According to greenfeld, england was “the first nation in the world social science in the late 20th century, many social scientists argued that there were two types of nations, the civic nation of which france was the principal example and the ethnic nation exemplified by the german peoples. First nations people refers to status and non-status “indian” peoples in canada more than one million people in canada identify themselves as an aboriginal person, or 4% of the population (as of 2006) fifty-three percent are registered indians, 30% are métis, 11% are non-status indians and 4% are inuit.
Collectively, first nations, inuit, and métis peoples constitute indigenous peoples in canada, indigenous peoples of the americas, or first peoples first nation as a term became officially used beginning in 1980s to replace the term indian band in referring to groups of indians with common government and language.
First nations launched the native agriculture and food systems initiative (nafsi) to help tribes and native communities strengthen their local food systems, improve health and nutrition, and build food security. San marino's constitution is the world's oldest, having been first written in the year 1600 ad japan according to japanese history, the country's first emperor, emperor jimmu, founded japan in 660 bc. The first recorded dynasty in chinese history existed more than 3,500 years ago when the feudal shang dynasty ruled from the 17th century bc to the 11th century bc however, china celebrates 221 bc as the founding of the modern country, the year qin shi huang proclaimed himself the first emperor of china.
'first nations people' include status and non-status indians according to the 2016 census , more than 167 million people in canada identify themselves as an aboriginal person – that equals 49% of the canadian population.
In canada, the first nations (french: premières nations) are the predominant indigenous peoples in canada south of the arctic circle those in the arctic area are distinct and known as inuit the métis, another distinct ethnicity, developed after european contact and relations primarily between first nations people and europeans.