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7 Ridiculous Google Search Questions About Native Americans

These questions were either submitted algorithmically or by seriously confused folks sitting at their computers with nothing better to do. 

 

1.     Do Native Americans Pay Income Tax?

Map of Mitt Romney's 47 percent. (BusinessInsider.com)

BusinessInsider.com

Map of Mitt Romney's 47 percent.

RELATED The Myth That Never Leaves Indians Don't Pay Taxes

 

2.     Are Native Americans Indian?

(Mappery.com)

Mappery.com

The search results pulled up this query: Do Native Americans Originate from India?

See (map) above from times before pilgrims landed.

 

3.     Do Native Americans have body hair?

Even if it was an ‘accidental Google’ (where you type in the first few words and then something else pops up, but you accidentally click on it), why is this a searchable term?

It’s Wikipiedia, but nevertheless, read here

 

4.     Why do Native Americans look white?

(Wikipedia.org)

Wikipedia.org

This is the part where the person placing the search clicks on the ‘image’ bar on Google.

Here’s the first image (above) it found about cultural assimilation

 

5.     Why do Native Americans wear feathers?

These guys might know.

Offensive red-faced Indians fans (Getty Images)

Getty Images

Offensive red-faced Indians fans

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6.     Do Native Americans get free money?

Flickriver.com

Flickriver.com

No they make their own.  Read this

 

7.     Do Native Americans live in teepees still?

Catherine Robbins work of non-fiction about the unique experiences of individual Native Americans.

Catherine Robbins work of non-fiction about the unique experiences of individual Native Americans.

The ridiculous part of this search is the word still.  The short answer is that circumstances have removed Indians from their tipis. (P.S. Not all Native Americans lived in tipis.) 

The better answer is: read the book

RELATED: Enough with the ‘Teepees’ Already! Book Review and Interview

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