Dale Carson
8/4/04
Thinking about both pow wows and corn at the same time? It's August, they go together. A friend once needed to make money with a food stand at a local pow wow...
Matt Ross
8/4/04
HAINES, Alaska - With nary a rough wave along the inlet, the frequently-traveled route in southern Alaska proved once again to be smooth sailing...
Tanya Lee
8/4/04
BOSTON - Thirty thousand extra people are in Boston today, and they are all lost. So am I, despite decades of having lived in Cambridge just across the river...
Editors Report
8/4/04
FLAGSTAFF, Ariz. - Artists, dancers, musicians, activities and food from Navajoland - or Dine Bikeyah as the Navajo say - will fill Flagstaff Aug...
Editors Report
8/4/04
WASHINGTON - Captivating expressions of Native American art will be commemorated Aug. 21 in Santa Fe, N.M., when the U.S...
James May
8/4/04
SACRAMENTO, Calif. - The former Alaska governor and current Democratic candidate for the United States Senate feels that he has much to thank Native Alaskans for...
Jim Adams
8/4/04
BOSTON - Political ambitions are biting at Tex Hall, president of the National Congress of American Indians and chairman of the Three Affiliated Tribes of North Dakota...
Wilhelm Murg
8/4/04
A conversation with Joseph M. Marshall III BISMARCK, N.D. - Joseph M...
Mark Fogarty
8/4/04
WASHINGTON - One down and three more in process. That's the tally from Rep...
Jerry Reynolds
8/4/04
Following 12 years of Republican presidential administrations that certainly didn't forget about Indians, but did occasionally make them feel like afterthoughts in federal budgetar...

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