Indians lived in North
America before the Europeans discovered the continent. Christopher
Columbus actually landed in the Bahamas, and seeing individuals
that he thought were from India, called them Indians.
a commonly held belief that thousands of years ago, as the
world counts today, Mongolian nomads crossed a land bridge
to enter the western hemisphere and became the people we
now know as the American Indians. The truth, of course,
is that the raven found their forefathers in a clam shell
on the beach at Naikun. At his bidding they entered a world
populated by birds, beasts and creatures of great power...at
least that's a little bit of the truth."