Editors Report
7/7/04
Emilie-Gamelin Park in downtown Montreal played host the Manikashuna, the Innu word for an outdoor encampment, June 17 - 20...
Editors Report
7/7/04
Storytellers take up the camera A major component of the First Peoples' Festival was the Aboriginal film screenings and workshop which cumulated in an awards ceremony on June 20 at...
Phillip Burnham
7/7/04
W. Richard West, Cheyenne and Arapaho, is founding director of the National Museum of the American Indian (NMAI), whose Washington, D.C. site will open this September...
Jerry Reynolds
7/7/04
WASHINGTON - Revenues exceeding $16 billion annually in the Indian gaming industry have raised temptations as old as human nature itself, and now an FBI-led working group of federa...
Editors Report
7/7/04
MONTREAL, Quebec - On June 21 the summer solstice was especially meaningful with the celebration of National Aboriginal Day on the crest of Mount Royal overlooking the city of Mont...
Editors Report
7/7/04
President George H.W...
John Guevremont
7/7/04
America and the world have just paid their last respects to one of the greatest Presidents this country has ever had, and one of the most able leaders of the 20th century, Ronald W...
James May
7/7/04
SACRAMENTO, Calif...
Dale Carson
7/7/04
Sometimes I feel sad for those who lived long ago and never tasted all the foods that Native America had to offer...
Matt Ross
7/7/04
MASSET, British Columbia - On the verge of completing a decade-long project to recover all their ancestral brethren, the Haida received a pleasant, though shocking surprise...

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