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Strumming the Soundtrack of Life: Kamaka Family Rocks the Ukulele
The soundtrack to many a Hawaiian daydream includes the...
Take That, Columbus! Celebrate NY Indigenous Peoples Day on Monday and Pow Wow This Weekend
Featuring over 500 Native American artists, educators,...
Growing Up Ojibwe: Brenda J. Child Wins Award for Historical Family Memoir
Author and historian Brenda J. Child has won the Jon Gjerde...
Bears Ears 1.9 Million–Acre Monument Would Be Unique Tribal-Federal Collaboration
Five Four Corners-area tribes have united to propose a 1.9...
Talking Stick and Feather: Indigenous Tools Hold Sacred Power of Free Speech
As Peace Makers in tribal court, it is ultimately important...
The First American Revolution: The Pueblo Revolt
“We don’t have a word for hero. But you can say a hero is...
American Indian History
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...
How Does Tribal Leadership Compare to Parliamentary Leadership?
Many traditional American Indian governments have significant organizational similarities with contemporary parliamentary governments around the world...
Battle Lines & Power Lines: The Never-Ending Fight Over Killdeer Mountain
Tanya H. Lee
Energy developers continue their assault on the 1864 Taĥċa Wakutėpi (Killdeer Mountain) battlefield, where Union Brig...
National Indian Week Is All About Pride
The Reno-Sparks Indian Colony in Reno, Nevada, will celebrate and honor its ancestors during its 10th National Indian Week, which starts today...
Pulled From the Depths: Boy Finds a Native Canoe While Diving
A 7-year-old boy and his grandfather spotted a piece of wood while scuba diving in Owens Lake in Florida, reported Bay News Channel 9 ...
Failed Treaty of Point Elliott Promises Spotlighted in Play
This was James “Smitty” Hillaire’s debut as a stage actor, and yet he emoted anger, frustration and pain like a pro. “We don’t like to call it acting,” Hillaire said...
Native History: Nez Perce Leader Chief Joseph Walks On
This Date in Native History: On September 21, 1904 Chief Joseph passed away on the Colville Reservation in Washington, never having gained permission to return to his homeland in t...
Native History: 1638 Treaty of Hartford Meant to Quell Fear of Devil
This Date in Native History: As the dubious founders of Indian policy, Connecticut claims the first massacre of Native people, the first forced removals, and the first reservations...
The First Native Man of Letters: Harvard's Indian Colonial Poet (in Latin!)
By Corydon Ireland
For nearly 300 years, Harvard student Benjamin Larnell (c. 1694–1714) was simply a footnote to scholars of Native American history...
U.S. Celebrates Dam; Wintu Say It Is 'Scar That Will Never Heal'
There was 183 of them—recently deceased Winnemem Wintu relatives resting beneath the banks of the McCloud River, wrapped in deerskin and buried in a sitting position, facing Mt...
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