English translation: The natives of Alaska and Aleutian Islands
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Explanation: One of the original inhabitants of today's Alaska.
First European settlers who went to the region was not English. They wer Russians. The US purchased the entire region from Russia in 1867. Alaska joined the Union and became 49th State in 1959, thus these native people were put under the ruling of the US government.
For more info. see below.
A·leut (-lt, l-t)
n. pl. Aleut or A·leuts
a. A Native American people inhabiting the Aleutian Islands and coastal areas of southwest Alaska. The Aleut are related culturally and linguistically to the Eskimo.
b. A member of this people.
2. Either or both of the two languages of the Aleut. See Usage Note at Native American.