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A Common Patriotic Spirit
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Slavery and Revolution in the Americas
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Thing About Skins
Gov. Inslee: Turn Kennewick Man Over to the Tribes
In a letter sent to the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers on...
DNA Proves Kennewick Man, the Ancient One, Is Native; Tribes Continue Fight for Reburial
Final analysis of 9,000-year-old ancient DNA published June...
Spirituality and Archaeology of Connecticut’s Real Indians
Lucianne Lavin’s book, “Connecticut’s Indigenous Peoples”...
Frozen Garden of Eden: Research Says the Inuit Came from Alaska’s North Slope
A new paper published on April 29, 2015 in the American...
Evidence of ‘Wonderful Brotherhood’ Between Croatan Tribe and Lost Colonists
If you visit the Outer Banks, you’ll hear about the lost...
NAGRPA Grants Awarded to Help Repatriate Remains, Cultural Objects
Native American Graves Protection and Repatriation grants...
Researching the Past
Smithsonian to Repatriate Bear River Massacre Remains to Northwestern Shoshone
???On January 29, 1863, a regiment of about 200 volunteers, led by Colonel Patrick Edward Connor, murdered an estimated 300 Northwestern Shoshone men, women and children in what is...
Praise for Crazy Horse
In a July 2 column on Truthdig, Chris Hedges lavishes praise on Crazy Horse , the Oglala Lakota war leader, for the way he lived his life...
Indigenous Nations Prefer Citizenship to Secession, Though Some Have Tried
Stay or go? When it comes to Indian tribes and the United States, the answer has almost always been the former. And for that, there are many reasons. When the U.S...
Digging Deep Into the World of the Fremont Indians
It’s usually painful to dig up the past. But for some Brigham Young University students, unearthing the past has been downright thrilling...
Clovis vs. Beringia: Europe or Siberia? A Review of Across Atlantic Ice
We’ve all heard the prevailing theory of how American Indians came to North America...
Albert Afraid of Hawk, One of Buffalo Bill's Rough Riders, Is Heading Home
Christine Rose, Editor for BethelPatch
For more than 100 years, Albert Afraid of Hawk has been resting in a grave between a dirt road and wooded hills in Danbury, Connecticutt's Wooster Cemetery...
Repatriation Committee Veteran Discusses the Arduous Process of Returning Artifacts, Being Retired and Planning Powwows
Roland McCook and Dr. Cristian K. Samper, director of the Museum of Natural History at the Smithsonian...
Fourth of July Remembrance: Chief Black Hawk's Farewell Speech
Bob Fahey (left) Tonya Jones, Donna Herr (back middle), Larry Cooper, and Jim Decker (right) unveil the Chief Black Hawk monument at Old Settlers Park Saturday June 30, 2012 in For...
Ojibwe Author Anton Treuer Wins Major Award
Ojibwe author Anton Treuer has won an Award of Merit from the American Association for State and Local History (AASLH) for historical preservation, the group announced...
Susquehanna River, Ancestral Home of the Susquehannock, Receives Historic Designation
Katie Faull, a Bucknell University professor of German and humanities, wasn’t expecting this result when a student asked what she knew about early Moravian missionaries along the S...
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