Ernest L. Stevens Jr.
8/28/09
M uch talk has been made recently of Indian tribes meeting with the administration or Congress, but history shows us that the United States came to see us first...
Gale Courey Toensing
8/28/09
A photo of Mashpee Wampanoag Chairman Cedric Cromwell published in Indian Country Today earlier this month has sparked a battle between pro- and anti-casino bloggers in Middleboro,...
8/28/09
The Onondaga Indian Nation will bury the ancestral remains of 180 individuals next month, ending a long-standing dispute with the New York State Museum...
8/28/09
In September, the history of Palm Springs will be presented through the perspective of the area's first residents, the Cahuilla people...
S.E. Ruckman, Today correspondent
8/28/09
A s Comanche children who died around 1900 in the smallpox epidemic, their resting spots were known for decades, but unmarked...
Renzo Pipoli, Today correspondent
8/28/09
P eru Native groups keeping ancestral ways of life may restart protests unless President Alan Garcia makes good on promises to heal dozens of Natives with bullet wounds following t...
8/28/09
With the state's fiscal problems, Gov...
Babette Herrmann, Today correspondent
8/28/09
WASHINGTON – As part of the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act , tribes are beginning to see money going toward education...
Bob Christie, Associated Press Writer
8/28/09
PHOENIX – Compromise is possible on a proposed copper mine in southeastern Arizona that’s thought to contain the largest undeveloped deposit of high-grade copper in the world, Inte...
José Barreiro, Special to Today
8/28/09
Editor’s note: José Barreiro is assistant director of research at the Smithsonian National Museum of the American Indian. He filed this report from Cuzco, Peru...

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