“Sandy” is an 18-inch sandstone statue of a kneeling male...
For more than 150 years, outsiders have ventured onto...
Archaeologists and a Yup’ik community in western Alaska...
Tribes with ancestral ties to Kentucky have not been...
The developer knew the risks going in—MDM Development Group...
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Researching the Past

ICTMN Staff
7/5/11
The Haudenosaunee Confederacy, created when five nations overcame their differences with the help of the Peacemaker and Hiawatha, is a longstanding democracy...
ICTMN Staff
7/1/11
Photo courtesy Peter ThomsonUniversity of Wisconsin-La Crosse Archeology Field School student Christina Young takes measurements where the remains of a Native American settlement d...
ICTMN Staff
6/21/11
Hopi high school students will get to see Tutuveni or “newspaper rock”—a petroglyph site on Navajo Nation land that is sacred to the Hopi—in three dimensions from their classroom t...
Richard West Sellars
6/8/11
Driving my VW Bug along Interstate 70 in early January 1973, I was crossing the wide Missouri and on to Denver to report for work as a historian with the National Park Service...
ICTMN Staff
6/3/11
The National Archives in Kansas City , Missouri will offer a free genealogical workshop Friday, June 10 from 1 to 2 p.m...
ICTMN Staff
6/2/11
During the Oklahoma Genealogical Society meeting June 6 Jacque Graham and Denise Slattery will discuss Indian Territory medical doctors and records...
Dr. Dean Chavers
6/1/11
My momma never told me I didn’t have a name. In fact she didn’t know. But I didn’t have a name until I was 66 years old. Young people be warned...
ICTMN Staff
5/31/11
Energy and mining are the new fur trade...
ICTMN Staff
5/31/11
A basic genealogy research course will be held June 8, 15, and 22 at the Phillipsburg Library, at 200 Frost Ave. in Phillipsburg, New Jersey...
ICTMN Staff
5/31/11
Patti Kirk, a Port St. Lucie historian and genealogist, will present her Genealogy Series in June at the Morningside Branch Library in Port St. Lucie, Florida...

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