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Great Words From Native American Tribes to Remember

Native Americans have a long and rich history. Also called American Indians, indigenous Americans, or aboriginal Americans, the first people from the ingenious tribes are believed to have arrived in the Americas at around 12,000 BC. Native Americans have a deep connection with nature and have many unique traditions and values that go back thousands of years.
While several tribes were without the written word, they carried their traditions orally and passed them down from generation to generation. Profound wisdom from tribal elders and proverbs about community, nature, spirituality, love, and life is a significant part of this amazing oral tradition.
Today, we will take a look at powerful words of wisdom from various famous Native American tribes, such as Arapaho, Cherokee, Lakota, Navajo, Hopi, and others. These meaningful quotes offer an opportunity to understand the thoughts, ideas, and emotions behind the Native way of life.
Take time to read through and meditate upon the sayings of some of history’s greatest indigenous voices.
Native American Proverbs, TRACKS
Native American Proverbs, NATURE
Native American Proverbs, JUDGE
Native American Proverbs, water
Native American Proverbs, heart
Native American Proverbs, river
Native American Proverbs, teacher
Native American Proverbs, knowledge
Native American Proverbs, wisdom
Native American Proverbs, heart
Native American Proverbs, wisdom
Native American Proverbs, soul
Native American Proverbs, soul
Native American Proverbs, pretend
Native American Proverbs, stomach
Native American Proverbs, beware
Native American Proverbs, cry
Native American Proverbs, river
Native American Proverbs, friends
proverbs, wise
Native American Proverbs, moccasin
* A moccasin is a soft leather heelless shoe, usually made of deerskin.
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