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- nonetheless considered "indigenous peoples of the Americas". The term Amerindian (a blend of "American and Indian") and its cognates find preferred use...
- descendants of Europeans, Amerindians, and West Africans. In some places they were defined as neither exclusively mestizo (Amerindian-European descent), nor...
- of mutations to be easily studied. The pattern indicates Indigenous Amerindians experienced two very distinctive genetic episodes: first with the initial...
- self-ascription, around 600,000 Argentines declared to be Amerindian or first-generation descendants of Amerindians, that is, 1.49% of the po****tion. The most populous...
- "Indigenous peoples" is the preferred term in Mexico to refer to the Amerindian ethnic groups in North America Constitución Política de los Estados Unidos...
- The genetic history of Indigenous peoples of the Americas (also named Amerindians or Amerinds in physical anthropology) is divided into two sharply distinct...
- The Algonquian–Basque pidgin was a Basque-based pidgin spoken by Basque whalers and various Algonquian peoples. It was spoken around the Gulf of Saint...
- Lyle Campbell lists several hypotheses for the historical origins of Amerindian languages. A single, one-language migration (not widely accepted) A few...
- people) and caboclo (brown people originally of European–Amerindian admixture, or ****imilated Amerindians). The term mestiços can also refer to fully African...
- mulattoes, are far more numerous than blacks. Amerindians. The indigenous po****tion of Latin America, the Amerindians, arrived during the Lithic stage. In post-Columbian...
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