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First Nations Open Reserves to Evacuees
Leonard Peltier Not Chosen for Clemency
Hunter Shot Famous Yellowstone Grizzly
Joint Statement To The Pontifical Counci
Oh, Deer! Cement Shoes Are Real
Confirmed: Racial Inequities in Health
Shoshone Tribe Buys Farm Land in Wyoming
Face to Face with Pope Francis
Global Canoe Paddles for Native Voices
College Fund Receives $2.4 Million Grant
Autism: What You Should Know
The Ties That Bind Heroes
Bernie Sanders Knows
All-Lakota Youth Archery Team Advances
Racist Comments After UNM Drops GON
Alberta Fires Cover 300+ Square Miles
John Leguizamo's Latin History 4 Morons
35 Years: Iroquois Indian Museum
Acuña De Chaupe Wins Goldman Prize
Native Youth Discuss Community Service
Thing About Skins
In Lew of an Indian, Harriet Tubman
Treasury Secretary Jack Lew’s announcement that Andrew...
Ceremony: Remember and Honor Those Buried at Hiawatha Asylum
Construction of the Hiawatha Asylum for Insane Indians by...
Looking for True History of Native Peoples? 5 Indigenous Women Who Get It Right
ICTMN featured American Indian women history professors...
Ulysses S. Grant: Mass Genocide Through ‘Permanent Peace’ Policy
Editor’s note: Voters this year will elect the 45th...
Army Corps Finally Agrees The Ancient One Is Native American, Will Return Home
For years, the Colville, Nez Perce, Umatilla, Wanapum and...
Bison Poised to Become National Mammal After House Votes Yes; Senate Approval Pending
After a years-long campaign by tribes, conservationists and...
American Indian History
Native History: ‘The Lone Ranger’ Debuts on Detroit Radio, Introduces Tonto
This Date in Native History: On January 30, 1933, The Lone Ranger debuted on the Detroit, Michigan, radio station WXYZ, introducing America to the legendary masked rider...
Native History: Bear River Massacre Devastates Northwestern Shoshone
This Date in Native History: On January 29, 1863, 450 Northwestern Shoshone were killed along the Bear River, near present day Preston, Idaho, in perhaps the largest massacre in Un...
Native History: Queen Lili‘uokalani Becomes Last Monarch of Hawaiian Islands
This Date in Native History: On January 29, 1891, Queen Lili‘uokalani became the last monarch of the Hawaiian Islands...
Fort Sill Apache Tribe Supports Establishment of National Monument
Fort Sill Apache Tribe
On January 24, the Fort Sill Apache tribe issued a resolution of support for the establishment of the Organ Mountains-Desert Peaks national monument located in tribe’s aboriginal h...
Puerto Rico to Turn Story of Taino Chief’s Victory Into TV Series
The sixteenth century story of a great Taino chief and one of the first indigenous victories against the Spanish is being turned into a six-part television series in Puerto Rico...
USS Chickasaw Victorious in Battle, Served Long Life After
The first of three U.S. naval ships named for the Chickasaws was commissioned 150 years ago...
Candessa Tehee Embraces Role as Leader of Cherokee Heritage Center
Twenty years ago when Candessa Tehee worked as a teenage tour guide at the Cherokee Heritage Center in Tahlequah, Oklahoma, she had no idea she would someday be in charge of the op...
Native History: California Gold Rush Begins, Devastates Native Population
This Date in Native History: On January 24, 1848, a millwright named James Marshall discovered gold along California’s American River, forever changing the American West and prompt...
History or Bunk?: 20 New Deal Murals Depicting American Indians
"Indians at the Post Office"
Native History: Major Attacks Wrong Indian Village, Doesn’t Care
This Date in Native History: On January 23, 1870, U.S...
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