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Thing About Skins
Making Clothes and Catching Possums: Cherokee Elder Shares Stories
Cherokee Elder Charles Carey, known by his friends as “Bud...
Quileute Petroglyph Confirms Connection to Oral Histories
A pre-contact Quileute petroglyph that depicts K’wati, or...
Video: Cherokee Elder Steve Downing Jr. Shares Stories from Childhood
Cherokee Elder Steve Downing Jr. was born in 1925—he lived...
Video: A Personal Story of Cultural Genocide and Childhood Removal
Her mother was born into the Quinault and Quileute nations...
Children in the Crosshairs: The Emerging Battle Over Alaska’s Native Children
Richard had made up his mind. By the time he was 16, the...
Video: Cherokee Elder Rufus King Tells Us About His Childhood
Times “back then” were different. There weren’t iPhones and...
Native American Artifacts Auctioned
The Southern Oregon Historical Society sold a collection of artifacts December 5 that included a Cheyenne war shirt, said to be from the 1830s or 1840s, even though officials with ...
Remembering the Attack on Pearl Harbor 70 Years Later
It was on this day 70 years ago when 5,000 American Indians were serving in the military, a day when the attacks on Pearl Harbor happened and as President Franklin D...
Native American Reporter Tells Story of Ishi
This year marks the 100th anniversary of Ishi , or the man known as "the last wild Indian in North America." Ishi was a Yana from the Deer Creek area, about 150 miles northeast of ...
Native Americans Expose the Adoption Era and Repair Its Devastation
I’m an angry Indian,” Roger St. John, Sisseton Wahpeton Oyate, told the First Nations Repatriation Institute’s second annual adult adoptees summit...
Grad Student Plans to Reintroduce Buffalo on Reservation
Evelyn Boswell, Montana State University News Service
A Montana State University graduate student who shares his father's dream of reintroducing buffalo to a Wyoming Indian reservation has received a national fellowship from the Envir...
Choanoac Indians Honored With Historic Marker
This marker was dedicated on October 21, 2011...
Native Quest Offers Cultural Fulfillment
A nonprofit organization called Native Quest is giving urban Native Americans a place to call home by opening a cultural center in Tacoma, Washington...
Non-Native Wins Prestigious Native American History Award
Dartmouth College professor Colin Calloway was honored in September with the 2011 American Indian History Lifetime Achievement Award, which is presented to an individual for “helpi...
Tribes, Kibbutzim, and Iron Cages
Both Indian tribes and Israeli kibbutzim, plural for kibbutz, have engaged in alternative ways of economic production and organization...
Trees Planted in Honor of Late Mohawk Leader Jake Swamp
Tree planting in Huntington Park, Massachusetts Jake Swamp-Tekaronianeken, a Mohawk leader and founder of the Tree of Peace Society, was remembered last month, a year after he was ...
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