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    Default The most fierce tribe in Northern America

    Was it the Apache, Mowhawk, Mohicans, Blackfeet, Tupis, Iriquois, Mayas, Huron, Siox, Chumash or Aztec? Who fought the Europeans with greater determination?

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    Scotch-Irish who protected the English and Pennsylvania Dutch (Germans) from the native Americans along the frontier.
    METALLURGY CAME FROM ANATOLIA AND THE LEVANT.

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    The Tlingit fought the Ruskies, that must count for something?

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    Quote Originally Posted by voyager View Post
    Scotch-Irish who protected the English and Pennsylvania Dutch (Germans) from the native Americans along the frontier.
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    Read a little more into it, the border areas (i.e the Appalachians) were hardly majority Scottish, in fact there may be more German blood there in total, from the Palatine mainly. The Amish, or the Pennsylvania Dutch are a relic of these people who emigrated to western Pennsylvania, west Virginia and parts of Ohio and upstate New York in the late 16 and early 1700's.

    Plenty of English colonist migrated westward as well, and no one in the colonies went through more hardships then the original Virginia colonists who were nearly wiped out several times before 1630. Entirely wiped out in fact at the Roanoke colony in around 1570


    on the native side my answer goes to the Shawnee, Tecumseh was one

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    Susquahonnoc for shear power and strength and the fear they caused just by their exsistance .
    Shawnee for determination

    then Tuscarora/Algonquin/Siouan really all tribes of VA for determination and giving it their all every conflict over and over again. and to the thousands of these who went into slavery and lost everything for that fight.

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    The Sioux.

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    the soiux and the apache held out the longest,along with the comanche and kiowa and cheyenne.those were all badasses.apaches were crazy with the knife game i heard...


    but its all relative.most of the plains tribes were more warlike probably because they chased buffalo and that lead into them bumping into alot of other tribes,the comance for instance were enemies with about every tribe they came in contact with because they were nomadic and ended up crossing into alot of other tribal territories.





    the most brutal people on earth are probably english people.they got quite a long history of pushing peoples off their lands and taking over resources...

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    Brazil is South America, but I would have to give the title of fiercest people to the Yanomamo.


    http://howardbloom.net/chimpanzees_and_romans.htm

    In the rain forests near the Amazon live a people called the Yanomamo. Their ethnographer, Napoleon Chagnon, calls them "the fierce people." They pride themselves on their cruelty, glorying in it so enthusiastically that they make a great show of beating their wives. And the wives are as much a part of this viciousness as the husbands. A spouse who does not carry enough scars from her husband's blows feels rejected and complains miserably about her unbruised condition. It is a sign, she is certain, that her husband does not love her.

    Yanomamo men have two great sports--hunting and war. The patterns of their warfare bear a strange resemblance to those of the langur. Yanomamo men sneak up on a neighboring village and attack. If they are successful, they kill or chase away the men. They leave the sexually-capable young women unharmed. But they move methodically through the lean-to-like homes, grabbing babies from the screaming captives. Like the langurs, the Yanomamo men beat these infants against the ground, bash their brains out on the rocks, and make the footpaths wet with babies' blood. They spear the older children with the sharp ends of their bows, pinning their quivering bodies to the ground. Others they simply throw from the edge of a cliff.

    To the Yanomamo, this is an exhilarating entertainment. They brag and boast as they smash fresh newborns against the stones. When the winning warriors have finished, not a single suckling child remains. Then the triumphant Yanomamo men lead the captured women back to a new life as secondary wives. No wonder the Yanomamo word for marriage means "dragging something away."

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    Sioux Indians - n. america
    Patagonian Indians - s.america
    Yanomamo - today
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