Las Vegas-was once a
simple oasis in the desert for the
native Indians. With 2 Natural Springs and a few green meadows, it was
a stopping place for the Indian tribes. After
the arrival of
the White Man it became a stopping place for his wagon trains and
west to California Gold fields. Then later the Mormon Church had a fort
built there to protect their Salt Lake City to Los Angeles mail route.
After that the
Phoenix-was once a Hohokam Indian City. Today the ruins are called the Pueblo Grande, and yes, the White Man wants to bulldoze those ruins for his further expansion of the city.
Denver-was once an Arapaho Indian Tribe Settlement until a prospector named William Larimer up-rooted the Indians and established Denver City.
Dallas-was an Ancient City with a Rock Wall Structure, approximately 3.5 miles wide by 5.6 miles long, encompassing almost 20 square miles. This is evidence that the people who built this areas were the first occupants.
Minneapolis-Camp Coldwater is a historically important area of Minneapolis. This place is also considered to be very sacred. It was the original site of the Mendota Mdewakanton Dakota tribe. The first known inhabitants in Minneapolis.
Tampa Bay-the Native American Indian Tribes that founded that area were; the Uzita, the Mocoso, the Pohoy, and the Tocobago. The name Alafaias also appears to be another of the Tampa Bay Tribes. Each tribe consisted of a single village or a group of villages with outlying homesteads.
Detroit-the early native Tuetle Indians, the Wyandotts, the Algonquin's, the Ottawa's, the Menominee's, the Sac's, the Foxe's, and the Chippewa's were settled in the South-Eastern Michigan and Detroit area long before the french man named "Cadillac" so-called founded it in 1701. There were also tribes of the Miamis, Potowatamies, Winnebagoes and the Ouendats.
Montreal-was called Hochelaga by the Huron Indians who were settled there. Then in 1535 a French navigator named Jacques Cartier explored the area. He was welcomed by the Huron Indians on a mountain he later named Mont Réal.
Pittsburgh-the area was occupied by the Delaware, the Iroquois, and the Shawnee Native American tribes prior to the coming of the White Man. Early on they recognized the value of the land for its abundant natural resources, strategic location and ease of transportation provided by the water routes.
St. Louis-the earliest known inhabitants were the Hopewell Indian people, who occupied the area between 500 B.C. and 400 A.D. They were also known as the Mound Builders. They built round earthen structures (Mounds) which were used as temples, forts, and burial grounds on both sides of the Mississippi. It is believed that the Hopewells studied astronomy because their structures illustrate the compass points. Some Mounds remain today in Cahokia Mounds State Park in Illinois. Although the white settlers deliberately destroyed the Mounds in the building of the white city of St. Louis, after there arrival. One of St. Louis' early nicknames was "Mound City".
Boston-the Massachusetts Indians occupied the Valleys of the Charles and Neponset rivers in eastern Massachusetts, including the present site of Boston and its suburbs, prior to the arrival of the White European migrations. They lived in the following villages around Boston Bay: Agawam, Conohasset, Magaehnak, Saugus, Massachusetts, Mattapoist, Mishawum, Mystic, Nahapassumkeck, Nasnocomacack, Natick, Neponset, Nonantum, Patuxent, Pocapawmet, Totant, Sagoquas, Secacasaw (Seccasaw), Topeent, Totheet, Waranock, Wessagusset, Winnisimmet, Cowate, Magaehnak, Natick, Pequimmit, Punkapog, Titicut, and Wannamanhut.
Atlanta-was originally called "Standing Peachtree". An Indian Village that existed at the junction of the Chattahoochee River and Peachtree Creek. It was once the borderline between the Creek Indian lands and the Cherokee territories. After the arrival of the whites Fort Peachtree was built, then Atlanta.
These were just a dozen cities randomly chosen to show you proof, that White European's did not found the cities in North America after the arrival of Columbus. They simply moved in, kicked the Native Indians off of their lands, then claimed that they founded it. There are other cities that are very obviously founded by Native American Indian's Tribes also. the White Man from Europe came into this country claiming everything and renaming it for himself. He then claimed himself to be the discover and the founder of lands that were known to the native peoples for thousands of years before his arrival. He destroyed evidence of ancient Indian civilizations to make way for his own. He erected Forts were Indian Villages once stood, then the Forts became the cities we know today. !Fact.