Human remains found in Arizona look to be about 1,800 years old

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The term is Native American, Not American Indian. Not from India. Please update your understanding of the world around you.

Mar 27, 2014 12:22pm EDT  --  Report as abuse
trinity25 wrote:

Why would this be prehistoric if its 1,800 years old?? did you mean 18,000?

Mar 28, 2014 3:25am EDT  --  Report as abuse
jackshizz wrote:

Put them I ebay so we can bid, another skull would look good on my wall

Mar 28, 2014 8:42am EDT  --  Report as abuse
Cranberries wrote:

@The_Wolf_Father. American Indian is the correct term actually. Go read any updated anthropology book from the last five years. Or look at all the groups that use the name. From National Museum of American Indians to National Congress of American Indians, or American Indian Movement (AIM). None of them made a stink about it like you are and they actually don’t want to change their name. And nearly all American Indians came over from Asia, so shouldn’t we be calling them Native American Asians? And if you want to get really technical, any person born in America could be considered a “Native American.” Don’t make such a fuss over a name and maybe do some more reading before touting an idea that is not all inclusive but your own way of thinking on the matter.

Mar 28, 2014 12:14pm EDT  --  Report as abuse
Mafettig wrote:

The correct burial place, was where they were found, and where they should have been all along

Mar 29, 2014 9:27am EDT  --  Report as abuse

The_Wolf_Father….The term Native American is another invention of communist who wish to marginalize Loyal Americans. American Indians don’t refer to themselves as “Native Americans”. Just like Canadians don’t call themselves “Americans”. Stop with the LA RAZA b/s.

Mar 29, 2014 5:32pm EDT  --  Report as abuse

……and “Latino” is another invention of those crafty communists too. If you look through American dictionaries, like Webster’s, in the 1960s, the word doesn’t even appear there. Not a very important race if they don’t even know what to call each other.

Mar 29, 2014 5:36pm EDT  --  Report as abuse
D_Reno wrote:

@The_Wolf_Father

The term “Native American” is a misnomer at best and an outright politically correct lie at worst. Anishinaabe is “the” proper term, for the indigenous/aboriginal peoples of North America. If You’re not Anishinaabe, (of the Odawa, Ojibwe, or Algonquin peoples), you irrefutably were not here first. Simple as that. Anishinaabe were here before any other “Native Americans”. Everyone else, including any living as far west as Arizona, came later. Please update your understanding of the world around you.

Apr 01, 2014 2:24am EDT  --  Report as abuse
PhreeB4God wrote:

lets guess there’s maybe twenty million more remains scattered all through that area, yet to be found. job security for these hicking equipment suppliers and diploma mills!

Apr 01, 2014 7:24am EDT  --  Report as abuse
temory27 wrote:

I don’t have a dog in the race but what is the point of identifying Colorado City as “polygamous?” It appears to be a less-than-veiled editorial wording, and adds nothing to the story or information. Suggest better and/or more mature editing.

Apr 02, 2014 12:05pm EDT  --  Report as abuse
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