Jean Johnson
11/10/04
Entrepreneurs and tribes open for business PORTLAND, Ore. - Trading at the river. In the old days Indians in the Pacific Northwest accomplished that in a very fine manner...
Steven Paul McSloy
11/10/04
When Indian gaming first came to the fore after the passage of IGRA, many hailed it as the "new buffalo," a new all-inclusive source of sustenance upon which an Indian nation's eco...
Mary Pierpoint
11/10/04
LAWRENCE, Kan. - When two American Indian sports fans got together a few years ago, they saw a void in the media...
Dale Carson
11/10/04
Native Americans, food and the land have always been one. We move to the rhythm of the seasons...
James May
11/10/04
GAMING PROPOSITIONS FAIL IN CALIFORNIA In California, a pair of propositions effecting Indian gaming in California were defeated by a large margin...
Mark Fogarty
11/10/04
Remembering their donation to Irish famine relief in 1847 Not far from the east bank of the Hudson River in lower Manhattan there is a memorial that rises from concrete to remember...
Jim Adams
11/10/04
High turn out swamped by Republican tide WASHINGTON - As "cold reality set in," one TV newsman's words for the U.S...
Mark Fogarty
11/10/04
WASHINGTON - The boom in Native population, while continuing, has apparently slowed to match the rate of growth in the United States as a whole. According to the U.S...
Jerry Reynolds
11/10/04
WASHINGTON - President George W. Bush signed the American Indian Probate Reform Act of 2004 into law on Oct...
Jean Johnson
11/10/04
Warm Springs gains another Native-owned enterprise PORTLAND, Ore...

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