Now consider Russia, the ancestral home of the peoples who in prehistoric time migrated to the New World. The picture above comes from a photoset depicting the Itelmen inhabiting the Kamchatka peninsula in northeast Russia. Since the eighteenth century there has been extensive intermarriage with Cossacks, so that the term Kamchadal is now used for the resultant mixed population, but some ethnic Itelmen are making a valiant effort to preserve their culture and language.
Like Native Americans, the aboriginal Itelmen thrived on the immense salmon runs of the North Pacific; their dwellings and religious beliefs also have strong parallels with those of Native Americans. It's not clear whether the dress and adornments exhibited in the photoessay reflect a parallel cultural evolution, or whether the modern Itelmen have back-adapted the trappings of their more well-known North American counterparts.
Link to English Russia photoessay. More info here and here.