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Photos of Native Kids Defending Earth
Massive Black Hole 12 Billion Suns Big
BIA Releases New ICWA Guidelines
Sovereignty Stems Global Warming: NatGeo
One Spoon: Many Generations
Being Native and Black
Sand Creek Remembered at Yale
Notah Begay's Foundation Releases PSA
Assimilate This! The ANB & 3-Piece Suit
Lummi: Unequivocal No to Coal Terminals
Round Valley First Forest Carbon Offset
Hawaiian Graduate Shows Off His Malo
NCAI Winter Session Ends Today
Obama Budget Supports Tribal Sovereignty
West Valley Resort Going 'Vertical'
Native American Murals Vandalized
Oil Oversight Absent as NM Develops Fast
Chris Pappan's Edgier, Sexier Ledger Art
Native Youth Tackle Tribal Issues
Northern Quest Resort &Casino Wins Award
Thing About Skins
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...
Quileute Petroglyph Confirms Connection to Oral Histories
A pre-contact Quileute petroglyph that depicts K’wati, or...
Researching the Past
Baseball Trumps History in Nashville
Nashville’s Minor League Baseball team is expected to start the 2015 season on a brand new ball field, but the $65 million stadium is being constructed on top of layers of history...
Burial Mounds Threatened By Quarry Seeking Profits
In the woodlands of Wisconsin an effigy mound of a bird towers 50 feet above a sand and gravel quarry. At one time, there were seven mounds on the site, known as the Ward Mounds...
Pipeline Leak Spotlights Threats to the Archaeoecology of the Ohio Valley
On March 17, a man strolling through the Oak Glen Nature Preserve along the Great Miami River noticed a patch of black crude oil in an intermittent stream bed...
Key Adena Earthworks and Preserve Saved in Ohio
A consortium of preservation groups made history on March 18 by winning a land auction for one of the most important surviving Adena earthworks of the Ohio Valley...
FBI Seizes Thousands of Artifacts from Indiana Home
A collection of cultural artifacts that took a 91-year-old Indiana man eight decades to amass was seized Wednesday, April 2 by the FBI, reports the Indy Star ...
Native Statue Named ‘Sandy’ Becomes Tennessee State Artifact
“Sandy” is an 18-inch sandstone statue of a kneeling male figure that was carved between 1000 and 1350 A.D. during the Mississippian period...
Earthworks Site in Ohio Saved at Auction
A winning bid of $650,000 by a conservancy group was enough to save the last privately owned Hopewell earthworks site in Ohio from development, reports the Chillicothe Gazette ...
After T-Rex Troubles, Dinosaurs Stay on the Rez
For more than 150 years, outsiders have ventured onto tribal lands and helped themselves to fossils and dinosaur bones...
Kicking Down Doors: Retired FBI Agent Walter Lamar Remembers
During the 18 years of Walter Lamar’s career with the Federal Bureau of Investigation, he responded to the Rodney King riots Los Angeles, partipated in the Branch Davidian standoff...
Saving An Ancient Yup’ik Village From the Effects of Climate Change
Archaeologists and a Yup’ik community in western Alaska received a major grant to help them save an ancient settlement that is falling into the sea...
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