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Thing About Skins
Two Studies Find Ties Between Native Americans and Australia; Disagree on Everything Else
Two new research studies, published in two separate...
The Battle For Mesa Prieta’s Petroglyphs
Mesa Prieta rises above the Rio Grande Valley in remote...
Jacksonland: Riveting Narrative Details Chief John Ross's Attempts to Save the Cherokee Nation
You don’t need to be a history buff to dive headlong into...
Author Steve Inskeep Talks John Ross, Andrew Jackson and the Trail of Tears
Noted author and journalist Steve Inskeep, co-host of ...
Uncovering the Sacred: 3,000 More Petroglyphs Identified at Jeffers
“The sacred is like rain. It falls everywhere but pools in...
Backyard Archaeologist’s Miami Property Valued at Nearly $2M, But He’ll Never Sell
A scrap of property near the heart of Miami is valued at...
Researching the Past
Lack of Tribal Consultation Leads to Conflict at a Denver Museum
When tribes, whose ancestors are the subject of a museum exhibit, are against that exhibit and ask for it to be closed pending further consultation, it’s obvious something is amiss...
Digging Up Hohokam History
The Pima Indian word for the Hohokam peoples translates to “all used up” or “the finished ones,” but archaeologists digging in Arizona’s University Indian Ridge Ruins continue to f...
Celebrating the First Native American Female Engineer
With March being Women’s History Month, it’s a good time to remember an important Cherokee woman: Mary Golda Ross...
Tuscarora Historian to Discuss Natives in the Potomac Valley
A section of the Frederick County, Maryland tourism website— VisitFrederick.org —focuses on the area’s rich Native American history...
Christian Evangelist David Barton: 'We Had to Destroy Indian Tribes'
Thursday’s edition of WallBuilders Live, a religiously slanted history podcast founded by David Barton, addressed just-war theory, which Barton defines as “what you have to do to s...
Advisory Council on Historic Preservation Adopts Plan to Support UNDRIP
The Advisory Council on Historic Preservation, which promotes the sustaining of the country’s historic resources and advises the president and Congress on preservation policy, form...
Grant Allows Increased Education on Native History in the Midwest
Most know the horrific story of the Trail of Tears, but the Ohio Historical Society fears not as many know the history behind the removal of Native Americans in the Midwest...
Relocation Brought Collaboration: Denver Indian Center Celebrates 30 Years
In the 1950s, government policy relocated Indian people from reservations to urban areas to promote assimilation...
Illegal Artifact Ring Broken Up in Florida
A group of thirteen individuals—11 from Florida and two from Georgia—were arrested February 27 on 400 felony counts for trading in illegal historical artifacts, many of them Native...
Video: Watch the Arrest of Muscogee Man Held on Terrorist Threat Charges
Save Hickory Ground posted this video of Wayland Gray, a Muscogee (Creek) Nation citizen, and three others being arrested to its Facebook page on March 6...
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