It isn't even true. At least it isn't true if you mean native people had a concept of 'ownership', and applied it to land. They didn't -- they were almost all hunters and gatherers who, at best, ranged over a territory without creating permanent settlements. At most there were agreements amongst lineages about who gets to hunt and gather where.
There are exceptions, but the big noise-makers are natives claiming to represent the Six Nations. Legally, these people are immigrants to this country, just like the rest of us, and hold their lands through a grant from the Queen, rather than through aboriginal title.
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