A group of nuns is urging Pope Francis to rescind the...
Scientists looking into the genetics of ancient Arctic...
By Judith Sayers, Maureen Grant, Dave Schaepe, Robert...
Grist, the esteemed environmental reporting website, has...
BIA School Records In the 1880s, the Bureau of Indian...
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Genealogy

ICTMN Staff
6/16/12
Though not much remembered south of the 49th Parallel, the War of 1812, seminal in the creation of Canada, was marked by alliances between aboriginals and the British...
Stephanie Woodard
6/16/12
Deep inside the unassuming borders of what is today Ohio sits a complex of earthworks aligned so precisely with the rise and set of the moon that modern surveying equipment could n...
ICTMN Staff
6/15/12
Observances and ceremonies will be held across the country from June 16-24 as part of National Sacred Places Prayer Days...
Gale Courey Toensing
6/15/12
An important Haudenosaunee wampum belt has been returned to the Onondaga Nation ...
ICTMN Staff
6/15/12
In 1926, a six-ton rock covered in petroglyphs was moved from the bank of the Fraser River, in interior British Columbia, and taken to Stanley Park in Vancouver...
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...

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