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Salish language conference held.
By Jack McNeel -- Today correspondent
By Jack McNeel -- Today correspondent WELLPINIT, Wash. - The Spokane Tribe recently hosted its first ''Honor the Salish Language'' conference at Wellpinit High School...
We drive over two hours back to my childhood. It is disappointing most of the way, so built-up and not at all pretty as it was back in the day...
Studying pre-Columbian math and science
Indigenous youth recruited in Peru for special Web design course
LIMA, Peru - In an effort to increase the indigenous Latin American presence on the Internet, the Servindi organization is sponsoring a free Web design course for indigenous young ...
High school students focus on photography
BIA denies Abenaki recognition
Gale Courey Toensing
SWANTON, Vt. - The BIA has denied the St...
Memorial honors Oglala veterans
KYLE, S.D. - Ola Millie Rexroat, Oglala Sioux Tribal member, didn't know how to drive a car, but she thought she could fly an airplane...
Principal chief retains leadership in Cherokee Nation elections
Patti Jo King
John Graham loses extradition appeal
VANCOUVER, British Columbia - John Graham, also known as John Boy Patton, a Yukon native, lost his appeal June 26 and will be extradited to the United States to answer to a murder ...
Surui partner with Google Earth to map territory
SAN FRANCISCO - In May, Chief Almir Surui of the Surui people approached the Internet giant Google and asked for high-resolution satellite imagery to monitor illegal loggers and mi...
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