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Native American Terms: P

Paasiaja
Pacahuara
Pacaje
Pacasa
Pacaxe
Pacific Eskimo
Pacific Gulf Eskimo
Pacific Yupik
Padani
Paez
Paganens
Pahiins
Pai
Paicone
Pains
Painting
Paipai
Pa'iins
Pa'is
Paissa
Paiute
Pajonal
Pakang
Palaihnih
Palaihnihan
Palaiks
Palanoa
Palikur
Pallachacola
Palm Tree People
Palouse
Pame
Pamlico
Pamoa
Panaeti
Panaili
Panaiti
Panaki
Panakwati
Panama
Panamint
Pananuyuri
Panawahpskek
Pandani
Panera
Panenoa
Paneroa
Panimaha
Panit
Pannaitti
Panoan
Panobo
Panther totem
Papago
Paraguay
Paraujano
Paresi
Pariri
Parrot totem
Partridge totem
Pascagoula
Passamaquoddy
Passamaquoddy-Maliseet
Passe
Pasto
Patamona
Patati
Paunaca
Pawnee
Pawokti
Pay-pans
Peba-Yaguan
Pech
Pecos
Pedee
Peigan
Pekuni
Pekwakik
Pelican totem
Pelones
Pemon
Pemono
Penacook
Penawahpskewi
Pennacock
Pennacook
Pennsylvania
Penobscot
Penobscott
Pensacola
Penutian
Pentlatch
Pequawket
Pequot
Perene
Persimmon medicine
Peru
Petit-Taensa
Petun
Piai
Piapoco
Piaroa
Piasa
Picaneaux
Pichis
Pied-Noir
Piegan
Piekann
Pieskaret
Pigwacket
Piikani
Piikunii
Pikani
Pikanii
Pikuni
Pike totem
Pikogan
Pikwakanagan
Pilaga
Pima
Pima Bajo
Pima-Papago
Pinal
Pine medicine
Pinery Apache
*Pinesi
Pinion medicine
Pipes
Pipil
Piratapuyo
Piro
Pisabo
Piscataway
Pit River
P'laikni
Plains Apache
Pocanga
Pocomchi
Pocomtuc
Poetry
Pogumk
Pohoy
Pokanga
Pokomam
Polar bear totem
Polysynthetic languages
Pomo
Pomola
Ponasht
Ponca
Ponpukare
Popengare
Popingare
Popoloca
Popoluca
Popunkare
Popengare
Porcupine totem
Porpoise totem
Potano
Potawatomi
Pottery
Poturero
Powhatan
Poyanawa
Prairie dog totem
Pribilof Aleut
Princesses
Prophet River
Pshwanwapam
Pudding River
Pueblo
Puelche
Puffin totem
Puget Sound Salish
Puinave
Pukjinskwes
Pukwudgie
Pulowech
Pumpkin medicine
Punchahuo
Punnush
Puquina
Purepecha
Puyallup
Pyeta
Pyeta Yovai
Pyta Jovai




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