to talk about the crumbling schools that are stealing the future of black children and white children and Asian children and Hispanic children and Native American children.
23 Research has shown that Blacks, Hispanics, and Native Americans score differently on a number of variables in the cs compared to White Americans.
24 As Obama on updating the look of the Oval Office, in came four pieces of pottery by contemporary Native American artists, all on loan from the National Museum of the American Indian.
25 youth Renaissance is rooted, I think, in the elders' tenacity, 1970s activism and a backlash against the mass media's depiction of Native Americans.
26 Today we tell about a large National Park established to protect the culture of ancient Native Americans. It is called Mesa Verde.
27 I thought, 'that's the place that Native Americans came from,'" he says now from his laboratory at Arizona State University in Tempe.
28 NATIVE AMERICANS have taken a beating in American cinema dating back to silent pictures, generally depicted as marauding terrorists at worst or noble savages at best.
29 They arranged a friendly treaty with the Native American Indians, built houses in the wilderness, and raised sufficient crops to feed themselves for the upcoming long winter.
30 Champlain settled the first permanent settlement in present-day Canada and created a thriving trade with the native Americans for beaver pelts.