Jim Adams
3/16/05
WASHINGTON - Melodic chants of millenia-old bird songs from southern California joined the beat of a Midwestern Algonquin drum group and an Iroquoian invocation as four tribes from...
Jean Johnson
3/16/05
PORTLAND, Ore. - Students of Indian history know that 1870 -1930 was a bleak time...
Mark Fogarty
3/16/05
WASHINGTON - American Indian housing aid from the federal government has been targeted for a deep cut in the Bush administration's 2006 budget request...
Jim Adams
3/16/05
HOGANSBURG, N.Y. - "Nothing has changed," a former leader of Mohawk tax protests said about the framework for state tax negotiations to which St...
Jerry Reynolds
3/16/05
WASHINGTON - When you've written great books, been named one of the century's most influential religious thinkers by a national magazine, played a major role in the modern-day revi...
Ryan Slattery
3/9/05
LAS VEGAS - Hoping to improve the quality of life on reservations everywhere, some key business and communication leaders are teaming up to conduct a new survey which will study th...
Jack McNeel
3/9/05
The weather hovered slightly above zero and snow began falling before the final dances and judging were completed this January day at the Spokane tribe's winter pow wow in Wellpini...
Dale Carson
3/9/05
Pow wows are full of joy and pageantry. Dance, food, crafts, socializing and even politics are always there at our gatherings. Pow wows come in all sizes and shapes...
Jean Johnson
3/9/05
There's something that happens when you know you've done your work well and created something lovely. That's how it is with Jerome Tsinnajinnie...
Editors Report
3/9/05
WASHINGTON - Amid the drama of drumming, singing and dancing, and in the presence of the revered American Bison, U.S...

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