I'm working on a concept but I'm having a hard time imagining what it would look like, from a historical accuracy perspective.
If Native Americans and different European colonists were able to live among each other (Natives maintaining their own confederacies and tribes, while forming a broader government, trade agreements, etc with European settlers), would the course of technology, architecture, medicine, and other societal needs be drastically different? Over the course of centuries, what type of aesthetic and cultural shifts would be seen? If it were the near future, what kind of advancements would we have made?
Of course, it would be naive to think that there would be total peace and prosperity—Native Americans were at war with each other, and there was obvious tension and war with settlers. So this America would have political and racial strife as well. However, they would all be unified against a new enemy that seeks to challenge their way of life.