Little Beard's Town
Little Beard's Town, also known as Chenussio (in Seneca) and "Genesee Castle", was a powerful Seneca town in the Genesee River Valley near modern Leicester in Livingston County, New York, where Cuyler...
Kolmer Site
The Kolmer Site is an archaeological site in the far southwest of the U.S. state of Illinois. Located near Kaskaskia and Prairie du Rocher in western Randolph County, it lies at the site of an early ...
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Waddells Mill Pond Site
The Waddells Mill Pond Site is an archaeological site located seven miles northwest of Marianna, Florida. On December 15, 1972, it was added to the U.S. National Register of Historic Places.This was t...
Onaquaga
Onaquaga (also spelled many other ways) was a large Iroquois village, located on both sides of the Susquehanna River near present-day Windsor, New York. During the American Revolutionary War, the Con...
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Great Tellico
Great Tellico was a Cherokee town at the site of present-day Tellico Plains, Tennessee, where the Tellico River emerges from the Appalachian Mountains. Great Tellico was one of the largest Cherokee to...
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Perin Village Site
The Perin Village Site is an archaeological site in the southwestern part of the U.S. state of Ohio. Located in Newtown in Hamilton County, it is believed to have been inhabited by peoples of the Hop...
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Kaposia
Kaposia was a seasonal American Indian settlement, also known as "Little Crow's village," after a long line of tribe Chiefs named Little Crow.
The settlement was within the limits of the modern ci...
Cofitachequi
Cofitachequi was a paramount chiefdom founded about 1300 AD and encountered by the Hernando de Soto expedition in South Carolina in April 1540. Cofitachequi was later visited by Juan Pardo during his...
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List of Mississippian sites
This is a list of Mississippian sites. The Mississippian culture was a mound-building Native American culture that flourished in what is now the Midwestern, Eastern, and Southeastern United States fro...
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Canajoharie
Canajoharie, also known as the "Upper Castle", was the name of a town of the Mohawk nation. The community stretched for a mile and a half along the southern bank of the Mohawk River, from a village kn...
List of traditional territories of the indigenous peoples of North America
This list of traditional territories of the original peoples of North America gives an overview of the names of the indigenous "countries" of North America. In this sense, "country" refers to the name...
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Blood Run Site
96°35′W / 43.47°N 96.58°W / 43.47; -96.58The Blood Run Site is an archaeological site on the border of the US states of Iowa and South Dakota. The site was essentially populat...
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Papago Park
Papago Park /ˈpæpəɡoʊ/ is a municipal park of the cities of Phoenix and Tempe, Arizona, USA. It has been designated as a Phoenix Point of Pride.It includes Hunt's Tomb, which is listed on the National...
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Coast Indian Reservation
The Coast Indian Reservation is a former Indian reservation in the U.S. state of Oregon, established in 1855. It was gradually greatly reduced in size to become the present-day Siletz Reservation.
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Onondaga (village)
Onondaga was a village that served as the capital of the Iroquois League and the primary settlement of the Onondaga nation. It was the meeting place of the Iroquois Grand Council.The location of the v...
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Wakatomika
Wakatomika was the name of two 18th century Shawnee villages in what is now the U.S. state of Ohio. The name was also spelled Wapatomica, Waketomika, and Waketameki, among other variations, but the si...
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Zumblito, California
Zumblito is a former Salinan settlement in Monterey County, California. Its precise location is unknown.
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Indian old field
Indian Old Field, or simply Old Field, was a common term used in Colonial American times and up until the early nineteenth century United States, by white explorers, surveyors, cartographers and settl...
Moundville Archaeological Site
Moundville Archaeological Site, also known as the Moundville Archaeological Park, is a Mississippian culture site on the Black Warrior River in Hale County, near the city of Tuscaloosa, Alabama. Exten...
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Cary Village Site
The Cary Village Site (designated 33-MA-6) is an archaeological site in the west-central portion of the U.S. state of Ohio. Located southeast of the village of Plain City in Madison County, the site ...
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Population of Native California
Estimates of the Native Californian population have varied substantially, both with respect to California's pre-contact count and for changes during subsequent periods. Pre-contact estimates range fro...
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Fort Hunter, New York
Fort Hunter is a hamlet in the town of Florida in Montgomery County, New York, on the north bank of the Mohawk River at Schoharie Creek.In the 18th century, Fort Hunter was built as a fort near the lo...