Jim Largo
8/25/04
ROCK HILL, S.C. - Catawba Indian Nation recently completed the third phase of a housing development and is accepting families to occupy those houses on the reservation...
Jean Johnson
8/25/04
PORTLAND, Ore. - Celilo Falls may be gone, but Celilo Village is still hanging on. The long-neglected place on the Columbia River won't be forgotten any longer if the U.S...
Abbey Thompson
8/25/04
WASHINGTON - A colorful performance by well-known Hoop Dancer Daniel Tracker kicked off the opening ceremonies of the 2004 UNITY: Journalists of Color Convention held at the Washin...
Matt Ross
8/25/04
FORT MCPHERSON, Northwest Territories - Construction of a new power plant continues for a town in the Northwest Territories that hopes it won't ever have to re-build...
David Wilkins
8/20/04
As a polarized American electorate uneasily traverses the time between the recently concluded Democratic National Convention and the pending Republican bash, one small yet extremel...
John Mohawk
8/20/04
In 1781 Andean Indians laid siege to La Paz, the capital of Bolivia, for 109 days. The white people were reduced, it is said, to eating shoe leather and rats...
Jean Johnson
8/18/04
PORTLAND, Ore. - Lewis and Clark passed through Celilo Falls on their way to and from the Pacific Ocean in 1805 and 1806...
Mark Shaffer
8/18/04
FLAGSTAFF, Ariz. - Navajo Nation President Joe Shirley Jr. could barely contain his enthusiasm the night of Aug. 8 as he bounded to the stage during Sen...
Jerry Reynolds
8/18/04
The ancestors faced their sorrows from the U.S. military in the 19th century, and faced them down in the 20th...
Jack McNeel
8/18/04
COULEE DAM, Wash...

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