American Indian Heritage Month is observed every November in the United States. Learn the etymology of many English words that have American Indian origins, find a list of the best American Indian novels and insightful proverbs, and read a glossary of American Indian terms.
Notable American Indians
American Indian Tribes
Culture and Contemporary Issues
- Native American Proverbs and Wisdom
- The R Word: Washington Redskins Controversy
- How Native Americans Got Game
- Top Ten American Indian Novels
- American Indian Myths
- Terminology: American Indian versus Native American
- American Indian Quotes
- Glossary of American Indian Terms
- American Indian Loan Words
- American Indian and Alaska Native Population in the 2010 U.S. Census
- American Indians by the Numbers
- Facts About Indians Today
- Indian Languages Spoken at Home
- Native American Languages
- Native American Music
- North American Native Art
- Native American Prophets
- Native American Church
- American Indian Movement (AIM)
- Bureau of Indian Affairs
Main American Indian Heritage Month page.
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