Sherry Pocknett Clams Thanksgiving
Paula Peters, Wampanoag tribal member, finds American...
Treaty of Canandaigua 2015 Alex Hamer Crowd
Members of the Six Nations of the Haudenosaunee and the U.S...
Sherri LaChapelle Basket Strips College of Menominee Nation
Ancient Native arts and technology are bringing a cultural...
George Billie News Press
A flock of birds landed in a large oak tree at the Seminole...
Billy Frank Jr.
Billy Frank Jr. (1931-2014) fought Washington State to...
Thanksgiving BuzzFeed Books
Indian country ally Chris Lam, of BuzzFeed, is at it again—...
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American Indian History

Tomaquag Museum Wampum Beads
Christina Rose
The 40,000-year-old wampum necklace may be the most impressive piece on view at the Tomaquag Museum in Exeter, Rhode Island, but that may change when 20,000 more archived items are...
Industrial Boarding School Puyallup Reservation
Richard Walker
“If it be admitted that education affords the true solution to the Indian problem, then it must be admitted that the boarding school is the very key to the situation,” Indian Schoo...
Pamela Hughes
Santo Domingo Pueblo jewelry artisans are well-known for their Thunderbird motif necklaces, bolo ties, earrings and hair clips inlaid and cut so finely that one necklace can contai...
Clyde Kennard
Dr. Dean Chavers
Clyde Kennard was a marked man when he applied for admission to the Mississippi Southern College in 1955, 1956, and 1959...
Welcome to Barrow NAGPRA Anthopologists
Steve Russell
This summer, Indiana University repatriated human remains and funerary objects from the campus in Bloomington, where the Mathers Museum of World Cultures advertises that its “singl...
Anne Minard
Five tribes formally unveiled their proposal on October 15 for a 1.9 million-acre Bears Ears National Monument, which would protect lands in southeastern Utah that are both cultura...
Natives at Dartmouth IPD Signs
Jacqueline Keeler
Once again Dartmouth College, home of the Ivy League’s largest Native American student program was in the news in a negative light...
Harlan McKosato
Albuquerque was one of many cities in the U.S. to proclaim the second Monday in October Indigenous Peoples’ Day, basically shunning the traditional Columbus Day celebration...