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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...
Time Traveling to Taos Pueblo
Taos Pueblo in Taos, New Mexico, is the only living American Indian community in the United States that is designated as both a National Historic Landmark and a World Heritage Site...
Adventure Beckons on the Wind River Reservation in Wyoming
The Wind River Indian Reservation in central Wyoming covers 2.2 million acres of land and is home to 2,500 Eastern Shoshone and more than 5,000 Northern Arapaho Indians...
Plymouth Native Tours Shows Historic Spot from American Indian Perspective
When the Pilgrims arrived in Plymouth, Massachusetts ,in 1620, they encountered a Wampanoag Indian tribe that had been decimated by a plague and were in disarray...
Seminole Hard Rock Casino’s Body Rock Spa
The Seminole Hard Rock Hotel & Casino in Tampa is one of six Florida gaming properties owned and operated by the Seminole Tribe of Florida and one of two with the Hard Rock bra...
Salazar Announces $4.4 Million in Grants for Historic Preservation by American Indian Tribes
Secretary of the Interior Ken Salazar today announced $4.4 million in grants from the Historic Preservation Fund to 117 American Indian tribes to assist with the preservation of im...
Ecuador’s Napo Wildlife Center’s Eco-tourism Is Great for Guests—and the Community
As I float up a serpentine creek in the heart of the Ecuadorean Amazon in a canoe paddled by two men from the Kichwa community of Añangu, I marvel at the exuberance of the surround...
Tracing the Peacemaker’s Journey
The Haudenosaunee Confederacy, created when five nations overcame their differences with the help of the Peacemaker and Hiawatha, is a longstanding democracy...
Golfing at the Wilderness at Fortune Bay
Teeing off on the Wilderness at Fortune Bay’s par-5, 649-yard first hole, called the White Pine, one might be excused for taking a moment to marvel at the setting...
The Quileute Tribe’s Perfect Pacific Coastline
Pacific Northwest beaches are different from their sandy Atlantic brethren, and Quileute Tribe ’s village of La Push, Washington’s beaches are a prime example...
Visiting Alaska’s Arctic National Wildlife Refuge
The largest protected wilderness in the United States, Alaska' s Arctic National Wildlife Refuge (ANWR) is a 19.3 million–acre expanse of roadless terrain roughly the size of South...
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