Not really. The Paleo Indians came over the Bering land bridge that joined Siberia to Alaska not much later than about 25,000 years ago, These tribes died out. But they were the first Indians, and there is no proof they were absorbed into other tribes. Even it they were it was as individuals, not "tribes" - a distinction we do not have today. Thus no tribe can legitimately claim North America as their own. In fact, this fact is never mentioned in California for political reasons because aboriginal means "being the first or earliest known of its kind present in a region". Obviously, later "Indians" are all interlopers and should not be getting special treatment anymore than English, Russians, Portuguese, Spanish, or French branches of the white tribe who planted their flags on the American continent wanting a piece of the newly discovered pie occupied by stone age people. The white tribes were more technologically advanced, motivated, and aggressive. Who's fault is that? The "Indians" were complacent in an environment that met all their needs causing no need to evolve past the stone age. Life was pretty good. So this whole racial stake holding argument is like blaming the great apes for not wiping out predecessors to homo sapiens while they had the chance!