Wilhelm Murg
3/31/04
NEW YORK - Two hundred American Indian objects made between 1750 and 1920 will be on exhibit at the National Museum of the American Indian in Lower Manhattan April 24 through Octob...
Bobbie Whitehead
3/31/04
WILLIAMSBURG, Va. - Legislation that would grant six Virginia Indian tribes federal recognition might be in limbo, but support for it continues to gain momentum...
Editors Report
3/31/04
There is an Indigenous Geography in the making - a new approach to land consciousness involving map reading and map-making that is leading to the establishment of an encompassing, ...
David Melmer
3/31/04
Learning derailed by computer disconnect WASHINGTON - A third court order to disconnect the Department of Interior from the Internet to protect IIM account holders' security has al...
Phillip Burnham
3/31/04
OAXACA, Mexico - A "Mexican standoff" is an old phrase that never goes out of style for Native people in Oaxaca state...
Wilhelm Murg
3/31/04
LOS ANGELES - Native punk singer Arigon Starr is appearing in Native Voices' world premiere of "Please Do Not Touch the Indians," a new play by Joseph A. Dandurand...
David Melmer
3/31/04
LINCOLN, Neb. - Legislation in Nebraska has taken a page from the history books and has proposed a no alcohol buffer zone around reservations that prohibits alcohol sales...
3/31/04
The United States government made a commitment, through solemn treaty obligations, when it divided Indian lands in 1887, to hold those lands in trust, to manage them wisely and to ...
3/31/04
Tribe repeats settlement-for-casino offer During a September 2003 hearing on Seneca-Cayuga Tribe v. Town of Aurelius, U.S. District Court Judge Neal P...
Steve Newcomb
3/31/04
In the 1832 case Worcester v...

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