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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
‘Unmasking the Domination Code’ Documentary Elicits Gasps, Applause
The Western Hemisphere was home to tens of millions of First Peoples when European settlers arrived, but less than a century later the number had dropped by 95 percent—a survival r...
Sale of Sacred Object Stopped By Museum and Native Leaders
Once, Native sacred objects were secure. No one stole them. They were alive with the tribe’s spirit and to steal one was not theft, but kidnapping...
Boarding Schools: A Black Hole of Native American History
Zigmund Hollow Horn sat inside the deanery of a small Episcopal church just off Eagle Butte, South Dakota’s main street. A thick fog had settled over town...
Uranium Mining: Book Explores the ‘Wastelanding’ of the Navajo Nation
Tanya H. Lee
The sad history of uranium mining and the desolation it has wrought across tracts of Navajo country has been the subject of numerous studies, articles and surveys...
Intergenerational Grief on Cheyenne River Indian Reservation
Candace Ducheneaux, a Lakota Indian with gray-streaked hair and a blunt, feisty spirit, sat down to a metal picnic table at a playground in this dusty, rundown town, one of America...
No Sympathy for the Devil: Change the Name to Bear Lodge
Arvol Looking Horse, who needs no introduction in these pages, filed a petition in November 2014 to change the name of Devils Tower back to the traditional name translated to Engli...
Controversy Over Bear River Massacre Archaeological Survey
An archaeological exploration of the Bear Creek Massacre grounds, where 450 Northwestern Shoshone men, women, and children were killed on January 29, 1863, has been approved by the...
Serra-gate: The Fabrication of a Saint
Christine Grabowski, Ph.D.
There is a scurrilous fabrication being disseminated by the Catholic Church regarding Junípero Serra, the missionary whom Pope Francis intends to canonize on September 23, 2015...
Decoding the Doctrine of Christian Discovery: Wolfchild/Newcomb Documentary Screens in NYC
On the eve of Pope Francis’s visit to Turtle Island later this month, a primer is in order, and the new documentary The Doctrine of Discovery: Unmasking the Domination Code is the ...
10,000-Year-Old Stone Tools Reveal Ancient Activity Hub Near Seattle
What began as routine construction for a shopping mall near Seattle has turned into a major archaeological find...
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