Ownership of a Samish canoe, believed to date from pre-...
What will visitors learn during a visit to First Peoples...
“The illegal trade in artifacts is very lucrative and...
While improving an interstate in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania...
The Monumental Earthworks of Poverty Point, a state park in...
Ever wonder how the Inuit got around the Arctic centuries...
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Researching the Past

ICTMN Staff
3/18/12
Julia Flynn Siler’s new book, Lost Kingdom: Hawaii’s Last Queen, the Sugar Kings, and America’s First Imperial Adventure , paints a truer—and more sinister—portrait of how Hawaii w...
ICTMN Staff
3/13/12
The University at Buffalo Graduate Students Association in American Studies will present "Challenging Settler Colonialism," March 23-24 as the 8th Annual Indigenous and American St...
ICTMN Staff
3/11/12
As Japan looks back on the one-year anniversary of the catastrophic earthquake and tsunami that leveled a northern region last March 11, Canada is looking ahead...
Konnie LeMay
3/8/12
For Brenda Child, researching Holding Our World Together: Ojibwe Women and the Survival of Community (Viking, 2012), a history of Ojibwe women that stretches across four states and...
Konnie LeMay
3/8/12
Editor's note: A new book details the ways in which Ojibwe women kept the cultural flame alive from contact onward...
ICTMN Staff
3/5/12
Scientists say they’ve discovered mankind’s oldest ancestor — Pikaia gracilens ...
ICTMN Staff
3/3/12
Dr. Karl Bates explains how he recreated the T. rex skull to determine bite force. Would you rather get bitten by a Tyrannosaurus rex or sat on by an elephant?...
ICTMN Staff
3/1/12
New information from the full genome of a 5,300-year-old “Iceman” has revealed some interesting facts...
ICTMN Staff
2/28/12
Could art be the key to uncovering the mystery of when humans first came to the Americas?...
ICTMN Staff
2/24/12
The Maya are often thought of as one of the most advanced civilizations in the Americas...

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