A new discovery in Northwestern Mexico, at an...
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...
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

Don Baumgart
8/1/11
Was it history or just a savvy public relations campaign that made the Tsi-Akim Maidu the commonly acknowledged indigenous Natives in northern California’s Nevada County?...
Konnie LeMay
7/20/11
Texture, complexity, depth, a broad palette—the words that best describe Anton Treuer’s The Assassination of Hole in the Day (Borealis Books, 2010) could be applied to a well-execu...
ICTMN Staff
7/14/11
Last month four women of the Tubatulabal Tribe—of the Kern River Valley in California—made the trek to Washington, D.C...
ICTMN Staff
7/11/11
The Old Court House Museum , at 106 Church Street, in Guysborough, Nova Scotia, is now available for visitors to conduct genealogical research...
ICTMN Staff
7/10/11
Royal newlyweds Prince William and Kate Middleton, the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, spent part of the weekend hobnobbing with the stars in Los Angeles...
ICTMN Staff
7/8/11
Indians and Rusticators: Wabanakis and Summer Visitors on Mount Desert Island 1840s-1920s opens at the Abbe Museum today...
ICTMN Staff
7/7/11
Archives.com gives the beginning genealogy researcher a starting point and tips for figuring out whether you have Native American ancestors or not...
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...

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