What Language Did the Native Americans Speak?

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Native Americans consisted of many tribes and each Native American tribe has their own language, that the tribe may or may not still speak it. Cree is a Native language and was one of the most widely used North American Native languages. Mohican and Algonquin languages were also spoken. Others that were spoken include Navaho, Oneida, Potawatomi and Quechua.
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