# Native american story
Who arrived in America first: Native Americans, Inuits, or another group? The Untold Story of Native American History
First of all, let's clarify who are the Native Americans and who are the Inuits. Indigenous populations in both North and South America are known as Native Americans, who are believed to have descended from northeast Asia, crossing a land bridge that connected Siberia and Alaska more than 15,000 years ago. The Inuit people are a culturally connected indigenous population who reside in the Arctic regions of Greenland, Canada, and Alaska. They are also descended from northeast Asia but arrived much later than the Native Americans, around 1000 CE.
The only Native American band to reach Top Five ever on Billboard Hot 100
Redbone is the Native American rock band that achieved an extraordinary feat in the music industry by becoming the first or only Native American band to ever reach the Top Five on the Billboard Hot 100.
The untold story of the Strongest Native American Tribe that fought against European invasion
The most powerful Native American tribe that fought the Spanish, Mexicans, Texans, and Anglo-Americans was the Comanche. They fought relentlessly for hundreds of years and surrendered only in the late 19th century. However, this fearsome tribe led a nomadic life and wasn’t aggressive in their early days. Let’s look at how these innocent nomads became skilled warriors.