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Democratic Sit-In: Not All Cracked Up 2B
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The 2016 ICTMN Native Golf Directory
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Susie Islands Return to Grand Portage
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The Week That Was: June 26, 2016
Thing About Skins
Giant Dugout Canoes Gather Again at Kettle Falls
Eight huge canoes arrived at Kettle Falls in northern...
Native History: The Famous Modoc Brave Who Wasn’t
With the American public eager to see what the disastrous...
Keeping History Alive; Oneida Heritage Opens Sharing Military Artifacts
For American Indians, as in many communities, joining the...
William McKinley: Dismantled Five Civilized Tribes
Editor’s note: Voters this year will elect the 45th...
‘The Other Slavery’: New Book Delves Into History of Native Enslavement
A newly released book is helping reshape a subject little...
Roots of Orlando Massacre Go Back 200 Years to Indian Wars
The tragedy that occurred in Orlando in the early morning...
American Indian History
Renowned Inuit Artist Kenojuak Ashevak Walks On
From $50 a print to once fetching $58,000 at auction for her most recognizable print, The Enchanted Owl , Inuit artist Kenojuak Ashevak has certainly made her mark on the Canadian ...
Outbreak Run Recognizes Historical Tragedy, Offers Contemporary Hope
After 133 years, Cheyenne people are teaching youth about their ancestors who left starvation and illness in Indian Territory—today’s Oklahoma—for an ill-fated attempt to return to...
British Columbia's Enduring Central Coast
Jude Isabella, TheTyee.ca
"You know it's a great day when you're knee deep in sperm." Ryan Cloutier, a young biologist, is delighted with his predicament...
Cherokee Nation to Restore Historic Capitol Building
The Cherokee Nation has embarked on a restoration project to refresh the Cherokee Nation Capitol building to its late 1800s appearance...
Indian Assimilation: The Mystery of the Tiny Handcuffs, Solved
Mary Annette Pember
Shane Murray vividly recalls the scowl on the face of the young Native woman at Haskell Indian Nation University’s Cultural Center when he placed a pair of tiny handcuffs on her de...
Theresa Spence Refuses to Meet Without Governor General, Draws Up Will
Attawapiskat First Nation Chief Theresa Spence, fasting for the past month in demand of a meeting with Prime Minister Stephen Harper and Governor General David Johnston, has said s...
Assemblyman Pushes for Native American Day to Replace Columbus Day
Instead of Columbus Day, California Assemblyman Roger Hernandez, D-West Covina, has introduced legislation that would recognize the second Monday in October as Native American Day...
Native Students Struggle for Space at Columbia University
Not since its founding in 1754 has Columbia University in New York City offered the Native American community a permanent residence on campus...
Mayan Ceremonies in Guatemala Celebrate the New Cycle
Mayan priests and special guests celebrated the Fire Ceremony on December 21 in the ancient city of Tikal, Guatemala to welcome the first rays of the sun and the beginning of a new...
Cayuga Museum Receives Replica Wampum Belt for Returning Haudenosaunee Spiritual Objects
Gale Courey Toensing
The Onondaga Nation has presented the Cayuga Museum of History and Art with a replica of a Haudenosaunee Confederacy wampum belt in appreciation for the return of 21 objects of spi...
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