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Diné Bizaad


Even RUSSIANS are Navajos / Hosh dotsahii Dine'e can Russia be Hoosi, Hasi, just the first Hosh doh Tsahii / Ask Chirachura regarding this they laugh and laugh and laugh, I am not joking this is serious but it amazes my emotion /

The legends goes the "Navajos migrated around the world Four times around the world which suggest that We left FOOT prints emerged a name Diné bikeyah and the last return is the 5th world this world is known as Ni’hodisǫs, the mixture of white and red black race of people the GLITTERING world, the BOW/ARROW are Hunters and Gatherers the 13th society of the ancient, the Agriculture, and the Bow and Arrow is the Number "Thirteen", Arrow is ONE, Bow is Three 13, Did I hear Mayan have another ending of Thirteen?.

SOME NATIVE AMERICAN LANGUAGE FAMILIES:

ESKIMO-ALEUT: Inuit 


NA-DENE (ATHABASCAN): Navajo, Apache, Tlingit, Haida 


ALGONQUIAN/ALGIC: Mohican, Mic-Mac, Abenaki, Delaware, Cree, Ojibwa/Chippewa, Cheyenne, Blackfoot, Shawnee, Potowatomi, Arapaho, Illinois 


IROQUOIS: Mohawk, Oneida, Seneca, Cherokee, Tuscarora, Onondaga


MUSKOGEAN: Seminole, Choctaw, Chickasaw


SIOUAN: Iowa, Omaha, Dakota, Winnebago, Crow, Lakota 


SALISHAN: Salish, Spokane, Coeur d'Alene


ZUNI: Zuni


PENUTIAN: Chinook 


UTO-AZTECAN: Hopi, Shoshone, Nahuatl, Comanche 


MAYAN: Maya, Quiché, Yucatec, Huastec, Tzotzil, Chontal, Chol 


QUECHUA: Quechua (in parts of Peru, Ecuador, Chile, Bolivia, Argentina) 


ARAWAK: Arawak (in Surinam and Guyana) 


CARIB: Carib (in Venezuela), Wayana (in Surinam) 


TUPI-GUARANI: Guarani (in parts of Paraguay, Argentina) 


ARAUCANIAN: Huilliche, Mapudungun

Niłch'i Diné'e of the Americas 

"Stretching from Baja California to New Mexico and from Utah and Colorado south to the regions of Sonora and Chihuahua, the southwestern region of North America is characterized by diversity in land- scape and culture. The people indigenous to this region include speakers of the Yuman, Seri, Piman, and Southern Athapaskan (Na-Dene) languages, as well as the culturally defined Pueblo groups. The languages and cultures of these five groups differ markedly, and the five are presumed to have experienced separate origins and prehistories.


The study of prehistory of the southwestern region of North America is dominated by evidence of geographically widespread archaeological cultures practiced by multi ethnic groups exhibiting marked language diversity. Ironically, in contrast to the great linguistic diversity, the region is genetically characterized by a remarkably homogenous and high frequency of mitochondrial DNA (mtDNA)"