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Swinomish Tribe to Deliver Dental Care
Who You Callin’ a Savage?
Cecil the Lion and #Native Lives Matter
The Week That Was
Deputy Chief Crittenden Honored by DAV
Commerce Over Culture at NMAI
Ray Halbritter Recognizes Suzan Harjo
Thrill Killing Cecil the Lion
Oil Leaked for 2 Weeks in Alberta Canada
Are We On the Rez Yet?
Video: Mashing Beans, Eating Squirrel
The Politics of Cigarette Litter
50 Provocative #DearNonNatives Tweets
Stranded Motorist Kills Crow Helpers
Cellmate Is Suspect in Death of Man
Amanda Blackhorse: NAJA Keynote Speaker
Fat Cat News; Mayan Mystery
Moose Deaths Blamed on Moose-Death Study
Native Language: Pathway to Traditions
30-year-long Dispute Over Fishing Territ
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
New York Bridge Renovation Could Unearth Native Artifacts
Historians and archaeologists are predicting that Native American artifacts could be found along Newtown Creek during the renovation of the Kosciuszko Bridge that connects Queens a...
Reclaiming Her Identity: A Conversation With Native Adoptee and Author Susan Fedorko
Susan Fedorko was 40 years old when she found her birth family—or rather, when a long-lost sister found her...
The Only One Living to Tell, Excerpt: Massacre's sole survivor finally gets his day in print
Editor's note: Hoomothya was a Yavapai Indian who as a boy witnessed the massacre of 225 fellow tribal members at the hands of American soldiers in what has come to be known as the...
Book Review: The Only One Living to Tell, a Story Long Overdue
Hoomothya, or Wet Nose, was among the few survivors of the Kwevkepaya, one of four Apache tribal branches grouped under the rubric of Yavapai...
Debunking Lincoln, the 'Great Emancipator'
“Tell some historians that ‘Lincoln freed the slaves’ and one can virtually see the smoke come out of their ears,” relates a story about abolitionists on CNN.com ...
Coastal People's Past Powers Their Political Future
Chris Wood, TheTyee.ca
[Editor’s Note: Often passed, seldom visited by outsiders, British Columbia’s Central Coast is home to the continent’s longest-settled places and most enduring peoples...
On Its 100th Anniversary, a Look at the History of the Indian-Head Nickel
November 17, 1915. The mighty bison Black Diamond bravely stood his ground in the Joseph Stern & Co...
FEMA Archaeologists Discover Native Artifacts in New Orleans
Pottery sherds, animal bones and pieces of clay tobacco pipes weren’t what they were expecting to find, but it’s what a team of archaeologists contracted by the Federal Emergency M...
Black History Month: Slave Narratives Include Amazing Story of Native American Slave
February is Black History Month, and The Library of Congress has published a series of testimonies from slaves called Born in Slavery: Slave Narratives from the Federal Writers’ Pr...
Muscogee Man Held on Alleged Terrorist Threat Charge Freed
Gale Courey Toensing
A Muscogee (Creek) Nation citizen, who was jailed by the Poarch Band of Creek Indians for allegedly making a terrorist threat when he attempted to pray on the Hickory Ground sacred...
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