BIA School Records In the 1880s, the Bureau of Indian...
The bison is beloved for a reason. Many reasons, in fact....
We’ve all known (or raised) a child like the title...
Close to 200 people gathered on the Pine Ridge Reservation...
It was erected to honor residential school survivors, but...
Orcas, or killer whales, were once ubiquitous in the waters...
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Genealogy

Carol Berry
6/15/12
To Native American people, the basalt volcanic uplifts that have become familiar landmarks on the Plains are more than simply geologic features...
ICTMN Staff
6/14/12
Chief Alexander McGillivray A watch said to have been custom made as a gift from George Washington to Alexander McGillivray, an 18 th century Creek leader, was featured in the June...
Carol Berry
6/14/12
From earth to sky, there’s no frontier Native American women haven’t crossed, from mapping the earth to flying through hurricanes to mastering animal science and promoting indigeno...
ICTMN Staff
6/13/12
When Scott Hewitt, who guides canoe and kayak trips on the Sangamon River, discovered the piece of American Indian pottery he thought it was just a piece of rock, reported The Stat...
Carol Craig
6/13/12
An 18-minute black-and-white film, “The Last Salmon Feast of the Celilo Indians,” was produced by the Oregon Historical Society in the late 1950s to document the final fish ceremon...
ICTMN Staff
6/13/12
Vancouver Sun blogger Douglas Todd recently called Seattle Art Museum’s (SAM) permanent collection of aboriginal artwork “beautiful, well-presented, entrancing and a touch mystical...
ICTMN Staff
6/13/12
Although human hunting played a part in the demise of the woolly mammoth about 10,000 years ago, homo sapiens were but bit players in a global drama involving climate change, comet...
Confederated Tribes of Grand Ronde
6/12/12
The Confederated Tribes of Grand Ronde, along with representatives from some of the other nine federally recognized Tribes in Oregon, does not support the recent Oregon Board of Ed...
ICTMN Staff
6/11/12
A pair of wooden figures created by First Nations carvers on the British Columbia coast in the 19 th century are being auctioned today as part of a major sale of aboriginal art in ...
Mary Annette Pember
6/10/12
Mothers and Earth, Joined in the End To read Mark Anthony Rolo’s My Mother Is Now Earth (Borealis Books, 2012) is to have your heart suddenly rise into your throat, spreading its w...

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