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Celebrating the Wampanoag Thanksgiving Harvest Menu, From 1621 to Now
Paula Peters, Wampanoag tribal member, finds American...
Treaty of Canandaigua Rededicated 221 Years Later [8 Images]
Members of the Six Nations of the Haudenosaunee and the U.S...
Rare, Traditional Arts Making a Comeback at Tribal Colleges
Ancient Native arts and technology are bringing a cultural...
‘White Man Kill Me Three Times’ Remembering Seminole Elder George Billie
A flock of birds landed in a large oak tree at the Seminole...
Billy Frank Jr. Recognized for Defense of Indian Sovereignty
Billy Frank Jr. (1931-2014) fought Washington State to...
Video: Natives Review Children’s Thanksgiving Storybooks
Indian country ally Chris Lam, of BuzzFeed, is at it again—...
American Indian History
Meryl Streep Ancestor Linked to Native American Battle
Academy Award winner Meryl Streep recently won the leading actress award from the British Academy of Film and Television Arts (BAFTA) for her portrayal as Margaret Thatcher, the fo...
Part 3: The Dawes Act Started the U.S. Land-Grab of Indian Territory
Gale Courey Toensing
February 8 marked the 125th anniversary of the notorious Dawes Act . This is part three of a three-part series on this devastating bit of legislation...
Mormons Apologize for Posthumous Baptism of Holocaust Survivor Wiesenthal’s Parents
Leaders of the Mormon church formally apologized to the family of Simon Wiesenthal, who survived the Nazi death camps and went on to become a Nazi hunter and a renowned advocate fo...
Navajo Counselor Focuses on Traditional Methods
With an inspiring view of Shiprock from his modular classroom behind Northwest High School on the Navajo Nation , in Shiprock, New Mexico, Wilson De Vore employs traditional Navajo...
Tatanka Means on Valentine's Day
He doesn't buy chocolate or roses for his wife on Valentine's Day, but he'll make you laugh. "I'm a practical kind of gift giver...
Armchair Archaeology Lecture Series
Three lectures will be presented as part of Flathead Valley Community College's Armchair Archaeology Lecture Series...
Creighton University Honors Native American Partners
Creighton University recently dedicated a Nebraska Historical Marker to document the presence of Native Americans in the area around what is now Omaha...
Part 2: The Dawes Act Started the U.S. Land-Grab of Indian Territory
Gale Courey Toensing
February 8 marked the 125th anniversary of the notorious Dawes Act . This is part two of a three-part series on this devastating bit of legislation...
Immersion School is Saving a Native American Language
The White Clay Immersion School on the Fort Belknap Indian Reservation in Harlem, Montana is trying to save the A’ani language...
Sacred Site Faces Legalized Desecration From Arizona Snowbowl Wastewater
The Navajo call them Doko’oo’sliid , or “Shining On Top.” To the Hopi, the peaks are Nuvatukaovi , or “The Place of Snow on the Very Top.” Whatever name they bear, the San Francisc...
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