The Native American Map provides a useful overview of the location of the various tribes of American Indians of North America. The map is color coded and gives a visual idea of the many tribes of American Indians and the vast area the indigenous population of American Indian Tribes covered.
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The above map is an historical map and sadly illustrates the dying culture in respect of the American Indian tribes. The tribal areas illustrated are those at the earliest time of European contact, as far as can be determined. Since European contact occurred at different times in different areas, there are no accurate historical Native American maps reflecting the location of the North American Indians of the entire continent in a single time period.
Native American Map - Cultural Groups
The cultural groups of American Indians are categorised according to divisions of American Indian Groups as illustrated on the Native American Group map. There are ten primary groups categorised as follows which are are separated by location shown on the map.
Map showing Artic Native American Indians
Map showing Sub-Artic Native American Indians
Map showing Northwest Coast American Indians
Map showing Northeast - Eastern Woodland Indians
Map showing Plateau American Indians
Map showing Great Plains American Indians
Map showing Great Basin American Indians
Map showing Southeast American Indians
Map showing Southwest American Indians
Map showing California American Indians
Native American Groups Map
Native American Map - Historical Map The Native American Map shows the location of famous tribes in the areas as detailed below.
Tribes of Great Plains Indians: The Map indicates this area was inhabited by Native Indian tribes of the Pawnee, Arapaho, Sioux, Cheyenne, Crow, Comanche - the Blackfoot tribe also lived in this area
Tribes of Northwest Coast Native American Indians: The Map indicates this area was inhabited by the Chinook Native Indian tribe - the Haida, Eyak, Coast Salish, Tlingit, Tillamook and Chimakum tribes also lived in this area
Tribes of Northeast Eastern Woodland Indians: The Map indicates this area was inhabited by Native Indian tribes of the Miami, Lenape, Iroquois, Massachusett, Powhatan, Abenaki, Shawnee and Pequot - the Fox, Sauk, Wampanoag, Delaware, Huron (Wyandot), Mohawk, Mohican and Menominee tribes also lived in this area
Tribes of Plateau Native American Indians: The Map indicates this area was inhabited by Native Indian tribes of the Nez Perce and Yakima - the Klamath, Modoc, Salish (Flathead) and Walla Walla tribes also lived in this area
Tribes of Great Basin Native American Indians: The Native American Map indicates this area was inhabited by Native Indian tribes of the Shoshone and Paiute - the Ute and Bannock tribes also lived in this area
Tribes of Southeast Native American Indians: The Map indicates this area was inhabited by Native Indian tribes of the Natchez, Cherokee, Chickasaw, Choctaw, Creek and Seminole
Tribes of Southwest Native American Indians: The Map indicates this area was inhabited by Native Indian tribes of the Pueblo, Apache and Navajo - the Hopi, Zuni and Yuam tribes also lived in this area
Tribes of California Native American Indians: The Map indicates this area was inhabited by Native Indian tribes of the Chumash - the Hokan, Maidu, Miwok, Pomo and Serrano tribes also lived in this area
Tribes of Sub-Artic Native American Indians: The Map does not indicate this area but it was inhabited by Native Indian tribes of the Ingalik, Kuchin, Beaver, Chippewa (Ojibwa), Cree and Naskapi
Native American Map - Migration of Tribes Many of the Indian tribes migrated to different areas following contact with the Europeans and made homes throughout the North American continent. The introduction of the horse, leading to the Indian Horse Culture, by the Europeans made the area of the Great Plains very appealing due to the plentiful buffalo that roamed across the prairies and plains.
Tribes including the Winnebago, Iowa, Otoe, Omaha, Kansa, Osage, Sioux or Dakota, Pawnee, Hidatsa, Crow and the Mandan people migrated to different areas ranging from the northeast, the southeast, the Plains and Northern California.
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