Obviously the political landscape of the Americas was a hugely complex thing during the period of European colonization, and what was true of one Native American group was almost never true of all of them. They were distinct cultures and nations, and probably didn't consider themselves sub-sets of a larger group at all.
But I'm wondering if any native language developed a word for those peoples who were native to North and South America, as opposed to Europeans or other extra-continental arrivals? Was there a Massachusett word that encompassed all tribes but excluded the British and French, or an Incan term for "those people who aren't Spanish or Portuguese"?
The Europeans were obviously from different nations and cultures as well, but there were plenty of terms related to international identity, such as "European" or the concept of "Christendom". Did the native peoples of North and South America have, or develop in opposition to the colonizers, any similar terms?