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New Red Lake Nation College Taking Shape
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It’s Official: The Kitty Litter Did It
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Navajo Police Put Their Lives In Danger
Deadly Medical Experiment on Yanomami
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Exploring the Next 10,000 Years
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Jenkins: Where’s The Outcry?
Navajo Leaders Disrespect Voting Rights
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Thing About Skins
Rare Fifth-Century Native Pendant Unearthed in Ohio
Crews digging a ditch uncovered a rare Native American...
Gettysburg Skull Not From Gettysburg—He Was a 700-Year-Old Native
A human skull thought to belong to a soldier who died at...
Shiprock Historical Society Is a ‘Storehouse of History’ for Navajo Nation
The Shiprock Historical Society has a story to tell. Many...
What Was Found in this Trunk Will Amaze You
What’s the most interesting thing you have found tucked...
Arizona Sacred Site Vandalized, Forest Service Investigating
The U.S. Forest Service is looking for information and...
Researchers Unveil Reconstructed Face of Ancient American Indian
The remains of “Naia,” the human skeleton found off the...
Researching the Past
Site Raises New Questions Over Theories of Clovis Culture Origins
A new discovery in Northwestern Mexico, at an archaeological site dubbed El Fin Del Mundo (The End of the World) has raised new questions regarding the origins of an early group of...
Return of the Old One: Historical Society Repatriates Samish Canoe to Tribe
Ownership of a Samish canoe, believed to date from pre-contact, has been formally transferred to the Samish Indian Nation from the San Juan Island Historical Society & Museum i...
The Bravery of the Buffalo Runners: Providing for the Tribe
What will visitors learn during a visit to First Peoples Buffalo Jump State Park? That buffalo runners were mostly teenagers, some of the bravest of their tribe...
Huge Black Market in Native Relics Slowed by FBI Seizures
Mary Annette Pember
“The illegal trade in artifacts is very lucrative and represents a large criminal worldwide activity...
Painting: Poverty Point Earthworks Named a World Heritage Site
African American and Native History Collide at Arkansas Archeological Site
The centuries-old remains of American Indians and what are believed to be former African American slaves have shared a common resting place near Little Rock for a long, long time...
Native Artifacts Unearthed in Philadelphia Prove ‘We Never Left’
While improving an interstate in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, archaeologists checking the area for significant sites didn’t have to dig far to find something—just six feet below the...
Poverty Point Earthworks Named World Heritage Site
The Monumental Earthworks of Poverty Point, a state park in Louisiana, have been named a UNESCO World Heritage Site—making it the 22nd U.S...
Snow Where You're Going: Trace Ancient Inuit Trails With Interactive Atlas
Ever wonder how the Inuit got around the Arctic centuries ago?...
Native Remains Unearthed in Silicon Valley... Two Years Ago!
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