Gale Courey Toensing
11/1/06
BOSTON – A best-selling narrative history about the first colonists who settled in the Wampanoag homelands provided a springboard for a forum in which crucial questions about writi...
Brian Daffron
11/1/06
ANADARKO, Okla. – From the local level to the highest offices of Congress, candidates are making their preparations for the November midterm elections...
Lisa Garrigues
11/1/06
LA PAZ, Bolivia – Amid rising social tensions and media criticism of Evo Morales’ government, more than 1,000 representatives of indigenous nations throughout the Americas met in L...
Ken Edwards
11/1/06
Part two Finally, Emoh and her three new friends – Dancing Fool, Broken Drum and Coyote – made it out of the dark forest...
Jerry Reynolds
11/1/06
WASHINGTON – A federal court of appeals panel ruled Oct. 20 that the National Indian Gaming Commission has no regulatory authority in Class III gaming...
Philip Burnham
11/1/06
Part four Editors’ note: During the World War II era, the federal government condemned and leased hundreds of thousands of Indian acres for military use, much of it never returned ...
Estar Holmes
11/1/06
DESMET, Idaho – Adults who spend time with middle school kids may find themselves exasperated now and then, wondering, “What the heck are they thinking?” Meanwhile, the youth becom...
Gale Courey Toensing
11/1/06
SWANTON, Vt. – When the Vermont Legislature granted state recognition to the St...
Richard Walker
11/1/06
TULALIP, Wash. – John McCoy is a unique voice of influence in Olympia, the capital of Washington state: He is the only Washington Native in the state Legislature...
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...

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