During the early days of the British colonies Anglo-Europeans of the colonial and early federal period considered these tribes to be "civilized" according to their own world view. Image credit: Wikipedia Creative Commons - Heironymous Rowe
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"Goo dancer! Goo dancer!" LOL. I love quiz shows, too, Patty. Thanks for answering.
It's fun - I would not know if I had no native heritage prob'ly, :)
I think you would have have known anyway. You seem to be very knowledgeable on NA. You must be, and should be, very proud of your heritage, Patty.
Gosh, thanks. I studied NA for years in high school/university/afterward, but did not find out about myself for sure until I was about 36 -- I'm thrilled with it!
Hi MizB. not on every Q I ask. I usually give a thumbs up to all answers. The Qs I ask are interesting that people with the knowledge race here (LOL) AND I choose the first correct 1. My great nephew is part Cherokee from the Eastern Band.
I've noticed in on most I've viewed lately. What is your nephew's surname? My ancestors American names were Allen and Deaton.
Then you will have to go back to earlier Qs to see. Cook
Many who are familiar with Native American history do know the answer off the top of their head. Thanks, Old Empresario for commenting.