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Stewardship Wins at UNESCO Reserve
A Christian Call to Stewardship of Bears
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Donald Trump and Federal Indian Policy
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Riders Complete 100-Mile Nez Perce Ride
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Lakota Speaking South Dakota Delegate
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Thing About Skins
Appaloosa Riders Complete 100-Mile Nez Perce Trail Ride
The Nez Perce Trail is rugged, and often remote, but 167...
5 Must-See Images of Sacred Places
There are too many sacred places across Turtle Island to...
Legislation Honors Long-Ago Federal Promises to Replace Tribal Fishing Villages Drowned By Columbia River Dams
It has taken nearly 80 years, but the federal government is...
Calvin Coolidge: First Sitting Prez Adopted by Tribe Starts Desecration of Mount Rushmore
Editor’s note: Voters this year will elect the 45th...
Spiritual Vultures: Films Explore Cultural Appropriation by New Agers
“This is a very sacred kiva,” says the late Thomas Banyacya...
3 Historical Native Women You Might Not Know, But Should
In the category of “famous Native American women,” everyone...
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'Got Land?' Hoodie Orders Flood in After School Controversy
Jeff Menard, of the Anishinaabe Pine Creek First Nation in Manitoba, Canada, has been making “Got Land?...
Washington State Bill Would Help Clear Fish Wars Convictions
They were known as the Fish Wars, and they pitted Indigenous Peoples’ treaty-mandated fishing rights against Washington State regulations that prohibited the harvesting of salmon o...
Noble Savages and Noble Nations
In American Indian history there are often characterizations of Native peoples as “noble savages.” The expression is a European term based on European understandings and culture...
Florida Construction Uncovers 2,000-Year-Old Native Woman
Construction was halted December 18 on a trench for a new water main on Pine Island Road in Davies, Florida when a perfectly preserved burial was uncovered...
Video: Healing After a Death and Bringing the Culture Back
In its seventh installment, Wisconsin Media Lab introduces Molly Miller, whose Munsee name is Wasalaangweew (Bright Star)...
Aliens, Shmaliens: Michigan Man Uses Ancient Technology to Build His Own Stonehenge
Much has been made of the ancients’ technological prowess in moving mammoth stones and in building structures that are precisely aligned with solar and lunar phenomena...
Life of Famed Chickasaw Performer Found in Museum Archives
Deborah Large, Chickasaw Nation
The American Museum of Natural History in New York houses a unique Te Ata collection that details much of her life while married to Clyde Fisher, the first chairman of the Hayden P...
Native History: Roosevelt Declares Grand Canyon a National Monument
This Date in Native History: On January 11, 1908, President Theodore Roosevelt declared the Grand Canyon a national monument, placing under federal protection the 10-mile-wide, 277...
A House Divided in Praying Indian Town
A house on the site of the first Praying Indian Town, in Natick, Massachusetts, was built on the original homelands of the Nipmuc...
Carlisle Indian Industrial School Files Go Digital
Want to know more about students who attended Carlisle Indian Industrial School? Now doing just that is far easier...
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