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History of Native Americans Fun Facts

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Sequoyah's creation of a system of reading and writing eventually led to a nearly 100% literacy rate among the Cherokee.
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History of Native Americans
Jim Thorpe won gold in the pentathlon and the decathlon at the 1912 Olympics and later played professional football and baseball.
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History of Native Americans
In 1893, Standing Bear appeared in Buffalo Bill's famous Wild West show and visited the World's Columbian Exposition while both events took place in Chicago.
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History of Native Americans
The largest city in Nebraska is named after the Omaha tribe, which never fought in a war against the US government.
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History of Native Americans
Less than one month before the battle, Sitting Bull claimed to have received a vision of his people defeating the enemy in a great victory.
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History of Native Americans
Tecumseh's brother Tenskwatawa was known as "The Prophet," and his influence helped Tecumseh unite thousands of warriors behind his cause.
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History of Native Americans
During his time as a prisoner of war from 1886, until he died in 1909, Geronimo appeared in numerous exhibitions, including the 1901 Pan-American Exposition in Buffalo.
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History of Native Americans
Sacagawea helped Lewis and Clark communicate with the various Native American tribes within the Louisiana Purchase territory.
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History of Native Americans
Scholars debate exactly how many natives roamed North America before Christopher Columbus, but there were at least 900,000 at a minimum.

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