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comment Did Native Americans ever fight the indigenous people living in Mexico before Europeans arrived?
Yes, that's another issue I didn't think about for that map. Which leads me to wonder how are the boundaries of their territories defined. Never heard of the Chichimeca. But wouldn't the Spaniards have known and recorded their history, as they did with the Aztecs?
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comment Did Native Americans ever fight the indigenous people living in Mexico before Europeans arrived?
That's great info right there! Didn't know the Spaniards actually recorded oral history. But what of the tribes (not sure if that's what you would call them) north of the Aztecs territory but below the current USA? Wouldn't we also have a lot of information on their history since, going with what you just said, the Spaniards would have also recorded their history? Or was it just the Aztec.
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comment Did Native Americans ever fight the indigenous people living in Mexico before Europeans arrived?
Wow, that's a lot of good info. So just to be clear, you're saying the Native Americans did not fight the Indigenous people of Mexico? Is this based solely on the implication in their way of warfare?
Sep
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comment Did Native Americans ever fight the indigenous people living in Mexico before Europeans arrived?
Yup, was referring more to the Native Americans near today's borders of Mexico & USA fighting with say the Aztecs (or any other I am not aware of) That kind of thing. While the Anasazi cliff villages could imply war, it could've been battles against other Native Americans. I was hoping for more substantial evidence. Don't get me wrong though. Definitely a good start. There's stuff there I didn't know.
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accepted Why was Goguryeo able to expand rapidly under Gwanggaeto's rule?
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comment Did Native Americans ever fight the indigenous people living in Mexico before Europeans arrived?
Not really sure but think 'tis accepted that Native Americans are the people who lived in current-US country while indigenous people are people who originally inhabited a region. At least, that's how I hear them be used. But if think about, guess Native American can be the similar to indigenous ppl, at least in meaning
Aug
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revised Did Native Americans ever fight the indigenous people living in Mexico before Europeans arrived?
Was corrected: The Aztecs, Olmecs, etc are not South Americans
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comment Did Native Americans ever fight the indigenous people living in Mexico before Europeans arrived?
Ah, you're absolutely right. 'twas a typo. Was thinking along the phrase 'people south of the border'. On my defense, I had too many milkshakes and was about to sleep. hehe ^^ Will update with Central Americans then. thanks
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comment Did Native Americans ever fight the indigenous people living in Mexico before Europeans arrived?
Thanks @Russell This is the first time I've been welcomed. Makes a good impression ^^ Feared people might not have any interest in them or know about them
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revised Why was Goguryeo able to expand rapidly under Gwanggaeto's rule?
duplicated the word 'conquer'
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