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Google it in Cherokee
Not only is the Cherokee Syllabary available on the iPod and iPhone , it's now available as an interface language on Google.?...
National Fisheries Forum to Shed Light on Best Practices
Fisheries are on the agenda next week when the National Aboriginal Fisheries Forum gets underway in Dartmouth, Novia Scotia, from March 29-31...
Cornell American Indian Program Opposes Genetic Ancestry Project
Gale Courey Toensing
The Cornell University Genetic Ancestry Project is drawing strong opposition from another part of the institution—Cornell’s American Indian Program —which says the project is based...
Bears Emerging from Hibernation Early
Spring has sprung, and so has the bear...
39th Annual Symposium on the American Indian at Northeastern State University
The 39th Annual Symposium on the American Indian theme will be “Hands Across Nations: Smart Legacies. Strong Spirits,” which focuses on traditional knowledge and community spirit...
NANA Development: First Alaska Native Firm to Win Corporate Advocate Award
NANA Regional's President and CEO Marie Greene (Photo courtesy of NANA Regional Corp.) "Unwavering support" of its shareholders earned NANA Development Corp ., a subsidiary of NANA...
The 2nd Annual Native American Health Care Conference to Address Indian Health in Las Vegas May 23-24
The Second Annual Native American Health Care Conference in conjunction with the Native American Diabetes Workshop is coming to Treasure Island Hotel & Casino in Las Vegas, Nev...
Hualapai River Runners Season Now Open
The Hualapai Tribe of Northwest Arizona has opened their 2011 season of Hualapai River Runners, the only one-day whitewater rafting trip through the Grand Canyon...
Canada’s Carson Scandal Dissected on APTN
What do you get when you mix a broke prime minister's aide, an escort cum fiancée, millions of dollars in potential contracts and the Alberta oil sands?...
Mitsitam Cafe Executive Chef Discusses Sorel Cactus Syrup, Fiddlehead Ferns and What is 'Native' Food
The Mitsitam Cafe Executive Chef Richard Hetzler discusses his November 2010-released “ The Mitsitam Café Cookbook ” and American Indian culinary traditions with the director of th...
Spring Ozone Hole in Arctic
The Arctic ozone hole (in blue) in 2006. Scientists are predicting a hole at least as large this year...
United Houma Nation Student Suspended For Refusing to Cut His Hair
Seth Chaisson, was suspended March 15 from Juban Parc Junior High School in Denham Springs, Louisiana, because he has repeatedly refused to cut his hair...
Research Firm to Study Tribes’ Economic Impact on California
A coalition of American Indian organizations in California hired a prominent research firm to analyze tribes' contribution to the state's economy, states a California Nations India...
Best Books: Native Business and Economic Development
To understand the dynamics of Indian business and the complexities of tribal economics, many modern tribal leaders, business professionals, Indian studies students and scholars hav...
Fighting the Surge in HIV in Indian Country
Infection rates of HIV and AIDS have declined worldwide, yet diagnoses among American Indians and Alaska Natives are increasing, according to the Office of National AIDS Policy ...
The Moccasin Mafia
Five Ways to Find Your Ancestors
Curious about your ancestors? Thanks to plentiful information and new ways of searching, amateur genealogy is easier and more popular than ever...
Cherokees, Cherokees and Cherokees
In the 2000 United States Census, more than 875,000 people identified themselves as partially or wholly Cherokee Indian...
On the Record: Searching the Dawes Rolls
The Dawes Rolls were created by the Dawes Commission, which sought to make a complete record of all members of the Five Civilized Tribes, as the Cherokee, Choctaw, Creek (Muscogee)...
What’s in a Name? Indian Naming Conventions
American Indian naming traditions vary from tribe to tribe...
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