Native Americans are the pioneers to inhabit the lands in America. The origin of these tribes can be traced back to a span of 15,000 years. Starting off with hunting in the wild, the Native Americans have developed a very fine system of living over the years. Here are some interesting facts to dive deep into the Native American way of history!
Based on the data collected in the 2010 census, Native Americans comprise almost 1.7% of the total American population.
Years have passed, the world has moved swiftly on, but the Native Americans still hold onto their strong, tribal systems and beliefs.
Native Americans are very important guides! They help through their trails to explore the American continent.
Even today, Native Americans follow rituals like a worship war dance and bloody sacrifices to please their gods.
In comparison, the nervousness and restlessness is twice as common in Native Americans than in Â Caucasians!
The major cause of death for the people belonging to the different tribes of the Native Americans is same as the general population, suicide!
There are 26 states in the USA whose names have Native American origins.
The Native American tribes have a database of over 250 different languages used as their second languages of communication; however, they speak English as their first language.
There is a vast range of homes that the Native Americans used to build, but the most interesting fact is that they used to make houses out of blocks of ice.
According to a geological estimation, the Native American lands comprise a considerable portion of the country’s energy resources. An approximation makes it a total of 10 percent for all the Native American lands.