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Hillary Clinton’s Run: Seneca Women, Modocs Facing Gallows and One Tough Quaker
When Hillary Clinton broke the longest-lasting glass...
Richard M. Nixon: ‘Self-Determination Without Termination’
Editor’s note: Voters this year will elect the 45th...
Dallas Goldtooth, Arvol Looking Horse and Kandi Mosset Stand Up for the Sacred in Stunning Video by Matika Wilbur and Myron Dewey
Dakota Access oil pipeline workers gouged a trench over two...
‘Obama, Hear Our Cry’: Lakota Women Call on President to Stop Violence
Editor’s Note: This open letter to President Obama was...
Burn The Zozobra! Photos of Annual Indigenous 50-Foot Burning Man
When I moved to New Mexico in 2004 I was intrigued by an...
Behind the Scenes at the Mescalero Apache Puberty Rites
Over July 4th weekend the public can witness traditional...
American Indian History
The Sick Obsession of Dr. Glidden & His Museum Built With Sacred Bones
Twenty-six miles off the coast of Los Angeles, Catalina Island has been a weekend playground for Hollywood’s glitterati and ordinary folk alike for over 100 years...
Native History: Apache Scout Involved in Geronimo's Surrender Dies
This Date in Native History: On July 31, 1937, the Chiricahua Apache scout Charles Martine, who played a role in Geronimo’s eventual surrender, died...
5 Monuments Guaranteed to Drive Natives Nuts
Carving the faces of “founding fathers” who weren’t good for Indian policy into sacred mountains, having to walk by a monument of a man who was responsible for the death of countle...
Native History: Shoshone Massacred, Then Signed Treaty That Helped Mormons
This Date in Native History: On July 30, 1863, Shoshone Chief Pocatello and eight other chiefs signed the Treaty of Box Elder , forfeiting two-thirds of the Shoshone’s traditional ...
Native History: Spanish Priests First Europeans to See Anasazi Ruins
This Date in Native History: On July 29, 1776 two Spanish Franciscan priests—Silvestre Velez de Escalante and Francisco Atanasio Dominguez—left Santa Fe, New Mexico to establish an...
Poisoned at the Friendship Feast: 'More Than 200 Haunt These Hills'
Connor Larkin isn’t a professional writer or poet. He is a teenager, an activist and a member of the Trinity Norrelmuk Wintu Nation...
Wintu Massacre: 'A Very Sacred Area Where Some Very Bad Things Happened'
After traveling deep into the heart of Northern California’s Shasta-Trinity National Forest, about a dozen young people gathered in a circle as James Hayward Sr...
This Date in History: Indian Agent Involved in Death of Sitting Bull Dies
He’s become known as the man inadvertently responsible for the death of Sitting Bull, he was a prominent Indian agent by the name of James McLaughlin...
Untelling the Big Lie: The Murder of Two Blackfeet by Lewis & Clark Party
Accounts of what happened leading up to the shooting vary depending on who you ask, but the result was the same...
Canada's Sins: Govt. Starved Sitting Bull to Push Him Back to U.S.
When Robert Waite, a former Canadian Council for Aboriginal Business board member, heard a National Park Service Ranger say Sitting Bull had died because of Canada’s sins he wrote ...
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