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the North People

It is interesting that the majority the North people and the American Indians in names of the tribes is used by words "people", "the first people", "the present people" etc., and the Korean term "khan" is transferred as "people", but with additional sense which can be shifted, as "the first and unique people". At least 41 the separate people or a tribe In the north is. These people migrated to find additional power supplies and housing accommodation, as well as other nations worldwide, in a current of 6000 years, at least. A difference that they have begun the migration along the Polar circle and, appear, did not venture to go south, yet have not reached Alaska.

From Alaska, they were settled on all continent and, at last, have reached extremities of the South America. But day when in a valley of Ohio there was a meeting with Europeans which have superseded them from the rendered habitable places has come. Tribe Iroquois which successfully assimilated in the evropejsko-American company became a unique exception.

The People of the North living in territory of Canada, migrated to east coast both further to Greenland and, at last, in Iceland where sometimes entered discards with people of Northern Europe - Scandinavians.

Does not call doubts that patrimonial national tribes of the American Indians live in the today's world completely round a polar circle. It is confirmed with the certificate, identical DNA between Iroquois and a Zulu, and also sometimes coming across same words, for example, "cousin". Also, alcohol equally acts on Indians and Asians, and is perfect in another way on Europeans.

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