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Tribe Rebuilds Citizen’s Home After Fire
Connecting Students and Universities
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What Would You Do? Brianna Went to Italy
Fighting Diabetes With Plant-Based Foods
Tribe Brings Home 38 Medals at NAIG
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Thing About Skins
Memories of Alcatraz Occupation: ‘It had a worldwide impact’
More than 40 years ago, Alcatraz was the scene of a large...
Keeping Culture Alive: Traditional Buffalo Hide Parfleches Are Still Made
The parfleche was absolutely beautiful, although the...
5 Things Educators Should Know Before Teaching Native Culture and History
It’s summer, and teachers across Turtle Island will...
Bering Strait Theory, Pt. 6: DNA, Blood Types and Stereotypes
In Part 5 of our exclusive series we looked at how new...
Did He Plan It? Governor’s Culpability in Sand Creek Massacre Still Unclear
Nearly a century and a half after a congressional panel...
10 Native Inventions and Innovations That Changed the World
Soon after the arrival of Columbus, detailed descriptions...
American Indian History
The Term ‘American Indian,’ Plus Ethnicity, Sovereignty, and Identity
There is a widespread view that Native American identity has been shaped by ethnicity, sovereignty, and tribal citizenship...
Native History: Harvard Rich Kid Starts Research for ‘Oregon Trail’
This Date in Native History: On June 15, 1846, Francis Parkman Jr., a young, Harvard-educated historian, arrived at Fort Laramie, Wyoming, to begin a summer of research among the O...
Church Leaders and Sand Creek Descendants Heal With Pilgrimage
United Methodist Church
On June 20, 2014 descendants of survivors of the Sand Creek Massacre will accompany 10 busloads of United Methodists to the Sand Creek Massacre National Historic Site outside Eads,...
An Agreement Is Reached Regarding Scalps at the Karl May Museum
In the months since the scalp situation at the Karl May Museum in Radebeul, Germany was brought to the general attention of Indian country, by majority in the German news media, re...
Snow Where You're Going: Trace Ancient Inuit Trails With Interactive Atlas
Ever wonder how the Inuit got around the Arctic centuries ago?...
Bering Strait Theory, Pt. 1: How Dogma Trumped Science
The discovery and examination of the ancient Mexican skeleton, Naia, has led scientists to once again rethink the origins of American Indians...
Kentucky Teen Travels Trail of Tears on Horseback
Many teens spend the summer between high school and college working, not Emma Swendsen, a 17-year-old from Kentucky...
Mayan Pyramids, Crystal Caves and Cracking Coconuts in Belize
Native culture thrives in Belize, a small Central American country bordering Mexico to the north and Guatemala to the west and south...
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...
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African American and Native History Collide at Arkansas Archeological Site
The Native American Story of Yosemite
Culture Bearers: 5 Carvers Who Kept Northwest Coast Carving Alive, Part 2
HistoryMakers Captures Heart of Black Experience in America
Not So Fast: Kit Carson Park in Taos, NM, Might NOT Be Renamed
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