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10 landmarks you didn't know had Native American origins

INSIDER Logo By tlakritz@insider.com (Talia Lakritz) of INSIDER | Slide 1 of 11:  Native Americans built vibrant communities in what is now the United States before colonizers arrived. From the Gateway Arch in St. Louis to Alcatraz in San Francisco, these US landmarks have Native American origins. Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. Native Americans built vibrant communities in what is now the United States long before colonizers arrived. Some of their villages, sacred sites, and names remain, while others have been razed, renamed, or forgotten.Here are 10 US landmarks you may not have known have Native American origins.Read the original article on Insider

10 landmarks you didn't know had Native American origins

Native Americans built vibrant communities in what is now the United States long before colonizers arrived. Some of their villages, sacred sites, and names remain, while others have been razed, renamed, or forgotten.

Here are 10 US landmarks you may not have known have Native American origins.

Read the original article on Insider
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