Dave Palermo
7/19/09
I t was common, centuries ago, for the Hupa people of what is now Northern California to trade with the neighboring Yurok for the wood needed to fashion canoes...
Rob Capriccioso
7/19/09
WASHINGTON – For years, the numbers just didn’t add up...
Valerie Taliman, Guest column
7/19/09
A nation is not defeated until the hearts of its women are on the ground,” goes an old Cheyenne proverb. Sometimes I think it’s amazing we’re still standing at all...
Doug Meigs, Today correspondent
7/18/09
OMAHA, Neb. – He was an Irish kid until the first grade. Then, the orphanage children discovered cowboys and Indians...
Katsi Cook, Guest column
7/18/09
A n enduring source of strength for Native women is the small world web of social and cultural relationships that we maintain in our communities...
Gale Courey Toensing
7/18/09
SPOKANE, Wash...
Patti Jo King, Today correspondent
7/18/09
J ody Colbert, a citizen of the Comanche Nation of Oklahoma, is getting a lot of attention in the floral industry by bringing the splendor of Native American art, design and style ...
Gale Courey Toensing
7/18/09
WASHINGTON – Less than a month after being selected by President Obama to fill the newly-created position of senior policy advisor for Native American affairs, Kimberly Teehee sett...
Jaime Arsenault and Stephanie Carroll Rainie
7/18/09
W hat happens when American Indian nations, instead of the federal government, manage on-reservation health care? Do services improve?...
Richard Walker, Today correspondent
7/18/09
SEATTLE – Duwamish leader Si’ahl was the first to sign the Treaty of Point Elliott in 1855, which made millions of acres of land available for settlement in exchange for certain gu...

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