The Indigenous People of America - Documentary

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  • Check out my latest documentary on the history of the greeks! cs-tv.org/tv/video-Y_B0bh7MXgI.html

    • @Gwendolyyn Pulliam HEY STUPID, blacks are from Africa, I'M MOHEGAN AND I AM NOT BLACK NEITHER ARE ANY OF MY RELATIVES, shove your lies.

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    • @NORTH 02 you are full of mistakes in your video, your history is inaccurate and somewhat prejudicial in its approach although I doubt that your even aware of that. Some of the things you said were fairly true some was blatantly wrong.

    • @Calon Arang You are correct, however there are 3 branches the Dakota the Lakota and Nakota, the Dakota were the eastern most branch called " woodland Sioux" from Minnesota the Lakota was the western or teton Sioux while the Nakota where spread out along the Missouri river. The differences between these people is purely dialect, there spiritual beliefs are identical and they sing the same songs and perform the same ceremonies. For instance the phrase "lila wast'e yelo" is Lakota meaning "very good" in Dakota it would be "dida wast'e yedo" the D replaces the L, and Nakota it's the N, however the differences in Nakota can be a little more profound. The Lakota and Dakota have no difficulties understanding each other but with some of the Nakota peoples they struggled to understand each other. I myself am Oglalla Lakota, one of the seven tribes of the Lakota oyate (people) there are also Minneconjou, Hunkpapa and Sicangu also called Brule, among a few more. The Dakota oyate where also divided into 7 council fires as well.

  • This is Gods land. We can live here and are expected to care for the land, the air, water, and ourselves. People are expected to do more than simply exist. This is our time and place to achieve goals such as finding cures for diseases etc.

  • They are Asians peoples...

  • If you're a Blackman you're An Aboriginal First Nations of the Americas💥 but if you're an EuroAsian or a $5.00 European Indian... 😆 calling yourself an American Indian.. 😆... You are Not!☝🏿💥

  • ❤️🌟

  • It is a common misconception that Mesoamerican and Andean civilizations were in the stone age when in fact they were well into the bronze age and can be considered late bronze age civilizations. Native peoples in these regions still used obsidian for weapons due to the lack of armor and the fact that obsidian is much sharper than bronze and iron thus making it a better weapon for unarmored opponents. The idea that obsidian was sacred and was to be used in ritualized combat also played a part as well, particularly in Mesoamerica. In terms of tools however, bronze was very common and used extensively so to say that metal use in the Americas was rare is not necessarily true. By the time of the Spanish arrival, military societies like the Aztecs were increasingly starting to wear light armor made of cotton and cactus fibres thus making obsidian weapons increasingly obsolete so even in terms of weaponry, many peoples in these regions were beginning to phase out obsidian and stone as weapons as well.

  • Human beings are indigenous to AFRICA. check your genetics

    • Correction, humans have an origin in Africa. As they spread out across the world, they migrated, evolving and changing with many things playing a part in that. Some people continued on, while others stopped and planted roots where they were. Indigenous communities began to form. As they separated from other groups, their genetics became distinct from one another, including, as time went on, appearances. So basically if you made the comment to say that the first native Americans were African, no. They were genetically distinct from Africans. Your comment, also being so all encompassing, allows Eurocentric individualsto to say that they themselves have a claim to lands in Africa let alone the ancient civilizations. Naturally that’s not the case.

  • Great Nation!

  • Wow... You actually know nothing of the Shoshone people.... You just skipped right over them!!

  • Really interesting. Thank you.👍

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    • HEY STUPID, blacks come from Africa, genetics have proven that, I'm Mohegan, and I AM NOT BLACK, NEITHER ARE ANY OF MY RELATIVES.

  • Why did you do that to the infinite masculine point of destroying beauty, to then literally only have to bring a boy to justice as subject infinitely that evil way of unkindness, about supporting a girl's weight when it's impossible in binding her beyond the eradicated? What an ugly creation to not have let guard down in being part of. The infinite stupidest point of the masculine as a reduction - the point of the antichrist to Satan, the number 1/11 - the infinite stupidest point of all ways of patriarchy in the least place forcing it that way like the worst transferrence of a war on a mother and her son in the bible, for the hatred of a patriarchy and the Satanism of the dumbest direct loss of what that in its best sense might have been a time of existence for ancient failures and destruction as possibilities once victories of including progress to its phenomenal climax of a new age: so much as a "moral" that it inlcuded, humanly as the redeemed part of sense the infinite crossing of an infinite eon above it of a beautiful world just abandoning the proper infinite care of where any equality and co-existence is truly appropriated; within its own existence.

  • Is that Skyrim music?

  • Olmecs were waaaaaay before Tenochtitlan, this city was built by aztecs.

  • That’s crazy - the Bible says that people came out of the ground. It says that God made Adam from dust.

  • The signs are all around us, we can see each condition in our great Ancestors prophecies manifesting into reality. In the not to distant horizon you can see the dark clouds loom, ushering in war, global warming and disease. This is not the end, but the beginning of the end to start a new enlightened beginning. Fear is embracing many with this new virus strain spreading, draught, flooding and wildfires from global warming and whispers of war on many Nations lips. For many fear their mortality threatened by these calamities and do not see that their fear feeds these negative spirits to become more powerful. For you will see when it is all said and done people from all Nations will be holding hands and dancing in the sacred circle together in harmony, love and peace. Mankind will evolve from this chaos and finally see that everything is connected and to destroy other life is to destroy yourself. May the Great Spirit bless us all.🌎🏹🦃 🧡Amazing 🤩 ⁣⠀

  • No different to satanism.

  • Greatest land grabbing history in America.

  • Hi. I have a Christchurch, New Zealand.....thank you

  • That more than likely came from Asia...........

  • Stone age people who hadn't invented the wheel never mind metal making, an interesting time capsule culture but is it something to put on a pedestal?

    • Actually they were working with medals in western Mexico and the Andes. They also had wheels on toys. They didn’t have animals of burden to pull any carts, perhaps that was the reason why they didn’t utilize the wheel as did the people of the old world. Interesting and on a pedestal indeed. They accomplished their cities, their 30 meter deep tombs, their empires, their gardens, their steppe agriculture and so much more with lacking many of the same implements as found in other parts of the worlds. Thank you for pointing that out, and raising that pedestal just a tad bit higher !!

  • Good job of compiling the history of native Americans in a short video!!

  • Have to admit your storytelling mesmerized and gratified ....Very well done ... Thank you

  • Thank for a great video. I m very drawn to the way that north American tribes lived and lived off the Land. I grew up on a farm and loved been surrounded by nature and animals. You can't beat the simple life.

  • Anyone else notice they used the music from Skyrim as a backdrop?

  • So they were some what right about the end coming...the message was just misinterpreted though because it was the end of their culture not mankind

  • I don't understand American Indians. After hundreds of yeras in contact with the white societies and you haven't mastered their knowledge of Mathemathic, Science and language? Noboby is discriminating against you. The knowledge has been in the libraries and books! The Indegenious Malays and Chinese has mastered it in Asia, unless you think you are a superior being and that you don't need white man and world knowledge to be successful in this World, only your own superior 'false' belief. Amazing!

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    • I watched your video, woefully wrong info there. Let alone, the person narrating the video has so many things that he fails to point out when looking at the similarities and the many many differences between African populations themselves. He also, obviously ignores genetics. That’s the thing with posting lies for profit. They don’t care how true or untrue their info is.

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    • I watched your video, woefully wrong info there. Let alone, the person narrating the video has so many things that he fails to point out when looking at the similarities and the many many differences between African populations themselves. He also, obviously ignores genetics. That’s the thing with posting lies for profit. They don’t care how true or untrue their info is.

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    • I watched your video, woefully wrong info there. Let alone, the person narrating the video has so many things that he fails to point out when looking at the similarities and the many many differences between African populations themselves. He also, obviously ignores genetics. That’s the thing with posting lies for profit. They don’t care how true or untrue their info is.

  • An entertaining synopsis (seemingly read almost word for word) from a general anthology treatise of "Tribes of the New World"?; a clarification: the Iroquois Confederacy was in the NORTHEASTERN part of the North American continent, not the NorthWestern part as you stated. What about nations above the 49th parallel? I had the immense pleasure to live and work with Montagenais, Naskaupi, Innu and Wendat peoples during the late 60's thru mid 70's; smart, resourceful and even at that time, facing a most challenging future often with muddled gov't policies & financing regulating their existence. Interacting with them was highlight of my time in Northern Canadian shield. DB

  • Friend, I very much appreciated your video & learned much. I would like to see more, especially about eastern mid-Atlantic tribes & nations (e.g., Cherokee), their manners & beliefs, their economics & organization. Thank you.

  • Only issue is people didn’t cross 20k years ago. There is a site north of Austin that has evidence going back 100k years

    • Do more research on these finds. They are highly controversial and likely to be not true.

  • Beautiful documentary, but you forget about the most important indigenous people in South America, they are the Araucanos, the only people never defeated by the conquerors, they fought for 300 years, never for a king govern or submited by foreigners, they fought until death. There were no wounded or defeated only the victories could take them to glory and protect their nation.They are the only indigenous nation from the north America to the south Americas that has an epic poem (La Araucana) by Alonso de Ercilla y Zuñiga, that recounts bravery, intelligence and fierce strength of this nation forgotten for its achievements over the Spanish conqueror, the most advanced army in the world at that time.

  • Great job. I learned that the Spanish Mexicans were responsible for introducing horses into America. Especially to the Southwest and plains. Did I misunderstand?

  • This sounds like it was told by a white boy!?!?!

    • @NORTH 02 just political rhetoric by a CS-tv troll.

    • What does my race have to do with anything?

  • so much mistakes in this presentation. sorry pal!

  • ᎧꮈᎢꮸꭱᏅꮢ ᏨᎤ ᏴᎤ, ꮾꭲ Ꭰ ꮝꮸꮈꭰᏅ ꭷᎢꮾ ꮝꮾꮈᎡᏨꭱᏅ ᏨᏨꭱꮕꮕꭱꮈꮢ. ᏴᎤꮈ ᏨᏨꭱꮕꮕꭵꮈ ꭱꮢ ꮲᎥꭲ ꮾᎢᏼꭴꮸꭰꭱᏢᎥᎸ, ꮉꭰꭱ ꮸᎢꮈ ꮲꮈᎢᎡᏅꮸ

  • Comic book level of ancient history, garbled nonsense, pretty pictures of ancient remains, but nothing to do with the documentary. just pics and fantasy, juvenile work.

  • Have one wish as a kid wished I could just see a Indian with a deer in a canoe

    • Hey man, you could build a canoe and hunt deer. It’s hard work but if it’s your dream you can do it!

  • We could have lived w them for sure strong people then and still are strong.

  • Wish I was one a great life but I'm a white man . Would have fit in with them I know I could

  • to simplistic trying to cover to much content in one video, more research, take one area at a time, make a video of each area or tribe, that way more interest to us, more respect to each tribe and more money to you, more patience

  • The Mexican border is a white man's invention.

  • American Indians are Asians. Ironic but true.

  • The vast majority of Mexicans are either American Indians or mixed. Mexico is part of North America.

  • I like the use of the idle Skyrim music in the background that was a nice touch

  • This covered so much, these cultures and people must not be forgotten, some of these people were building pyramids thousands of years before the Egyptians. Humans have been around hundreds of thousands of years. Let's at least study and learn from those from only 10 or 20 thousand years ago, the last 5 or 10% of our existence is only recent history. This almost felt like a short intro of many important stories

  • Well done. Watched you from Russia.

  • lnd eed the religon in the sight oF Allah is lslam SAy HE ls AllAH WHo ls oNE AllAH THE ETERNAL REFuGE HE NE THE R BEGETs NoR is BoRN NOR IS THE RE TO HLM ANY EGulvALENT 😘😘💞💞🌼💕

  • Technically there is no such thing as an indigenous human people to America. Humans are an invasive species to the Americas but, again, that's more of a technicality than anything meaningful.

    • @Nicholas Walsh biologically or evolutionary indigenous? These are made up terms. Any species can become indigenous to a region given enough time. This is when they become naturalized. Being considered naturalized and being considered indigenous are about the same thing. Basically humans have had enough time in all of these ecosystems that they themselves are just as much a part of the ecosystem as any other animals. Don’t give me the run down on where humans come from buddy this is literally an evolution channel.

    • @NORTH 02 as I said, it's a bit of a technicality. Homo sapiens, more commonly known as Humans, are only indigenous to Africa, as that is the region where our species evolved. We migrated out of Africa and eventually reached most everywhere on Earth. However, that doesn't make us indigenous to other regions of the planet. Rather, we are an invasive species outside of Africa and our presence did lead to the extinction of several other species. The arrival of Humans to the America's, for instance, led to the extinction of several species, including mastodons, horses, and others. So, while Native Americans could be anthropologically considered indigenous, they are not biologically or evolutionarily indigenous.

    • Humans are not an invasive species we are a naturalised one. We can use the term indigenous means “originating or occurring naturally in a particular place; native.” The native Americans fit this definition in many ways. They naturally live in live in the Americas. The term indigenous is applicable in this situation.

  • Native Americans are one of the few races that never conceived of the concept of the wheel. Thousands of years after the Pyramids in Egypt, the Temples in Athens, the wonders of Rome and the discovery of advanced math by the arabs and greeks etc , the Native Americans still dragged things around on sleds made of sticks.

    • Not true. Archaeologists have found toys with wheels. Perhaps they didn’t utilize it simply due to a lack of beasts of burden. Here’s the kicker though. True enough that they seemingly never used a wheel in construction, that speaks volumes to their creations and accomplishments without the wheel. Thank you for pointing that out!

  • So, is that why people say" 4th of july is the others taking the land from the Native Americans" ?

  • This documentary has given non Americans an insight of what america was before.thank you for sharing us these important history about america.

  • "Do not steal! Do not lie! Do not be lazy!" , it´s as simple as that

  • It seemed a brilliant video but unfortunately switched of due to all the adverts

  • This narrator is boring AF

  • Awesome video! I loved it! A little criticism on my part lies in that you seem to over stress how much human sacrifice there was in the Aztec Empire. You have to keep in mind that the Spanish conquerors had every incentive and did to make the Aztecs look like barbaric human sacrifice practitioners. Although human sacrifice did occur with the Aztecs it was definitely overblown in scale by the Spanish. I remember reading an old Spanish chronicle (sorry the source escapes me) that the Aztecs sacrificed 100k people in the time span of a few weeks which would have been impossible for them to do at the time. In my humble opinion the scale of human sacrifice could have been similar to the scale and served a similar purpose akin to how the Romans "sacrificed" (ironic because the Romans scoffed at human sacrifice) criminals, war captives, and political zealots in the colosseums for the viewing pleasure of the masses or at the end of Roman Triumphs; or how Western European countries publicly executed similar people in front of masses. Don't take my criticism harshly because I loved your video and videos!

  • You did a beautiful job!

  • So if you think about it he said that many different types of people crossed over the land bridge ,and that means that if the natives originally came to North America over this land bridge from Asia,Then the northern part of North America should really belong to the Chinese , I also heard that the South American Continent could have been populated by people from the Pacific Islands ,Micronesia or Philippines whatever , And new evidence has it that The Phoenicians were capable of building ships that could withstand an ocean voyage ,plus we all know the story and known evidence of the Vikings being here .Well boys ,,Looks like the Gig is up,, Damn ,I thought for sure they would have all fallen for that Turtle island and the mud on a stick story ,

  • Disappointed that I did not see any indication of where these things were. Plenty of names of places but to one unfamiliar with anything in the Americas I was not given any idea where these things were.

  • Very well done and Thank you for your kind words.

  • Was human sacrifice a method of population control?

  • But Australian is the thing I value the most, Carolx

  • Rock on Greeks Cx

  • I'm a non everything perhaps Swedish, perhaps Welsh, perhaps Aboriginal, I am human, and I love that, let's survive, I think I cat genes too Carolx

  • Thank you for sharing this documentary, was great description, brilliant, have a great day too! 🚶 🙏

  • My mother went to a Cherokee Indian school in Stilwell, Oklahoma.

  • Boring narrator - Iriquois Nation in NORTHEAST NOT NORTHWEST. - BB

  • Do you have plans on updating this documentary once significant advancement in the amazon is done? There are several megaliths that are being found as farmers ravage the forest, some archeologists say there were cities with millions of people inside the amazon basin, those theories were brought up by the discovery of megaliths still covered up by vegetation in the denser parts of the forest. Some even say that the amazon itself is an overgrown ancient garden because of some fruits that were clearly genetically selected by humans. There is more to it than "sparse villages throughout the amazon". There are tales of enormous cities filled with people from a couple years before euro colonization, of course these couldn't be verified and were just dismissed as high grade bs, but now that we're finding hese megaliths, it seems that they suffered social collapse and reverted to tribalism after euro contact, maybe the flu took a huge toll on them or whatever, this is all in the real of speculation of course, but you grazed over the amazon so non chalantely when there is so much there.

  • They were very good at heart surgery as well, they just extracted and ate them.

  • Very nice. I’m researching and learning my Seminole culture. It’s a beautiful to have resources to do so.

  • aztec,maya, inka and toltec civizilations living mexican and south america lands specially mexico Peru,chilie, Uruguay, Paraguay, Honduras, Colombia, Venezuela,

  • Some Kodiak bears and Polar bears are also over 10 feet tall

  • You really need to go and do correct in depth research

  • I heard the song that is in skyrim

  • Great documentary, yet one nation of Native Americans was not even mentioned, the very first natives that Christopher Columbus came into contact with when he arrived to the Americas, the Taino Nation that inhabited the Caribbean. I point this out to you since this was the very first Native American nation that all of Europe learned from Christopher Columbus. I am a little bias since my ancestry is from the island of Puerto Rico and the Taino Nation inhabited the islands from the Bahamas, Virgin Islands, Puerto Rico, Hispaniola, Jamaica and Cuba. Hopefully you can incorporate this information into a more in depth video of all the Native Americans in all of the Americas. Thank you for your understanding and your video. It was informative and well done, except for not mentioning the first Native American nation, my ancestry, the Taino Nation.

  • Nobody noticed the awesome Skyrim music in the backgrounds I guess

  • Am full blood Tohono O, odham

  • Well done on an in-depth perspective.

  • Couple things. First. Like many have already said The Iroquois were in the North East,not North West. Second,scalping was brought to the Americas by the French.

  • you DID a good job.

  • Lots of innacuracies. The Olmecs didn't build Tenochtitlan, it was the Aztecs, I think this guy was thinking of teotihuacan which was built by the Teotihuacanos, not Olmecs, again. In other words this video is crap.

  • Learn to pronounce Ojibawa properly. OMG, you're butchering the tribes name. Thumbs down.

  • And what off the giant red-haired humanoids whom lived before and with the smaller brown haired Americans. Did not the incas/myans refurbish the sites from the elder red-haired beings

    • @NORTH 02 Facts form opinion Brian Forrester and Graham Hancock present research that is developing new opinions

    • I suggest you actually research these thoughts. You have been duped by conspiracy theorists. It’s never to late to learn though.

  • Iroquois is pronounced "Ee ro K wah" not "way"

  • North they sale nice sweatshirts there🤷

  • Now we have to revise history. Africana skulls and paintings have been found in Brazil that predate the mongoloids arrival over the bering straight

  • Is that Skyrim music? 🤨

  • My only issue I have with the video is that it wasn't long enough.

  • It was the will of God to discover Turtle island America we all suffered by war and cultural collapse by colonialism from europeans from artic to south America

  • i'm half inut

  • I am Seneca Indian from my mothers side and from what you mentioned on the Iroquois nation documentary it holds true to what you stated very well done.

  • And not a single one of these great cultures dedicated to war and human sacrifice could come up with the concept of the wheel.

    • Actually they had the wheel, but apparently only in toys, so far as we know. Without animals of burden, perhaps they didn’t see the need. They also had quite the large population in their cities, plenty of labor. With out the wheel, it’s even more amazing what they built. ;) thanks for pointing that out!

  • these 5 dollar Indians are just Mexican mixed with Asian the real indigenous people are black melanated people all these new fake indigenous people stole and took my ancestor's cultural food dances etc I am ashamed of why people do this to my race

    • Well, fortunately for us, genetics tells us exactly who and where people come from. The vast majority of African Americans and Afro Latinos are descended from the slaves brought over from west Africa, or the Bantu. The true native Americans who you refer to as “5 dollar,” and apparently all mexican, even thought that’s completely wrong, are genetically related to the ancient burials found in the Americas. You’re very welcome, I’m more than happy to provide a correction to your claims. :)

  • Thank you for the upload

  • Too many ads. So I'm 4 mins in and 4 ads have popped up already. So I stopped watching it and will not subscribe to your channel.1 ad per min takes the piss

  • Natives when they got their language and first questioned their origin: “Hey, were did we come from?” “Idk man, the ground” “Checks out, sure”

    • More important is, where are you going to. Lots to do and no time to waste

    • @A. Cross they are almost forgotten

    • Lol yup, this sums up the Tewa creation story.

    • They had much thinks before more cizies, They have nothing to invidie to the Italians

  • 🙏🌵amazing, thank you

  • The Bering land bridge exists every year to this day. People can still walk across.