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Sage Bond, Navajo, Eyes 'American Idol'
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Seneca Nation Thunders Back in Western New York; An Interview with Cyrus Schindler; PART TWO
NIAGARA FALLS, N.Y. - There's a new thunder in Niagara Falls these days...
The America We Know
Speaking on Arab television immediately after he viewed the photographs of American soldiers posed confidently with their abused and sexually humiliated prisoners in Abu Ghraib, Pr...
The Indian Sovereignty Fight is a Good Fight
Last week we paid special attention to the Seneca Nation...
The Warm Ether of Burning Sky
Interview with Aaron White FLAGSTAFF, Ariz. - The award winning Burning Sky features songwriter Aaron White on guitar and Native flutes and flutist Kelvin Bizahaloni...
'THE WICHITA INDIANS: TRADERS OF TEXAS AND THE SOUTHERN PLAINS, 1540-1845', BY F. TODD SMITH
Robert J. Taylor
The lives of the Wichita Indians changed forever when two French traders arrived in one of their villages in 1540...
They Got your Message, Mr. President
The U.S. abuses at Abu Ghraib Prison in Iraq were a result of broad messages and narrow policy...
Tribal Chairman profile; MAURICE LYONS
Born in Riverside County as one of nine children, Maurice Lyons grew up on the Morongo Indian Reservation. "Life on the reservation prior to gaming was a hard life," said Lyons...
Utility Easement Training Available
Vote on Western Shoshone Distribution Bill is 'Day to Day'
WASHINGTON - Congress poised itself to strike down an icon of modern Indian resistance to state power during the last week of May, but stayed its hand after an outpouring of suppor...
Jean Kirsten Johnson
Giving back to the salmon PORTLAND, Ore...
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