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VARIETY
INTERIOR
SPANIARDS
LIFE
BEOTHUK INDIGENOUS PEOPLE
INDIGENOUS PEOPLE INHABITING
GUATEMALA
VOLCANO
CANADA
RIGHT
KNOWLEDGE
BUDDHISM
INUIT
GREENLAND
FIRST
INDIANS
AMERICAS
NORTHERN NORWAY
SAMI CULTURE
KARUK
CHAMORRO
TAIWANESE ABORIGINES
LIVE
MODERN AUTHORS
THOUGHT
SECTION
NUMBER
PLACE
BRAZIL
POLYNESIAN PEOPLE
COLONIAL PEOPLE
MAORI PEOPLE
NAGA PEOPLE
MINAHASA PEOPLE
MICRONESIAN
SAMI PEOPLE
YEARS
THOUSANDS
STATE
RELATIONS
THEMSELVES
DEMAND
PRIOR
TIME IMMEMORIAL
PARTS
RIGHTS
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Definitions

  1. The indigenous people are a mix of African, Arab, and Asian (mostly Indian and Malay) descent.
  2. The indigenous people are Micronesian; other inhabitants are Chamorro and Filipino.
  3. The indigenous people are demanding that Petrobras withdraw from the national park, which has been declared a biosphere reserve by Unesco.
  4. The indigenous people, the Yakut, are a Turkic folk, with a considerable admixture of aboriginal Tungus.
  5. Being an indigenous people, the Kadazans are inferred the same political, educational and economic rights as the predominant Malay population of Malaysia.

Variety

  1. By all accounts, the Latin-speaking people of the Roman Empire represented both a variety of indigenous people as well as colonists who came into the region.

Interior

  1. The Spanish were barred by their laws from slaving of indigenous people, leaving them without a commercial interest deep in the interior of the Amazon basin.
  2. He eliminated the 40 mile boundary between the Liberian and the indigenous people of the interior, which had been used to contain the indigenous people.

Spaniards

  1. The early church was closely related to the indigenous people and the Spaniards.

Life

  1. The confederation and each separate group of indigenous people have worked, since the 1980s, for bettering the life of the aboriginal peoples.
  2. The Orang Asli, or indigenous people, with their intriguing traditions and way of life, adds color to Pahang's heritage.

Beothuk Indigenous People

  1. The Beothuk language (also Beothukan) was the language spoken by the Beothuk indigenous people of Newfoundland.

Indigenous People Inhabiting

  1. The Badagas are an indigenous people inhabiting the Nilgiri Hills of Tamil Nadu, southern India.
  2. Another theory is that the name was in the first place a French word, describing the area which was then applied to the indigenous people inhabiting it.
  3. These dates are consistent with the oral tradition of the indigenous people inhabiting the area.

Guatemala

  1. The indigenous people defeated the Spaniards and forced them to withdraw to Guatemala.

Volcano

  1. Cotopaxi is commonly depicted in the traditional paintings of the indigenous people of Tigua as the volcano holds significant cultural value.

Canada

  1. They are working against the Supreme Court of Canada which has told them time and time again they must treat Indigenous People with respect.

Right

  1. Instead it is the right to self-determination that the Palestinian people have as the indigenous people of Palestine.
  2. It is the first case in Botswana to argue that the San, being the indigenous people, have a right to their ancestral land and culture.

Knowledge

  1. But indigenous people say that the seed of knowledge and culture never dies,' says Liz.

Buddhism

  1. Balinese Hinduism has roots in Indian Hinduism and in Buddhism, and adopted the animistic traditions of the indigenous people.

Inuit

  1. In 1999, the federal government created Nunavut pursuant to a land claim agreement reached with Inuit, the indigenous people of Canada’s Eastern Arctic.

Greenland

  1. The Inuit are the indigenous people of Greenland.

First

  1. The Spaniards actually killed some of the indigenous people when they first invaded the indigenous territory.

Indians

  1. Michael Coe tells the story of Mexico through it's common denominator: the indigenous people, the "Indians.

Americas

  1. Thus the large-scale contact with Europeans after 1492 introduced novel germs to the indigenous people of the Americas.

Northern Norway

  1. Sami people have been recognized as the indigenous people in Northern Norway.

Sami Culture

  1. Get to know the Sami culture of indigenous people in Finnmark, Norwegian Lapland.

Karuk

  1. Karuk (also Karok) is an indigenous people of California in the United States.

Chamorro

  1. I am Chamorro, meaning I am person who has the native blood of the indigenous people of the island of Guam.

Taiwanese Aborigines

  1. Saaroa (autonym: ɬaʔalua) is a Southern Tsouic language is spoken by the Saaroa, a tribe of indigenous people on Taiwan (see Taiwanese aborigines).

Live

  1. The glacier's demise means less water and a changing way of life for the 30,000 mostly indigenous people who live in the foothills of Cotacachi Mountain.
  2. Fijian people are the major indigenous people of the Fiji Islands (not to be confused with Indians in Fiji), and live in an area informally called Melanesia.
  3. You can meet the Saami, the indigenous people of the north, and learn about their traditions and how they live today.

Modern Authors

  1. Some modern authors consider them to be an indigenous people who were Celticized culturally and possibly genetically through intermarriage.

Thought

  1. Two schools of thought have emerged regarding the origin of the indigenous people of the West Indies.
  2. All haplogroups I are the indigenous people of Europe, the direct descendants of Cro-Magnon (it isn't R1b as previously thought).

Section

  1. No matter how these flags bulk large in the affections of our indigenous people, they can only ever be symbols for one section of the Australian community.

Number

  1. As of 2002, the total number of indigenous people in Taiwan was 433,689.

Place

  1. Most of the Tamils and Sinhalese believe that this place is sacred to them and they are the indigenous people of the area.

Brazil

  1. Until 1500, Brazil was inhabited solely by indigenous people, mainly of the Tupi and Guarani ethnic groups.
  2. Acai (pronounced ah-sigh-ee) is an antioxidant rich dark purple berry which has been used by the indigenous people of Brazil for years.

Polynesian People

  1. Hawaiian is the ancestral language of the indigenous people of the Hawaiian Islands, the Hawaiians, a Polynesian people.

Colonial People

  1. It's always going to be antagonistic relationship between indigenous people and the colonial people.

Maori People

  1. The Maori people are the indigenous people of New Zealand.

Naga People

  1. Bandung then was called "Paris van Java.The indigenous people of West Java are the Sundanese, the Bantenese, the Naga people, and the Badui people.

Minahasa People

  1. The indigenous people of this province are the Manado and Minahasa people.The province has a vast amount of coconut plantations fringed along the coastline.

Micronesian

  1. The indigenous people are Micronesian.

Sami People

  1. The breed has its origins as a reindeer herder of the Sami people, the indigenous people of an area in the Nordic countries.
  2. Norwegians, unlike their neighbors, already used the word "finn" for the Sami people[ 36] who were the indigenous people on the same area.

Years

  1. The area around Zamboanga Peninsula has been occupied by indigenous people as early as 30,000 years ago.
  2. There are many indigenous people who have lived in South Africa for thousands of years.
  3. They are the indigenous people of southern Africa, and have lived there for tens of thousands of years.
  4. The area of present Cagayan de Oro has been occupied by indigenous people for approximately 40,000 years.

Thousands

  1. Sutherlandia frutescens has been used for thousands of years by the indigenous people of South Africa to treat chronic and acute digestive complaints.
  2. Thousands of jobs were created not only for coastal Liberians, but for the indigenous people of the interior.

State

  1. A number of indigenous people represent electorates at State and Territorial level, and South Australia has had an Aboriginal Governor, Sir Douglas Nicholls.
  2. A number of Indigenous people represent electorates at State and Territorial level, and South Australia has had an Aboriginal Governor, Sir Douglas Nicholls.

Relations

  1. The elevation of Tubman to the presidency of Liberia marked a watershed in relations between the Liberian people and the indigenous people of the interior.

Themselves

  1. Licancabur is a Cunza word that the indigenous people of this area used to refer to themselves as well as to the volcano.

Demand

  1. Cardoso led a movement of indigenous people to demand that 15,000 hectares in the area be declared indigenous territory.
  2. These primarily occurred due to shifts in ideology, the economic exhaustion from the war and increased demand by indigenous people for self-determination.

Prior

  1. Prior to the establishment of modern Zambia, the indigenous people lived in independent tribes, each with their own ways of life.

Time Immemorial

  1. We as Indigenous People have depended on the land since time immemorial.

Parts

  1. The Basques are an indigenous people who inhabit parts of both Spain and France.

Rights

  1. To strategize status elevation and assert the rights of the Bethechilokono [Indigenous People of Saint Lucia].
  2. The good news is that there are various organizations that are working today to preserve and defend the rights of indigenous people.

Categories

  1. Maori Party
  2. Geography > Regions > Northern Europe > Sami
  3. People > Age > People > Celts
  4. Continents > Oceania > Polynesia > Māori
  5. Zealand

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