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American Indian History

ICTMN Staff
10/10/11
Canada’s Thanksgiving has fallen on the same day as Columbus Day (more commonly known as Native American Day in some parts), the second Monday in October, each year since 1971...
ICTMN Staff
10/10/11
He learned his first legends from his two storytelling uncles and told stories at the opening of the National Museum of the American Indian in Washington, D.C...
Carol Berry
10/10/11
Smoldering and flaming, copies of two documents that initiated the destruction of Native cultures went up in smoke to loud cheers October 8, as opponents of the Columbus Day Parade...
Duane Champagne
10/8/11
A concerned Northwestern tribal member sent me an e-mail some months ago...
ICTMN Staff
10/5/11
Ten years ago, when she was just 13 years old, Jordan Sanregret started researching her family tree...
ICTMN Staff
10/2/11
The Nebraska State Historical Society will honor John Wunder, author and emeritus professor of history and journalism at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln , with the Addison E...
Carol Berry
10/1/11
Our world may not be the global village or Spaceship Earth of last-century prognosticators, but we can at least avoid being an invasive species, one Native scholar believes...
ICTMN Staff
9/28/11
On September 15, Nat Ducat posted a personal story on The Record Searchlight website about growing up among stereotypes and learning about Native American history...
David Cournoyer
9/26/11
Fort Belknap Indian Community Council President Tracy King, Gerald Stiffarm, KGVA Station Manager, ANC President Carole Falcon-Chandler and ANC Board Chair Rob Adams at the naming ...
ICTMN Staff
9/24/11
What was once the site of a Cayuga village called Chonodote or Peachtown for its some 1,500 peach trees is now called Aurora —population 908—and the site of Wells College...

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