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Heritage Restored: Pronghorns Return to Colville Reservation a Century After Extirpation
It has been a hundred years or more since pronghorn...
Cracking the Custer Façade: Red Horse’s Drawings Shed Light on Little Bighorn
Ledger drawings by Red Horse, a Minneconjou Lakota Sioux...
Indian Policy ‘Fraudulent and Brutal’ Says John Quincy Adams
Editor’s note: Voters this year will elect the 45th...
‘Bring Them Home’: Rosebud Sioux Seeking Return of Relatives Buried at Carlisle
The Rosebud Sioux community is trying to bring back their...
Frybread 101: A Basic Recipe and Timeline
Of all the foods most commonly associated with Native...
Assimilation, Integration and Colonization
The expression “colonization” has gained a great amount of...
American Indian History
The Sick Obsession of Dr. Glidden & His Museum Built With Sacred Bones
Twenty-six miles off the coast of Los Angeles, Catalina Island has been a weekend playground for Hollywood’s glitterati and ordinary folk alike for over 100 years...
Native History: Apache Scout Involved in Geronimo's Surrender Dies
This Date in Native History: On July 31, 1937, the Chiricahua Apache scout Charles Martine, who played a role in Geronimo’s eventual surrender, died...
5 Monuments Guaranteed to Drive Natives Nuts
Carving the faces of “founding fathers” who weren’t good for Indian policy into sacred mountains, having to walk by a monument of a man who was responsible for the death of countle...
Native History: Shoshone Massacred, Then Signed Treaty That Helped Mormons
This Date in Native History: On July 30, 1863, Shoshone Chief Pocatello and eight other chiefs signed the Treaty of Box Elder , forfeiting two-thirds of the Shoshone’s traditional ...
Native History: Spanish Priests First Europeans to See Anasazi Ruins
This Date in Native History: On July 29, 1776 two Spanish Franciscan priests—Silvestre Velez de Escalante and Francisco Atanasio Dominguez—left Santa Fe, New Mexico to establish an...
Poisoned at the Friendship Feast: 'More Than 200 Haunt These Hills'
Connor Larkin isn’t a professional writer or poet. He is a teenager, an activist and a member of the Trinity Norrelmuk Wintu Nation...
Wintu Massacre: 'A Very Sacred Area Where Some Very Bad Things Happened'
After traveling deep into the heart of Northern California’s Shasta-Trinity National Forest, about a dozen young people gathered in a circle as James Hayward Sr...
This Date in History: Indian Agent Involved in Death of Sitting Bull Dies
He’s become known as the man inadvertently responsible for the death of Sitting Bull, he was a prominent Indian agent by the name of James McLaughlin...
Untelling the Big Lie: The Murder of Two Blackfeet by Lewis & Clark Party
Accounts of what happened leading up to the shooting vary depending on who you ask, but the result was the same...
Canada's Sins: Govt. Starved Sitting Bull to Push Him Back to U.S.
When Robert Waite, a former Canadian Council for Aboriginal Business board member, heard a National Park Service Ranger say Sitting Bull had died because of Canada’s sins he wrote ...
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