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Loudermilk Named BIA’s Alaska Director
Three Feathers Casino Verdict a Victory
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Taino Identity Beyond Columbus
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Osage Code Talkers Honored
A Renaissance of Native Culinary Ways
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Houston School Tenatively Bans Redskins
Jewell Discusses Native Education in NM
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Things About Skins
Briggs: Undermining trust: Gonzales' legacy in Indian country
In a scant two and a half years as the attorney general of the United States, Alberto Gonzales presided over far-reaching attempts to undermine U.S...
Newcomb: Arrival of traditional canoes opens indigenous treaty meeting
On a bright, sunny July 30, 71 traditional handmade canoes arrived at the beautiful bay shore of the Lummi Nation...
Williams: New beginnings: You can be one in three million!
Richard B Williams
It's back-to-school time for students of many ages...
Maya Indians in Dean's path lost their real wealth: the trees
The Associated Press
By Mark Stevenson -- Associated Press UH-MAY, Mexico (AP) - Thousands of Mayan Indians lost their thatch-roofed homes as Hurricane Dean blew through the Yucatan peninsula, but thei...
Scandalized Mashpee chairman voted out
Gale Courey Toensing
MASHPEE, Mass. - Mashpee Wampanoag Chairman Glenn Marshall has been voted out of office after admitting he has a rape conviction and that he had lied about his military service...
Tribal-State Work Group highlights critical issues
Gale Courey Toensing
BANGOR, Maine - Tribal representatives put three major issues on the table at the first meeting of the Tribal-State Work Group, which is examining possible changes to the legislati...
Native Hawaiians gather for advancement convention
HONOLULU - More than 1,000 Native Hawaiians and Asian Pacific Islanders gathered Aug...
Tubatulabals work on land improvements
Tribe signs agreement with IHS for water well, wastewater upgrades KERNVILLE, Calif...
Standing Rock botanical sanctuary threatened
PORCUPINE, N.D. - The district council of Porcupine, one of eight districts that make up the Standing Rock Sioux Nation, in North and South Dakota, voted Aug...
'Prez on the Rez' connects tribal leaders, presidential candidates
'A meeting that has been put off for 200 years' CABAZON, Calif. - History was made when the Morongo Band of Mission Indians hosted the first-ever ''Prez on the Rez'' forum Aug...
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