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Indigenous Diversities: Each Nation Is Different
Indigenous nations are extremely diverse in terms of...
5 More Odd Facts About the Difficult, Tortured History of Virginia Indians
The Chickahominy Obligation to Fight the Spanish The...
How Salt Built Civilization
There must be something strangely sacred in salt. It is in...
Notes From a Single Mom: Our Founding ‘Feathers’
History was never my favorite subject in school. When you’...
4 Native Women Redefine Security and Fight for Sacred Places
“Welcome to Ohlone territory! We are still here, and we are...
The Battle For Mesa Prieta’s Petroglyphs
Mesa Prieta rises above the Rio Grande Valley in remote...
American Indian History
Preserving Indigenous Democracy
When Europeans first came to the Americas they took note of the democratic processes they observed in most indigenous nations...
‘Killer of Enemies’ Brings Apache Warrior Lozen to Life
Abenaki storyteller Joseph Bruchac’s latest young adult book, Killer of Enemies , introduces readers to Lozen and her post-apocalyptic world in which technology no longer works...
First Treaty Signed at Fort Pitt With Delaware for Trade and Alliance
Between 1778 and 1871, the United States negotiated treaties with Indians...
A Valentine’s Day History: From Beheading to Native Cupids and Roses
Valentine’s Day is now celebrated around the world even in Indian country, though it began with early Roman saints, priests and martyrs...
Native Girl Who Challenged Educational Boundaries to Be Honored
Who is Alice Piper? She is a woman who lived in Big Pine, California who did her part with the constitutional rights movement for Native Americans...
10 Native-Themed Valentine’s Day Gifts to Avoid
Nothing says Valentine’s Day more than a naked baby shooting arrows into your heart. But what if the baby was Native?...
Native History: Sacajawea Gives Birth to Young Explorer Pompey
This Date in Native History: On February 11, 1805, Jean Baptiste Charbonneau was born...
Bobby Onco, Wounded Knee Warrior, Walks On
Gale Courey Toensing
Robert Charles Onco, a member of the Kiowa Tribe of Oklahoma and an American Indian Movement activist, passed into the spirit world on January 31 after a long battle with lung canc...
Native History: French and Indian War Ends With Treaty of Paris
This Date in Native History: On February 10, 1763, the French and Indian War ended, giving the British continued opportunities to fail their promises and further their attempts to ...
Native History: Dawes Act Signed Into Law to 'Civilize' Indians
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...
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