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Paiute Tribe Approached by Snyder's OAF
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Forgotten Indian Cemetery Found
Reforming the Racism Cycle
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Immersion: Teaching the Whole Child
Legal Pot: Mess of Trouble for Tribes
Treaty Council’s 40th Conference
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N. Scott Momaday at the Heard Museum
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Salish Language Jerseys Approved By Trib
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Education on the North Slope
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Thing About Skins
A conversation with Grammy-winning musician Bill Miller
Vincent Schilling, Today correspondent
B ill Miller, a northern Wisconsin Mohican, is a Grammy award-winning musician, performer, songwriter and painter...
Inupiat family lawsuit still active
Jack McNeel, Today correspondent
PRUDHOE BAY, Alaska – A letter dated Jan. 9 from the Department of the Interior’s BIA to B.P. Exploration (Alaska) Inc...
Doctrine of Discovery
Marty Two Bulls Sr.
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Native Essentials brings traditional healing home
Tanya Lee, Today correspondent
D espite her demanding full-time job, a mother of two young children, Harmony, 7, and Justice Eagle, 3, Charlene Worrell Eckel has turned her heart and hands to a traditional skill...
Penobscot gets green fleet
Gale Courey Toensing
INDIAN ISLAND, Penobscot Indian Nation – The Penobscot Indian Nation took four big strides toward cleaner air and reducing its fuel budget last month with the purchase of a fleet o...
‘Carcieri’ and ‘commutability’ fixes on potential collision course
Gale Courey Toensing
CHARLESTOWN, R.I. – Rhode Island’s resident anti-casino group is mounting a battle against Sen...
House weighs crackdown on Indian crafts violators
WASHINGTON – Rep. Ed Pastor and tribal testifiers painted a picture before the House Committee on Natural Resources Dec...
New Trail of Tears markers to go up in Arkansas
The Associated Press
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Bishop optical offering eyeglasses to 4,000 Navajo
Alysa Landry, The Daily Times
Palermo: Rebuilding tradition of trade has not been a smooth ride
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...
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