NativeAmerica.Travel
For the first time ever, Tribal tourism is a topic of focus...
Heard Isleta Pueblo Spring Footraces
A trip to Phoenix, Arizona would not be complete without a...
iStock New Mexico Land of Enchantment
New Mexico abounds in riches—19 pueblos and parts of the...
Navajo Iconic Monument Valley
The land of the Navajo people is described as a “haven of...
When disaster strikes on British Columbia’s “wild West...
Seneca Elder Liam Dowdy Clayton Logan Alex Hamer
It took 30 years and $15 million, but on October 24 the...
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Travel

Tish Leizens
8/22/12
Every year the Miami people invite their family and friends to come together to honor, strengthen and share traditions in Columbia City, Indiana...
Tish Leizens
8/21/12
The Mohegan Tribe of Indians of Connecticut announced plans to add a seven-story, 238-room hotel and convention center at its current Mohegan Sun at Pocono Downs property in Northe...
Jack McNeel
8/19/12
The first thing to hit your eyes are the totem poles...
Lee Allen
8/19/12
Listening to tales of the numbers of fish that can be caught in Oregon’s 111-mile-long Umpqua River brings to mind the old adage that goes something like, " All fishermen are liars...

It’s a chilly fall morning and noted Nuu-chah-Nulth carver Joe Martin is piloting his Lund on the glassy Clayoquot S

Theresa Braine
8/16/12
Drumbeats echoed, dancing filled the Place des Festivals, and children frolicked in the fountains...
Stephanie Woodard
8/15/12
At the Moapa Paiute Indian Reservation in Nevada, Alex Gonzalez, staffer at the Moapa Pauite Travel Plaza, tied together the long string fuses of several fireworks, lit them and pi...
ICTMN Staff
8/13/12
Recently PBS Newshour profiled the issue of private gas drilling on public lands as part of a series the network is doing to study changes in U.S. energy production...
ICTMN Staff
8/12/12
Imitation may be the highest form of flattery, but when it comes to Native jewelry, that can breed contempt...
Lee Allen
8/11/12
Like fallen trees in the forest, many hand-carved historical totem poles lay for years in abandoned Alaskan villages. They fell victim to decay, vandalism and souvenir hunters...

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