Gale Courey Toensing
5/28/07
John Sapiel, Indian activist and spiritual leader, dies PENOBSCOT, Maine - John Sapiel, Penobscot, who stood on top of a hill on Deer Island in 2005, remembering the ancestors who ...
By Babette Hermann -- Today correspondent
5/26/07
By Bobbie Whitehead -- Today correspondent RICHMOND, Va...
Bobbie Whitehead
5/25/07
RICHMOND, Va. - The eight chiefs of the state-recognized Virginia Indian tribes stood in line near the Capitol steps May 3, awaiting the visit of Queen Elizabeth II of England...
The Associated Press
5/25/07
By Carolyn Thompson -- Associated Press BUFFALO, N.Y...
Suzan Shown Harjo
5/25/07
Two important events occurred in mid-May in the Northwest Indian tobacco wars...
By Jack McNeel -- Today correspondent
5/25/07
By Jack McNeel -- Today correspondent SPOKANE, Wash...
Scott Richard Lyons
5/25/07
Part three The Radical Right is targeting higher education for takeover because it's really the last American institution to resist them...
Jerry Reynolds
5/25/07
Analysis WASHINGTON - On May 3 in Artesia, N.M., for the 16th year, the BIA conducted a memorial service for tribal, state and federal law enforcement personnel killed in the line ...
Kara Briggs
5/25/07
From the outside, the United Nations stands imposing and still against the bustling midtown Manhattan traffic...
Gale Courey Toensing
5/25/07
FORT CARSON, Colo. - Army Spc...

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