ALL ARTICLES

Jennifer Hemmingsen
9/3/03
CHICAGO - A partnership between 13 Midwestern universities and a nationally-recognized research library will change the face of American Indian Studies scholarship and pave the way...
Christine Graef
9/3/03
EAST STROUDSBURG, Pa. - Bringing history and understanding to the light has been a slow process, but steadily making headway...
Pam Hughes
9/3/03
COUCHICHING FIRST NATION, Ontario - First Nations higher education is taking a new approach on the Ojibwe Couchiching First Nation reserve in southwestern Ontario...
E.S. Dempsey
9/2/03
WASHINGTON - The Department of Education's Office of Indian Education disperses more than 1,200 grants to schools...
Jerry Reynolds
9/2/03
WASHINGTON - The National Indian Business Association will call tribes, corporations and government agencies together for its annual conference Sept. 9 through 11...
L.A. Shively
9/2/03
Navajo President Joe Shirley Jr. has taken a personal approach to combating drunk driving and addressing other health issues since taking office...
Wilhelm Murg
9/2/03
QUAPAW, Okla...
Mark Fogarty
9/2/03
WASHINGTON - The housing boom in Indian country is in danger of grinding to a halt because of lack of financing for the necessary infrastructure and bureaucratic obstacles when the...
Tom Wanamaker
9/2/03
In July, I recounted a chance meeting with an old friend who turned out to be staunchly opposed (and in my opinion seriously misinformed) to the way that Indian land claims in Upst...
Charles E Trimble
9/2/03
It was back in 1971, and several of us were sitting around a bar table, trying to out-Indian each other. The competition was who had it roughest in boarding school...
A. Brian Wallace
9/2/03
When Congress returns to Capitol Hill this week, no doubt the nation's economy and joblessness will be the focus of much attention...
Abbey Thompson
9/2/03
LAC DU FLAMBEAU, Wis...
Geneva Horse Chief
9/2/03
MUSKOGEE, Okla...
Richard Walker
9/2/03
LUMMI, Wash. - The Lummi Nation once had the largest purse seine fleet in Indian country...
Jennifer Hemmingsen
9/2/03
MESKWAKI SETTLEMENT, Iowa - Families on both sides of a tribal leadership dispute are refusing to send their children to the settlement school, citing disagreement with the school ...
Jim Adams
8/29/03
UNCASVILLE, Conn. - The Connecticut Sun rolled a hard eight to make the playoffs of the Women's National Basketball Association...
Editors Report
8/29/03
There was something scurrilous about the Fox News Network suing comedian Al Franken for using the phrase, "fair and balanced" as a subtitle of his book, "Lies and the Lying Liars W...
Editors Report
8/29/03
Indian country is showing some financial and political clout, and look who's all bent out of shape about it...
Jacob Coin
8/29/03
The U.S. Government has for more than a century maintained a trust relationship with American Indians in the management of gas, oil and other resources from tribal lands...

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