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Thing About Skins
House approves Virginia tribes’ federal recognition bill
Bobbie Whitehead, Today correspondent
WASHINGTON – With the House of Representatives’ June 3 approval, some members of six Virginia Indian tribes say they’re hoping their federal recognition bill will become law this y...
A Tribute to the Siksika Nation
Jack McNeel, Today correspondent
SIKSIKA, Alberta – The building is a tribute to architectural ingenuity. The use of steel, glass and color to demonstrate the culture of the Blackfoot Nation is unique...
130 years after trial
Doug Meigs, Today correspondent
OMAHA, Neb. – The state of Nebraska dedicated May 15 as Standing Bear Day amid a week of memorials...
Wis. high court to decide cigarette tax dispute
The Associated Press
MADISON, Wis. (AP) – The Wisconsin Supreme Court is expected to decide June 16 whether the Ho-Chunk Nation is entitled to thousands of dollars in cigarette tax refunds...
Palast: Oil and Indians don’t mix
Greg Palast, Guest columnist
T here’s an easy way to find oil. Go to some remote and gorgeous natural sanctuary, say Alaska or the Amazon, find some Indians, then drill down under them...
BORDER: Native American leaders seek to protect border rights under new security rules
Native American leaders from the U.S...
Missouri: Osage tribe may buy St. Louis ancestral mound
The last couple of hundred years have been cruel to Sugar Loaf Mound. Quarrying nearly destroyed it in the 1800s; construction of Interstate 55 further scarred it in the 1960s...
Tribe retreats on casino deal with investors
Investors would pocket nearly three times as much as the Mashpee Wampanoag each year if an Indian casino is ever built, a deal that tribe leaders say is unfair...
Pro golfer to build course on reservation
Notah Begay III, the only American Indian golfer on the PGA tour, is tapping his roots as he builds an $8.5 million course on a reservation in Kansas...
Stillaguamish Tribe renews salmon ceremony
The Stillaguamish Tribe hasn't sent out its fishermen for salmon since 1985. The tribe hasn't celebrated with a formal salmon ceremony since some time before that...
Wood County sheriff hires first American Indian deputy
On Monday, the Wood County Sheriff's Department took a step toward becoming a more diverse organization...
Senecas ask inclusion as defendants in suit against downtown casino
Leaders of the Seneca Nation want to take a more direct and active role in the federal court slugfest over the legality of the tribe’s efforts to build a major downtown Buffalo cas...
Oklahoma's Citizen Potawatomie Nation loses federal lawsuit
An Oklahoma tribe lost its federal lawsuit here over the distribution of federal aid. The Citizen Potawatomie Nation sued the U.S...
The Native American story
Russell: Got indigenous?
L egal arguments often revolve around competing analogies...
Some scientists affirm early Native presence
Carol Berry, Today correspondent
M any, if not most, Native people insist that their ancestors have lived on this continent since time immemorial, and some mainstream scientists are beginning to weigh in on their ...
Vermont Commission on Native American Affairs sheds members
Gale Courey Toensing
MONTPELIER, Vt. – For the second time in less than a year, the chairman and a member of the Vermont Commission on Native American Affairs has quit...
Teehee announced as senior policy advisor for Native American Affairs
WASHINGTON – In taped remarks to the 2009 National Congress of American Indians Mid-Year Conference June 15, President Barack Obama announced the appointment of Kimberly Teehee as ...
2.0: Fancy Skins
O n the Blackfeet reservation, they call it “acting good.” Folks who act good – the fancy Skins – are on every rez and every city with a large Indian population...
Wilton Rancheria regains recognition as federally recognized Indian tribe
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