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More Than 100 Attend 18th Annual Sand Creek Massacre Spiritual Healing Run
The 18th Annual Sand Creek Massacre Spiritual Healing Run/...
The ‘King’s Highway’ Encounters Some Bumps and Roadblocks Along the Way
Who is best qualified to tell the story of the California...
Aboriginal Pathways and Trading Routes Were California’s First Highways
On July 16, 1769, the Spanish Franciscan friar Junipero...
Museum Exhibits You Can Eat: Navajo Chef ‘Curates’ History With Cuisine
Classic French, Italian and Japanese foods are all highly...
Manifest Destiny in Texas: Botched Mexican-American History Text Slams All Indians
Everybody knows the phrase “manifest destiny,” but Indians...
Remembering Sand Creek: Proposed Memorial Would Bring History to Colorado’s Capitol Grounds
“Remember us. Don’t forget us, remember us.” These are the...
American Indian History
Indians Are Invisible: What I Learned Researching US Presidents
The grand narrative of the United States does not include the Indigenous story. For any serious student of history, this should come as no surprise...
‘They Are Still Here’—New Western Shoshone Documentary Underway
Documentary filmmaker Joel Freedman has just returned from Western Shoshone country, where he has shot many hours’ worth of images over several trips for the third in his classic s...
Engaging Local and State Governments Can Be Difficult, But Should Be Done
It may be useful for tribal governments to engage in cooperative government relations with local cities, counties, and states...
The Story of Donehogawa, First Indian Commissioner of Indian Affairs
The election of Ulysses S...
Image Gallery: 500 Interfaith Clergy and Laity Answered the Call to Stand With Standing Rock
CANNON BALL, NORTH DAKOTA ( Episcopal News Service )—In a historic show of interfaith support and solidarity, more than 500 interfaith clergy and laity answered a call to come to N...
9 Tewa Ceramic Pots Lead the Way Home, 91 More to Follow
Ceramic pots from the Pueblos of Ohkay Owingeh, Nambe, Pojoaque, San Ildefonso, Santa Clara and Tesuque were liberated from a Smithsonian Institution storage vault in Suitland, Mar...
DAPL Desecrated Sacred Sites, Took 10 Days to Tell State, as Human Rights Abuses Continue
Under orders from the Army Corps of Engineers, Morton County law enforcement acted on the water protectors at Standing Rock with violence again on Wednesday November 3, shooting “n...
Get Your Beards Ready for National Bison Day
Once nearly extinct, the National Bison Legacy Act, designating the iconic animal as the United States national mammal was signed by President Barack Obama on May 9, 2016...
It’s National Native American Heritage Month: President Issues Proclamation
The White House
As the First Americans, Native Americans have helped shape the future of the United States through every turn of our history...
Barrow, Alaska, Closer to Getting Its Inupiat Name Back
In 1825, British naval officer Frederick William Beechey, surveying the Alaska coast, named the point jutting out into the Chukchi Sea after Sir John Barrow, a British statesman an...
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