I agree with this. Particularly since it depends on who you talk to about Taino and if they consider themselves 'native american' or not. Many like just being called Taino. Some native of whatever country they are from. Some even Spanish Indian. Though I think it's 100% outdated to call any natives of the Americas "indian" at all. At least true of my Taino family. They just call themselves Taino and leave at that. They truly wouldn't have much in common with many of the natives from N. America especially the stereotypical portrayals we give (accurate or not).Historically the Taino "Indians" (Native Americans) were the people the explorers encountered on the island of Hispanola. They performed "Cohiba" a tobacco smoking ceremony led by a "Behike", a Native American shaman/like leader who took their prayers to the "Atabey" a Native American god. If some of those words are familiar to you, then maybe you know something about cigars. The typical Native American Chief is out of place as a point of reference because the Taino definitely had a different look. I do appreciate these as art because they are individually carved and typically made respectfully. They belong outside tobacco shops. Since WDW doesn't have a tobacconist any longer, it's fine to get rid of IMO.