Philip Burnham
11/8/06
<b>Part Five</b> <i>Editors’ note: During the World War II era, the federal government condemned and leased hundreds of thousands of Indian acres for military use...
Editors Report
11/8/06
I t is not often that we have the opportunity to witness truly outstanding leadership...
PAULA PETERS
11/8/06
Guest columnist F or nearly 400 years, colonial ideology has dominated the telling of the story of our nation’s beginning...
Gale Courey Toensing
11/8/06
ONEIDA NATION HOMELANDS, N.Y. – The new president of United South and Eastern Tribes said he hopes to follow in the footsteps of his predecessor...
Rick St. Germaine
11/1/06
ANCHORAGE, Alaska – Yup’ik children seemed to float in the air as they gracefully danced to ancient songs, weaving and swaying to a drum song known as Dawa-Dawa...
Jerry Reynolds
11/1/06
WASHINGTON – In an attempt to save its sinking majority of seats in the Senate, the Republican National Committee has decided to put money into three candidacies, in Missouri, Tenn...
Chris Stearns
11/1/06
TULALIP, Wash...
Lisa Garrigues
11/1/06
LA PAZ, Bolivia – Valbina Miguel Toribio was a long way from her village in the Peruvian Amazon as she gazed out the bus window at the bright but chilly altiplano landscape of Boli...
Babette Herrmann
11/1/06
LOS ANGELES – When Native people garner recognition on a positive and official level, it’s a milestone, hallmark and something to jot down in the history books...
Jerry Reynolds
11/1/06
Analysis WASHINGTON – Baseball’s folding Phillies of 1964, Union forces at the Civil War battle of Bull Run, Neville Chamberlain’s place in history after the British prime minister...

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