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** and Americanization
** The Americanization of Edward Bok by Edward Bok ( Scriber )

** and Native
** Native Americans in the United States
** Native storage engines ( MyISAM, Falcon, Merge, Memory ( heap ), Federated, Archive, CSV, Blackhole, Cluster, EXAMPLE, Maria, and InnoDB, which was made the default as of 5. 5 )
** Joy Harjo, Native American poet
** Litefoot, Native American actor
** Mateo Romero, Native American painter
** Dan Katchongva, Native American leader ( d. 1972 )
** Kateri Tekakwitha, a Native American beatified in the Roman Catholic Church ( d. 1680 )
** Facing East from Indian Country: A Native History of Early America by Daniel K. Richter
** Native Americans in the American Civil War
** Native American tribes in Nebraska
** Native American tribes in Iowa
** Native vegetation
** Treaty of Hopewell, three treaties between the United States and Native Americans, signed at the South Carolina plantation
** White House Initiative on American Indian and Alaska Native Education
** Native Americans in the American Civil War
** Native Americans and World War II
** The Divided Trail: A Native American Odyssey
** Native Americans
** Jim Barnes, Native American poet and translator
** Native American Renaissance
In the last years of his life, Psalmanazar wrote the book upon which much of contemporary knowledge of him rests: Memoirs of ** **, Commonly Known by the Name of George Psalmanazar ; a Reputed Native of Formosa.
** Race: Blacks, Hispanics, Asians, and Native Americans

** and Americans
** Spanish Americans and early modern Spanish cuisine, as well as Basque-Americans and Basque cuisine.
** French Americans and their " New World " regional identities such as:
** The first day of Las Posadas ( Mexico, other Latin Americans )
** June 1996 on Asian Americans as " the new Jews.
** Stephen Earl Bennett ; " Americans ' Exposure to Political Talk Radio and Their Knowledge of Public Affairs " in Journal of Broadcasting & Electronic Media, Vol.
** The Hoover Institution releases an optimistic report that global warming will probably reduce mortality in the United States and provide Americans with valuable benefits.
** Thousands of African Americans, many of them children, are arrested while protesting segregation in Birmingham, Alabama.
** Alabama Governor George C. Wallace stands in the door of the University of Alabama to protest against integration, before stepping aside and allowing African Americans James Hood and Vivian Malone to enroll.
** Vietnam War – Operation Ivory Coast: A joint Air Force and Army team raids the Son Tay prison camp in an attempt to free American POWs thought to be held there ( no Americans are killed, but the prisoners have already moved to another camp ; all U. S. POWs are moved to a handful of central prison complexes as a result of this raid ).
** The Harris Poll claims that 60 % of Americans are against the Vietnam War.
** Four hundred students seize the administration building at Cheyney State College, now Cheyney University of Pennsylvania, the oldest institute for higher education for African Americans.
** Vietnam War: Prime Minister of Australia Robert Menzies announces that the country will substantially increase its number of troops in South Vietnam, supposedly at the request of the Saigon government ( it is later revealed that Menzies had asked the leadership in Saigon to send the request at the behest of the Americans ).
** President Bush orders 1, 900 U. S. troops to Panama to protect Americans there.
** War of 1812 – Battle of Lundy's Lane: Reinforcements arrive near Niagara Falls, Ontario for General Riall's British and Canadian force, and a bloody, all-night battle with Jacob Brown's Americans commences at 1800 hours ; Americans retreat to Fort Erie.
In the US, magazines and newspapers often do not use it, instead printing " family-friendly " censored versions, usually " n * gg * r ", " n ** ger ", " n ——", and " the N-word "; however, historians and social activists, such as Dick Gregory, criticize the euphemisms and their usage as intellectually dishonest, because using the euphemism " the N-word " instead of nigger robs younger generations of Americans of the full history of Black people in America.
** White House Initiative on Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders ( AAPI )
** White House Initiative on Educational Excellence for African Americans
** Special correspondent to the NBC Today Show, with regular " From the Heart " segments that profile inspiring Americans who make extraordinary contributions to others despite formidable personal obstacles.
** Military history of African Americans
** Military history of Asian Americans
** Military history of Hispanic and Latino Americans

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