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HEyHEY Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Sat Jul-17-04 04:43 AM
Response to Reply #21
23. Moof need not explain moof
:-)

Yeah, in a perfect world we would teach our childrent the differnt bands.
Actually I try to make a point of knowing in my area. It is difficult though.
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  -"Native'" Vrs "Indian" HEyHEY  Jul-17-04 03:29 AM   #0 
  - I usually use the term "American Indian"  tritsofme   Jul-17-04 03:39 AM   #1 
  - Well, I'm in Canada  HEyHEY   Jul-17-04 03:43 AM   #2 
  - Thats the term I use as well.  Jack_DeLeon   Jul-17-04 04:00 AM   #7 
  - My mother preferred Native American to Indian... But Tsa La Gi  Solly Mack   Jul-17-04 03:47 AM   #3 
  - Did she ever say why she didn't like...  ronabop   Jul-17-04 03:58 AM   #6 
     - She liked Tsa La Gi....  Solly Mack   Jul-17-04 04:02 AM   #9 
        - Oh, sorry, misread your post. n/t  ronabop   Jul-17-04 04:06 AM   #13 
           - Not a problem. I should have been more clear  Solly Mack   Jul-17-04 04:11 AM   #15 
  - I come from AZ, and over there...  ronabop   Jul-17-04 03:53 AM   #4 
  - As a native born descendant of the First Nation  JimWar   Jul-17-04 03:57 AM   #5 
  - My friend made a good point  HEyHEY   Jul-17-04 04:01 AM   #8 
     - Pokanocket  JimWar   Jul-17-04 04:13 AM   #16 
        - Whereabout is that?  HEyHEY   Jul-17-04 04:50 AM   #24 
           - rhode island, usa  JimWar   Jul-17-04 05:06 AM   #27 
  - It's your choice.  Zorra   Jul-17-04 04:03 AM   #10 
  - never liked the term " Indians "  moof   Jul-17-04 04:03 AM   #11 
  - ....  HEyHEY   Jul-17-04 04:07 AM   #14 
  - Are you a...  ronabop   Jul-17-04 04:19 AM   #17 
  - Actually in Canada it's common  HEyHEY   Jul-17-04 04:21 AM   #19 
  - If it is a term like " Native American " to cover all  moof   Jul-17-04 04:40 AM   #21 
     - Moof need not explain moof  HEyHEY   Jul-17-04 04:43 AM   #23 
  - I like "Human Being" also.  Swamp_Rat   Jul-17-04 05:52 AM   #28 
  - "America" spans from Canada down through Argentina IMHO n/t  Independent429   Jul-17-04 08:15 AM   #33 
  - Native American  Piperay   Jul-17-04 04:04 AM   #12 
  - "Native Americans"  RoyGBiv   Jul-17-04 04:20 AM   #18 
  - Thanks Roy  OKNancy   Jul-17-04 05:58 AM   #29 
  - I thought "First Nations" was preferred in Canada.  Bridget Burke   Jul-17-04 04:39 AM   #20 
  - Good point  HEyHEY   Jul-17-04 04:41 AM   #22 
  - the true official answer  iverglas   Jul-17-04 04:53 AM   #25 
  - Hang tight - I gotta take notes  HEyHEY   Jul-17-04 05:00 AM   #26 
  - In Oregon, Native American is acceptable.  Harrad   Jul-17-04 08:00 AM   #30 
  - so we should not  Blue Wally   Jul-17-04 08:09 AM   #31 
  - I thought those folks preferred American Indian or Indian?  Independent429   Jul-17-04 08:12 AM   #32 
  - I prefer Native American to Indian.  LWolf   Jul-17-04 08:19 AM   #34 
  - I usually refer to myself as an indian.  bhunt70   Jul-17-04 08:54 AM   #35 
  - As the head of the Umatilla tribal council once told me,  swag   Jul-17-04 08:59 AM   #36 
  - thats a good one.  bhunt70   Jul-17-04 09:00 AM   #37 
     - Yeah, he's a good guy  swag   Jul-17-04 09:06 AM   #38 
  - As a Commanche Indian (partial), I prefer "Amerind"  dumpster_baby   Jul-17-04 09:17 AM   #39 
  - "Native American" is p.c. "Indian" refers to "from India."  TexasSissy   Jul-17-04 09:47 AM   #40 
 

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