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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
Tohono O’odham Celebrate Ancestors—In Sculpture
Long before there were cowboys in the West, there were Indians, and after a decade and a half of effort, some of Southern Arizona’s indigenous ancestors are receiving public recogn...
Native History: Apache Chief and ‘Crusader for Peace’ Cochise Walks On
This Date in Native History: On June 8, 1874, the great Apache Chief Cochise died in southeastern Arizona after fighting U.S...
Mayan and Proud: Contemporary Maya Talk Culture, Tradition
Dawn creeps slowly over Tikal National Park in northern Guatemala...
'Pregnant Buffalo’ Rock Art at Nine Mile Canyon Defaced
How did you spend your Memorial Day weekend? Someone spent theirs defacing rock art dubbed “Pregnant Buffalo” at Nine Mile Canyon in Utah...
Video: The Invasion of America—Watch the Indigenous Land Base Shrink
American Indians in the United States know there was a time when we represented 100 percent of the population and owned 100 percent of the land...
Video: Remember the Removal Riders Begin 950-Mile Journey
They have a long journey ahead of them—the Remember the Removal riders are on their way...
Native Remains Unearthed in Silicon Valley... Two Years Ago!
You read that right...
Native History: Citizenship Thrust Upon Natives by U.S. Congress
This Date in Native History: On June 2, 1924, Congress granted United States citizenship to Native Americans born in the United States...
How Chavez Dealt With the US Government—and How Natives Do
The recent movie Cesar Chavez: History is Made One Step at a Time brings home differing strategies between minority groups and indigenous nations in their legal and political relat...
Save Hickory Ground Rally Shut Down at NIGA
Gale Courey Toensing
“The funny thing is we won’t discuss [Hickory Ground] among ourselves as tribal nations and leaders but we’ll go to court and discuss it in front of strangers.” — Dennis Welch, Col...
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