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Answered: Are Native Americans living better lives in 2013 than they did in

Aren't we all living better lives since 1913? The native american numbers are dwindled so far they barely make 1% of the population and their purest blood is slowly becoming mixed with every other ethnicity but hey that's the melting pot of america, cooking and boiling indians in its steamy broth ...

Answered: How is a Native American's disposition?

At this point, my disposition is a little pissed because of you truly ignorant and insulting questions.

Answered: Native Americans

Not one word of truth in any of that noise.

Answered: What is a Native American TV station like?

Native American TV in Washington DC http://www.natv.org/

Answered: What does a Native American's computer look like?

Native Americans today use the same kinds of computers as everyone else. Some are Apple, some are HP, some are Dell, some are Lenovo. Incas in the 1100's used quipu strings for accounting.
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Do Native Americans have garden hoses on their reservations?

Some do, some don't. Generally depends on where it is, but most do.

What is the frequency of the skin radiance therapy? Can you name a good

The frequency for skin radiance therapy depends on how dull your skin is. Recently, I saw an informative video which provides useful tips on skin radiance. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0Ebt1UlUxgI

Where are Maryland's Native American Burial Grounds?

I hope this helps. There are no Native Americans left in Maryland except the ones who assimulated into white society. The others left the state in the 1700's. http://www.native-languages.org/maryland.htm

What is a Native American website like?

Here's one. http://www.discovernavajo.com/