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Video: Watch Colorado Governor’s Sand Creek Apology
Cheyenne and Arapaho Television (CATV 47) was on hand for...
Sign This: Another Petition to Remove Andrew Jackson from the $20 Bill
“Andrew Jackson was a racist president that sympathized...
Putting History on Display: Native Athletes Celebrated In Montana
On Friday, 10 Native athletes were inducted into the...
Yale Brings Native New England Research Into the 21st Century
The Yale Indian Papers Project is making it easier to learn...
Cracker Jacks, Toboggans and More: 5 Native Inventions We Couldn’t Live Without
With the vast array of Native innovations that manifest in...
Native History: Ways to Remember Sand Creek on the 150th Anniversary
Some would prefer to sweep away memories of the massacre,...
American Indian History
Equinox Phenomena in Action: Video
Hooray! It's spring! On this day, March 20, 2012, the day and night are almost equally long as the sun passes over the equator in what's known as the vernal equinox ...
Equinox Heralds New Beginnings as First Day of Spring Dawns
At precisely 1:14 a.m. on March 20, the sun passed directly over the equator, marking the vernal equinox and the start of spring...
Three Sites Important to Native History Named National Landmarks
Three sites significant to American Indians made it on the most recent round of National Historic Landmarks announced March 6 by U.S...
Maintaining Culture Is Not an Act of Violence
One of the arguments against indigenous self-government is that it requires special rights and stokes the flames of cultural, political and identity difference...
Indigenous and American Studies Storyteller's Conference
The University at Buffalo Graduate Students Association in American Studies will present "Challenging Settler Colonialism," March 23-24 as the 8th Annual Indigenous and American St...
History Program Honors Native Women
Historic Native American women will be honored March 24 at 2 p.m. at a Women in History program being presented by the Douglas County Historical Society...
Traditional Knowledge Informs of Japan-Style Earthquake Danger Off U.S., Canada
As Japan looks back on the one-year anniversary of the catastrophic earthquake and tsunami that leveled a northern region last March 11, Canada is looking ahead...
Toddlers Can Learn Lakota With New App
A screen capture from the Lakota Toddler app. Lakota Toddler, a new free app available in the iTunes store, is an easy to use, fun way for toddlers to learn Lakota words...
Uncovering the History of Ojibwe Women
For Brenda Child, researching Holding Our World Together: Ojibwe Women and the Survival of Community (Viking, 2012), a history of Ojibwe women that stretches across four states and...
Ojibwe Women, Keeping Community Alive: Book Review
Editor's note: A new book details the ways in which Ojibwe women kept the cultural flame alive from contact onward...
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Obama Names Two Tribes Among 16...
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It's On! March, Rally Against...
Blackhorse: Fake Chiefs,...
Video: Hoopa Home Chef Cooks Up...
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Native Cooking: Thanksgiving Is...