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Canyon De Chelly: Stunning Views and a Window Into Ancient Lives
It has been inhabited contiguously for nearly 5,000 years,...
National Geographic Connects to an ‘Inner Yellowstone’ Natives Always Knew About
Time seems to move slowly at Yellowstone National Park, a 3...
Adding an Indigenous Narrative to the Incomplete Story of Route 66
Get ready for a road trip that promises to challenge every...
National Native Tourism Organization Proclaims Travel and Tourism Week in Indian Country
Albuquerque, New Mexico (May 2, 2016) – Today, in...
As Grand Canyon Expects Record Visits, Advocates Cite Need for Funding
Grand Canyon National Park officials say the park should...
Skwachàys Lodge Showcases Native Culture by Supporting Indigenous Artists
Stepping into Vancouver’s Skwachàys Lodge, a visitor is...
The Eiteljorg Museum of American Indian and Western Art’s Steel Ponies Exhibit Opens
You might wonder what do steel ponies, otherwise known as motorcycles, have to do with American Indian culture?...
Secretary of the Interior Ken Salazar Announces $8.4 million in Grants to 131 American Indian tribes
The Tribal Historic Preservation Offices, which operates under the National Historic Preservation Act, got a big show of support on Wednesday, March 7...
Visit the Huron-Wendat Nation's Fantastic Four-Star Hotel
The Huron-Wendat Nation in Wendake, Ouebec , is used to maximizing their natural surrounding in their cooking...
New Mexico’s Hyatt Regency Tamaya Offers American Indian Experience
The state of New Mexico turns 100 this year, yet this vast land of mountains and desert has been the home to American Indians for thousands of years...
Thousands of Athletes and Spectators Head to Yukon Territory for Arctic Winter Games
About 4,000 people are expected to arrive in Whitehorse early next month for the Arctic Winter Games (AWG)...
Murkowski Sees Iditarod as National Educational Tool
Senator Lisa Murkowski (R-Alaska) sees the Iditarod as more than just “The Last Great Race.” She sees the 1,000-mile sled dog race as an opportunity to educate students all over th...
Can Inupiat Champ John Baker Repeat on the Iditarod Trail?
As the 40th Iditarod Trail Sled Dog Race nears, it’s not easy being John Baker . But there’s nothing quite like being him either...
California Welcome Center in Alpine First in State on American Indian Land
In 2009 the Viejas Band of Kumeyaay Indians in Alpine approved the only Welcome Center in California on Native land to promote tourism in San Diego County and business with tribal ...
Grizzly Bear Charges Tourists, Who Are Forced to Remain Perfectly Still
Imagine watching an eight-foot-tall, 500-pound grizzly bear charge you and being forced to remain perfectly still and utterly silent...
Run Like the Rarámuri: Grueling UltraMarathon Helps Tarahumara Indians Through Turmoil
Every March runners from across the world trek to the Copper Canyon in the state of Chihuahua, Mexico for a grueling endurance test–the UltraMarathon...
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