It’s summer, and teachers across Turtle Island will...
In Part 5 of our exclusive series we looked at how new...
Nearly a century and a half after a congressional panel...
What will visitors learn during a visit to First Peoples...
Soon after the arrival of Columbus, detailed descriptions...
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American Indian History

Duane Champagne
6/1/14
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...
Gale Courey Toensing
5/30/14
“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...
ICTMN Staff
5/29/14
A group of students from Massachusetts are petitioning the Obama administration to remove Andrew Jackson from the $20 bill and replace him with “someone who was more committed to l...
ICTMN Staff
5/26/14
It’s just a hair under 300 words, yet it contains volumes. We’re talking about President Abraham Lincoln’s Gettysburg address, given to urge unification during the U.S. Civil War...
Alysa Landry
5/26/14
This Date in Native History: On May 26, 1637, a Puritan force fortified by Native allies massacred a Pequot fort in Connecticut, killing as many as 500 men, women and children and ...
Office of the Press Secretary
5/23/14
As part of his commitment to make 2014 a year of action using his pen and phone, President Barack Obama signed a proclamation May 21 to establish the Organ Mountains-Desert Peaks N...
ICTMN Staff
5/22/14
She promised her sculptor husband before he died in 1982 that she would continue work on the controversial Crazy Horse Memorial being carved into the Black Hills...
ICTMN Staff
5/22/14
In its eighth installment, Wisconsin Media Lab introduces Jason Bisonette, an Ojibwe of Odaawaazaga’igan and Marine Corps veteran, who believes mainstream education is necessary bu...
Alysa Landry
5/21/14
This Date in Native History: On May 21, 1758, Delaware Indians kidnapped a child named Mary Campbell from her home in western Pennsylvania and held her captive during the French an...
Christina Rose
5/20/14
One of the most well preserved Native villages in North America, where the Tequesta lived in Florida for 2,000 years, may soon be found beneath a luxurious hotel and entertainment ...

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