What Are Amerindians?


The Amerindians are indigenous people who lived in North or South America before the Europeans arrived. They are considered forest people and the Amazon forest is currently home to the largest population of these people. They do survive by hunting and gathering food and their knowledge of medicinal plants used for treating illness is unmatched.
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amerindian: any member of the peoples living in North or South America before the Europeans arrived
(ăm'ə-rĭn'dē-ən) also Am·er·ind ( ăm'ə-rĭnd' ) n. An American Indian. See Usage Note at American Indian . [AMER(ICAN) + INDIAN.
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