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Native Boxer Wins Women's IBA Crown
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Native Settlement Saved
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Top 5 Cities in the World With the Most Indigenous People
Auckland, New Zealand Auckland, the urban center of choice...
Skwachàys Lodge Combines Native Culture and Social Good
On the east end of Vancouver, one of the city’s oldest...
Video: Fisherman Rescues Drowning Eagle in Nanoose Bay
During a fishing trip in Nanoose Bay, British Columbia,...
Radical New Way to ‘Museum’: A:shiwi A:wan Museum and Heritage Center
Many people think of museums as dusty, static, boring...
Wilderness Act Inspires Traveling Art Exhibit Featuring Wyoming
Dayton artist Sonja Caywood captures the vanishing; old...
American Indian Alaska Native Tourism Association and Native American Rights Fund to Partner
Albuquerque, New Mexico (August 11, 2014) –This week, the American Indian Alaska Native Tourism Association (AIANTA) announces its Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) with the Native...
Celebrate Chickasaw Spirit at the Annual Meeting and Festival
Dana Lance/Chickasaw Nation
Chickasaw heritage, customs and unconquerable spirit will come to life as people from across the globe gather in Chickasaw Country for the 2014 Chickasaw Nation Annual Meeting and ...
Five of the World’s Most Beautiful Underwater Cities
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Chickasaw Cultural Center Celebrates 4-year Anniversary, Honored with Travel Awards
Chickasaw Nation Release
Since it opened four years ago, more than 250,000 guests from around the world have visited the Chickasaw Cultural Center in Sulphur...
Chickasaw Nation Cuts Ribbon on Ardmore Community Center
ARDMORE, Okla. – A July 23 ribbon cutting ceremony marked the addition of another feature to the Chickasaw Nation Carter service campus in Ardmore...
Think Hockey with Spears: 10th Century’s Most Popular Sport Developed by Native Americans
More than 900 years ago, the most popular sport in North America wasn’t football, baseball or even soccer, it was chunkey; a game that was originally played by indigenous people, a...
Controversial Grand Canyon Gondola Grounded for a Year
A tourist attraction proposed for the Navajo side of the Grand Canyon has been delayed by a year, because the controversial plan didn’t make it on the Navajo Nation Council’s summe...
Get on the Bus: Sun Tours Explain Native Culture in Glacier Park
Glacier Park was a homeland for the Blackfeet thousands of years before there was such a thing as a National Park...
10 Traditional Foods You Might Enjoy During a Canoe Journey
The annual Canoe Journey in the Pacific Northwest is a feast for the senses: Graceful canoes, many of them featuring Northwest Coast Native artistic elements...
Yellowstone Roadside Grizzlies Worth Rangers’ Hassle
Angus M. Thuermer Jr., Wyofile
Yellowstone visitors would pay an additional $41 to ensure seeing roadside grizzlies, a study shows, and the attraction creates 155 jobs and more than $10 million a year for the re...
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