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Fake Native American Found on Jackson
The Navajo Power Plant & Colo. River
Kahanamoku Surfboard Goes to D.C.
ICTMN’s July 4 Pow Wow Weekend Guide
Fourth of July Classics Are All Native
Dolphin Busts Ankles; KKK vs. MLK
A Native Linkedin/Facebook Is Here!
Two Native Youth Raise Funds to Visit DC
Keep Your Disney Princess to Yourself
Youth Key to Stopping Cycle of Violence
Feds Charge 'Cherokee' Artist as Fake
Choctaw Stickball: A Game of History
Youth Conference Focus on Apache Pride
Interior Declines Duwamish Fed Rec
Pamunkey Becomes 567
Real-Money Online Gaming a Bust?
Blackhorse: 5 Voices Talk 'Indian'
Northwest Tribes Host Canoe Journeys
Crownpoint Health Turning Patients Away
Tulalip Tribes Sues State, County
Thing About Skins
Truth & Reconciliation Commission’s Work Ends With a Path Forward
Denise Yarmal Altvater, a member of the Passamaquoddy Tribe...
Whale Wars Group vs. Makah: Who Decides If Traditions Are Authentic?
It was overcast and drizzling the morning of May 17, 1999...
National Aboriginal Day Brings Hope for Results From Truth and Reconciliation Report
As National Aboriginal Day dawns, Indigenous Peoples across...
Video: National Aboriginal Day Celebrates First Nations, Inuit and Métis Cultures
It’s no secret that Turtle Island was heavily populated...
DNA Proves Kennewick Man, the Ancient One, Is Native; Tribes Continue Fight for Reburial
Final analysis of 9,000-year-old ancient DNA published June...
From the Heart: Tulalip History and Memoir Is a Walk Back in Time
Two dozen years after her death, Harriette Shelton Dover...
I Am a Man Author Visits Columbus Public Library
Joe Starita , a professor of journalism in the College of Journalism and Mass Communications at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln, will present a program about Chief Standing Bear...
73rd Tekakwitha Conference Scheduled in Kateri’s Mohawk Homeland
Gale Courey Toensing
The Saint Regis Mohawk Tribal Council and the Mohawk Council of Akwesasne have each contributed $25,000 to support the 73 rd Annual Tekakwitha Conference. The St...
Daffodil Princess Walks On
Rather than the princess herself, a photo of Alexandria Tyler Cole will be placed on her seat on the Queen’s Float in Saturday’s Grand Floral Parade during the Daffodil Festival...
American Indian Rights Activist Walks On
Agnes Dill, a renowned educator and lifelong proponent of American Indian rights passed away March 17. She was 98...
University Recognizes Native Students With Awareness Week and Powwow
Black Hills State University has the highest percentage of Native American students of all universities in South Dakota, according to Urla Marcus, director of BHSU’s Center for Ame...
For Navajo Nation Citizens, Finding Unrelated Mates Within Tribe Becoming Difficult
Navajo Nation tribal member Kelvin Long, 36, chuckles at the memory: He’d taken a year off from work, and a would-be co-worker lured him back by inviting him to a meeting in Flagst...
A New Attack on Repatriation
Who owns the past? That’s the headline of an editorial in the April copy of Scientific American . The question is occasioned by regulations that the U.S...
The Gods of Prophetstown: Review and Interview
Chronicle of a Takeover Foretold: Book Review What began as Adam Jortner’s doctoral dissertation became instead an in-depth look at the complexities of religion and politics and th...
Raising Dam Would Drown Sacred Site
For thousands of years, Winnemem Wintu once lived at their village of Kaibai along the flats of the then powerful McCloud River outside Redding in Northern California...
Trees Bent By American Indians Being Identified and Preserved
"If they could talk, the stories they could tell," Steve Houser, an arborist and founding member of the Dallas Historic Tree Coalition , told the Associated Press ...
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