SD, I noticed your comment about "no more throwing "sioux" on the profile because someone heard "Sitting Bull" was sioux.
I would just like to give a quick response to this. Genealogically we are dealing with different time periods, and in many many documents, sometimes all that can be found about a specific person may be just that. ie: Sioux, Saulteaux, Chippewa(y)(an), Mohawk, without any band/ tribe, etc &/ or just things like "sauvage/sauvagese/ vagabond/ squaw/ and other not so nice terminologies.. BUT these terms help to verify that the person of the profile wasn't of --- "European-standards" according to those time period records. Showing these things within a Bio maybe the only way initially to at least allow for some kind of doubt that the person(s) in question were Ndn/N8v, especially if the book, or available record from say a "journal" refers to the person this way, and no baptism/ birth for said person(s) hasn't been found.
I for one, don't want to see these things removed, as they represent how these ancestors were "spoken of or about" it gives insight in to the ways...others saw them or interacted with them. This is to me huge in respect to the histories they had to endure.
As for Changing Native American to "American Indian/Native Peoples. I think this would be a great change. I've never liked "NA" to me as you said.. anyone born in the US is ...NA.