No. Most traditional Native Americans insist they were created here and that is frankly true enough. Atlantis was created either by the Philosopher Plato or by his legendary ancestor Solon the Lawgiver. It is well known and documented elsewhere that the latter studied in Egypt, including at Athens's Sister City of Sais, and that he wrote patriotic odes. Plato says he was told this story there, and on discovering the names had been Egyptianized, found or created Greek equivalents when he took notes to write a patriotic ode about hem -- which he never got around to. Again, Critias was either his maternal grandfather or maternal uncle, and both would have inherited such personal papers of Solon so Plato could have read them. And it's equally possible that it meant an island in the Atlantic (and island it was at the HEART of an empire larger than Africa and Asia (meaning roughly North Africa and Asia Minor) or that the island was either Minoan or Mycenean -- and there are other reasons to believe the latter whether it was Santorini or not.
I won't go into your evidence except to say it's been answered. The point is that MOST of what is written about Atlantis has NOTHING to do with Plato and USUALLY treats as proven fact what HE would have problems accepting as such. He wrote in the days before Objectivity as we know it was possible or even considered desirable: it depends on an easy access to records that even the very wealthy didn't have until the Renaissance. He was an intelligent man and might have problems with it, actually. Most of what's been published since Ignatius Donnelly's Atlantis: The Antediluvian world in the nineteenth century really is fanciful speculation and not worth taking seriously. I will venture to call Madame Blavatsky's writings on it outright fraud and Edgar Cayce's and Rudolf Steiner's -- both of whom claimed the Akashic Records as their source -- as more complex: I neither EXACTLY accept nor reject them. But the idea of Atlantis which we see in the media is garbage and there is no way the Native Americans could have come from there.