Mesa Prieta Petroglyphs Upside Down Man
Mesa Prieta rises above the Rio Grande Valley in remote...
You don’t need to be a history buff to dive headlong into...
Noted author and journalist Steve Inskeep, co-host of ...
Jeffers Historic Site
“The sacred is like rain. It falls everywhere but pools in...
Tequesta Ishmael Bermudez Miami
A scrap of property near the heart of Miami is valued at...
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Researching the Past

Yale Indian Papers Project
ICTMN Staff
12/8/14
The Yale Indian Papers Project is making it easier to learn about the history and culture of New England Natives by gathering historical materials into one virtual collection...
Chickasaw Cultural Center Brad Deramus Canoe
Chickasaw Nation
11/30/14
They were the metaphorical pickup trucks of their day. Native Americans used them to ferry families across rivers, move trade goods to market and as a means of travel...
Moai Ahu tongariki Easter Island
Steve Russell
11/19/14
The indigenous people called the island Rapa Nui ; the Spanish explorers called it Isla de Pascua , Spanish for the name bestowed by the Dutch “discoverer,” Easter Island...
Easter Island Moai
Alex Ewen
11/17/14
New findings from the journal, Current Biology , indicate that Native Americans had visited Easter Island before Columbus sailed to the Americas...
David Malmquist/VIMS
10/22/14
A $199,000 grant from the National Fish and Wildlife Foundation will allow researchers at William & Mary’s Virginia Institute of Marine Science to help protect Werowocomoco—one...
Mary Annette Pember
9/25/14
Norman Stark’s health has not been good; not long ago he got a kidney transplant after years of dialysis...
Chickasaw Nation
9/24/14
In spring 2000, a group of Florida high school students stumbled on the largest treasure trove of ancient dugout canoes ever discovered...
ICTMN Staff
9/9/14
A group of nuns is urging Pope Francis to rescind the Doctrine of Discovery, the set of 15-century papal bulls that gave tacit permission to seize lands and justify colonization of...
Alex Jacobs
8/26/14
A 22,000-year-old mastodon skull and tool (a stone blade or spear point) dredged from the seafloor of the Chesapeake Bay by fishermen in 1974 is only now coming to light...

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