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Images - (Indigenous Globally)
Modern Native Americans (dubbed Asian) crossed the Bering Straits in 3000 BC; whereas Africans sailed or already lived in what we know as the Americas 56,000 years ago. One of the reasons today's Native Americans look as if they have African ancestry is the mixture that occurred after the Bering Straits crossing. Native Americans do not look like people who are 100% Asian with small round heads. If you look at the images below, the Natives resemble Indigenous people who lived in Siberia and Canada. As can be seen from the images below, slavery was not the result of indigenous people who were Black in color. The African and/or American slave trade did not exist in Siberia, Russia and Canada.

One of the first documented instances of Africans sailing and settling in the Americas were Black Egyptians led by King Ramses III, during the 19th dynasty in 1292 BC. In fact, in 445 BC, the Greek historian Herodotus wrote of the Ancient Egyptian pharaohs’ great seafaring and navigational skills. Further concrete evidence, noted by Dr. David Imhotep and largely ignored by Euro-centric archaeologists, includes “Egyptian artifacts found across North America from the Algonquin writings (Cherokee) on the East Coast to the artifacts and Egyptian place names in the Grand Canyon.” US History books justify the Blackness with the statement, "Native Americans harbored slaves." What about the Native Tribes located across Canada? They were Black in color without slavery existing in those regions. Black Natives were indigenous to the region just as the were along the eastern, southern, and western part of the United States. 
African Mask - Mexico
Before Columbus (The Spanish conquered Mexico 495 years ago. The Moors ruled Spain for 900 years.
Choctaw - 1908 Mississippi/Louisiana Tribes
Basalt Mask
Canada 1879
Mexico 900 AD (Remember the Spanish conquered Mexico 495 years ago.  The Moors ruled Spain for 900 years).
Washoe People Great Basin Between California and Nevada
Washoe Woman
Mexico - 150-600 AD
Ecuador
Pygmies (Twa) - South America
Wabanaki Natives Maine 
Nomadic Ket People - Siberia
One-Third of Native Americans come tom Ket People of Russia and Siberia
Ket (Yeniseian) People- Central and Southern Sibeia - on Brink of Extinction
Chukchi People - Russia
Enslavement of Yamasee Native Americans
Uralic People - Siberia
Coshocon County, OH 1835 Pygmy (Twa)
Blackfoot Natives - Provinces of Saskatchewan, Alberta, and British Columbia. Canada (No slavery existed in Canada) Picture Courtesy of www.indianpictures.blogspot.com
Running Rabbit (Blackfoot Native) Picture Courtesy of www.indianpictures.blogspot.com
Jomon People - Japan (14,000 BC)
Ket People - Siberia (1914)
Blackfoot Native (Picture Courtesy of www.indianpictures.blogspot.com
Creek Native (Muskogee)  Black Dog Alabama and Georgia Mississippian Culture (Mound Builders) 
Pima Native Americans ("Ancient Ones") Settled in Arizona from Mexico Picture Courtesy of www.pinterest.com
Pima Native Americans ("Ancient Ones") Settled in Arizona originating in Mexico - Image Courtesy of www.pinterest.com
Pima Natives - From Mexico to Arizona Picture Courtesy of www.pinterest.com
Chiniki Native (Alberta Canada)
Nunivak Nation (British 
Columbia Canada)
Inuit Natives - Alaska
Minnesota Native
Ainu People - Japan (Ainu means Pygmy/ Diminutive) 
Autochthoncus Abkhazian Tribesman (1870) Russia
Postcard with postage stamp - (Native Girl)
Arizona Natives
Queen Liliʻuokalani - Last Queen of Hawaii
Arctic People
1860's California Natives
Ancient China
Negrito - Andaman Islands
Original Natives of Hawaii