I know, I was just continuing the list for fun. Thank you for the extremely useful document!
Here in Maine, USA, there's a big distinction made between so-called natives and people "from away," also known as flatlanders, even if they're from Colorado or Nepal.
It's not enough to be born here. You're not a Mainer unless you were conceived here. There's a saying: Just 'cause the cat had her kittens in the oven, that don't make 'em biscuits."
I have lived in many parts of the United States, and my native language is American English. I am not a teacher, but I have tutored writing at the state university here in the state of Maine and have done a good deal of copy editing and writing, sometimes for publication.