Pilgrims and Indians
It’s time to break out the construction paper and synthetic...
Robert Lindneaux Painting Sand Creek
This article is part of a series by the National Park...
Reviving an ancient cultural tradition, two hunters have...
In this chat, the inimitable Jim Northrup opens up in his...
Tribal Nations Map
As part of the American Indian College Fund’s Native...
It is well known, at least in American Indian circles, that...
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American Indian History

Alysa Landry
2/8/14
This Date in Native History: On February 8, 1887, U.S. President Grover Cleveland signed the Dawes Severalty Act into law, introducing private land ownership to American Indians...
ICTMN Staff
2/7/14
The Quapaw Tribe recently purchased some land in Little Rock, Arkansas, but was surprised at what they discovered there—an unmarked slave cemetery, reports KARK Channel 4 ...
ICTMN Staff
2/6/14
The developer knew the risks going in—MDM Development Group bought the land in downtown Miami, Florida a decade ago full well knowing it sat inside a designated archaeological zone...
ICTMN Staff
2/5/14
A British magistrate has summoned Thomas S...
Alysa Landry
2/4/14
This Date in Native History: On February 4, 1826, The Last of the Mohican s by James Fenimore Cooper was published, solidifying the author’s career as an American novelist...
Christina Rose
2/3/14
This Date in Native History: On February 3, 2006, “The World’s Fastest Indian” opened in movie theaters throughout the United States...
Alysa Landry
2/3/14
This Date in Native History: On February 3, 1889, the outlaw Belle Star was killed by two shots from behind, ending the reign of the famous “Bandit Queen” in the Oklahoma Territory...
ICTMN Staff
2/1/14
Its name means scorching or sparkling, derived from ancient Egyptian...
Richard Walker
1/31/14
The first people to arrive in Taholah, Washington during the 2013 Canoe Journey/Paddle to Quinault didn’t arrive by water, but by land...
Vincent Schilling
1/31/14
The word squaw certainly has had its share of history. In researching its meaning, squaw is either offensive or historically accurate in portraying a female Indian woman...

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