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Chickasaw Nation General Election
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Thing About Skins
7 Apologies Made to American Indians
The people in Bemidji, Minnesota are on a path to...
5 Things You Didn’t Think of as Native Technology
One of the biggest challenges for indigenous people in...
Red Cloud: A Life in Images
Born in 1822, Red Cloud was an Oglala Lakota war leader,...
‘Punched in the Gut’: Uncovering the Horrors of Boarding Schools
“No one has ever asked me before,” the elder explained. “...
Strawberry Thanksgiving Heralds Sweet Summer Treats
It was a small, but sweet gathering for Strawberry...
Whale Wars Group vs. Makah: Who Decides If Traditions Are Authentic?
It was overcast and drizzling the morning of May 17, 1999...
American Indian History
Native History: A Non-Traditional Sweat Leads to Three Deaths
This Date in Native History: The often misguided and misrepresented spiritual representation of traditional Native practices broke into mainstream media on October 8, 2009 when Jam...
Sunrise Ceremonies Mark Royal Proclamation’s 250th Anniversary on Both Sides of Atlantic
It’s called the Indian Magna Carta, and today marks its 250th anniversary...
Native History: Tecumseh Defeated at Battle of the Thames
This Date in Native History: On October 5, 1813, Shawnee Chief Tecumseh was killed at the Battle of the Thames, just north of the U.S.-Canada border...
Native History: ‘I Will Fight No More,’ Nez Perce War Ends
This Date in Native History: On October 5, 1877, the Nez Perce War officially ended as Chief Joseph rode slowly up a hill at the Bear Paw battlefield to where General Howard and Co...
Native History: Construction of Mount Rushmore Begins
This Date in Native History: On October 4, 1927, sculptor Gutzon Borglum began carving the faces of four presidents into the granite of the sacred Black Hills...
Native History: Rigged Trial Sentences Modoc Leader Captain Jack to Death
This Date in Native History: On October 3, 1873, the U.S...
Fight the Power: 100 Heroes of Native Resistance, Part 3
Highlighting the many Native resistance fighters from the 1500s to the 1800s who made a name for themselves in our country’s volatile history—ICTMN continues its list of historic n...
Native History: Yosemite National Park Created on Native Homelands
This Date in Native History: On October 1, 1890, Congress set aside 1,500 square miles to create the first national park—Yosemite National Park—in the United States...
Development Disturbs Significant Cultural Site at Killdeer Mountain
Killdeer Mountain as a natural land feature is hardly worth commenting on in a land where the horizon is more sky than earth...
One Pawnee Lawyer’s Passion for Protecting and Photographing Rock Art
A passion for rock art combined with a love of justice have been the driving forces in Lawrence Baca’s life for decades...
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