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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
Native History: Wounded Knee Descendent Remembers Family’s Past
This Date in Native History: On December 29, 1890, a band of Miniconjou Lakota led by Chief Spotted Elk—called Big Foot by the government—were massacred at Wounded Knee...
Video: Hunting Deer and Sharing the Harvest
In its sixth installment, Wisconsin Media Lab introduces Greg “Biskakone” Johnson, who lives his life according to the four seasons as his ancestors did...
Cherokee Horses: A Link to the Trail of Tears
The federal policy of Indian Removal forced thousands of Native people of the Southeastern United States westward, with many only taking what little they could carry...
The Longest Walk 4 Concludes at Alcatraz
The walk began on July 15 with a sunrise ceremony at the Washington Monument in Washington, D.C...
Native History: Ku Klux Klan Formed as a Secret Fraternity in Tennessee
This Date in Native History: On December 24, 1865, a group of confederate Civil War veterans formed the Ku Klux Klan in Pulaski, Tennessee...
The Day the World Didn’t End: Remember the Apocalypse?
Remember the apocalypse? It was a year ago today, or was supposed to be...
Native History: Indians Defeat Army to Protect Bozeman Trail
This Date in Native History: On December 21, 1866, the U.S. Army suffered its third largest defeat during the Indian Wars...
Native History: For More Land Jackson Presents Removal Treaty to Congress
This Date in Native History: On December 20, 1836, President Andrew Jackson presented Congress a treaty that removed six tribes from the Missouri territory to make room for white s...
How to Make the Census Count for Natives
Alex Ewen & Ivana Maravic
Of the many ways Natives have been abused, cheated and neglected by the United States government, one of the more subtle, but potentially most damaging for tribes today has been th...
Florida School Named After First KKK Grand Wizard to Get New Name
On Monday, December 16, the Duval County School Board voted unanimously to change the name of Nathan B. Forrest High School in Jacksonville, Florida...
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