There are hundreds of American Indian tribes in the United States today. The Cherokee is a large American Indian tribe. Cherokees are originally from the southeastern part of the United States. Some still live there today. In 1838 and 1839, the United States government forced many Cherokee people to move to reservations, or small plots of land, in Oklahoma. The Iroquois was a large Indian nation near the border with Canada. Some still live there today. Growing corn is a central part of Iroquois culture. They use corn for many things. The Pueblo people are from the southwestern part of the country. They live where there is little water. Three American Indian tribes in the United States are Cherokee, Iroquois, and Pueblo.
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