The 2016 National Days of Prayer to Protect Native American...
Ninety-nine years and one day after General George A....
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Editor’s note: Voters this year will elect the 45th...
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During this year’s summer solstice at the site of the...
The 2016 National Days of Prayer to Protect Native American...
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American Indian History

ICTMN Staff
6/17/13
Choctaw Days is returning to the Smithsonian’s National Museum of the American Indian in Washington, D.C., for its third straight year...
ICTMN Staff
6/16/13
They've motored nearly 2,500 miles, and now the Freedom Caravan, consisting of five motorcycles and two vehicles bearing First Nations leaders and their support staff, have come fu...
ICTMN Staff
6/16/13
In a recent online column, Forbes sports business reporter Tom Van Riper made the case for why Dan Snyder will never change the name of his Washington Pigksins NFL franchise: Money...
ICTMN Staff
6/15/13
Yesterday, Navajo Nation President Ben Shelly commemorated the passing of two Navajo Code Talkers who were laid to rest earlier this week...
ICTMN Staff
6/15/13
Mike Florio of NBCSports.com's Pro Football Talk has been relentlessly and thoroughly examining the Washington Pigskins naming controversy...
Duane Champagne
6/15/13
One of the great challenges to renewing and sustaining indigenous nations are normless tribal members...
Alysa Landry
6/14/13
Two federal laws are clashing on the dusty shores of California’s Owens Lake...
ICTMN Staff
6/14/13
The Paiute Indian Tribe of Utah has a vision: To build a Native American cultural center on traditional Paiute lands in Southern Utah...
ICTMN Staff
6/14/13
To celebrate Father’s Day this weekend, the Chickasaw Cultural Center is offering free admission to fathers June 15-16 to Chikasha Poya Exhibit Center as well as complimentary cook...
Richard Walker
6/14/13
Members of an 1890 expedition, financed by a Seattle newspaper, described the banks of the Upper Quinault River as “so dense with underbrush as to be almost impenetrable.” Logs jam...

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