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Nansemonds begin talks about land transfer for Mattanock Town
SUFFOLK, Va. - The Suffolk City Council will begin negotiations with the Nansemond Indian Tribe for the transfer of property for an authentic American Indian village...
Eastern Pequots' land yields colonial-era clues
Gale Courey Toensing
LANTERN HILL, Conn...
Kiowa Tribe of Oklahoma mourns three generations of the Horse family
CARNEGIE, Okla. - Three generations of Kiowa lost their lives as the remnants of Tropical Storm Erin moved through Oklahoma Aug. 19...
Court fines Colombia $232,000 for murder of indigenous leader
CAUCA, Colombia - It's taken almost 20 years but the Colombian government has been ordered to pay $232,000 and make other amends to an indigenous community for the illegal seizure,...
Terry L Cross
Our turn at bat: Proposed federal legislation would create equity in child welfare funding As executive director of the National Indian Child Welfare Association and the executive ...
Kalispel breaks ground on Young People's Place.
By Jack McNeel -- Today correspondent USK, Wash...
Clarkson: Justice declined
For more than a decade, Lonnie Oglesbee, a white man married to an Indian woman, sexually terrorized his entire family on the Eastern Cherokee reservation in North Carolina...
Loring: The Maine Indian Claims Settlement Act is a travesty
A three-judge panel of the 1st U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals concluded that the Maine Indian Land Claims Settlement Act of 1980 trumps Indian sovereignty: ''.....
Trimble: Remembrance of a little big man
Charles E Trimble
George P. Lavatta, a Shoshone-Bannock gentleman from the Fort Hall Indian Reservation in Idaho, was 97 years old when he died in a Portland nursing home in the early 1990s...
Portrait collection records history of a living culture
EAST LANSING, Mich. - A family photo album can tell the history of a family through the faces of its relatives, past and present...
Justice in Indian country
S.D. high court: Retry or release convicted felon Part five Editor's note: This week Indian Country Today continues an ongoing series that examines justice in Indian country...
Pending recognition decision for Juaneno stirs waters in Washington lobbying pool
Part one WASHINGTON - Despite a court case that is casting a sharp light on its alleged role in the denial of federal recognition to the Schaghticoke Tribal Nation in Connecticut, ...
Tribal POINT Housing Partnership to close
Citizen Potawatomi vote changes government structure
SHAWNEE, Okla. - Citizen Potawatomi Nation members voted by an overwhelming majority Aug...
Race, not citizenship, informs Watson's Cherokee bill
The controversy enveloping the Cherokee Nation of Oklahoma and Cherokee freedmen recently has taken some interesting and unexpected turns...
A second look at Senate procedures on health care reauthorization
WASHINGTON - Turns out there's a reason the Senate employs a parliamentarian, indeed a whole Office of the Senate Parliamentarian, to keep track of its procedures...
Watson's distortion of history clouds issue
Letters to the Editor
I drove from my home in Texas to attend Rep. Diane Watson's public meetings on her bill to terminate the Cherokee Nation's relationship with the United States...
National 'Just Move It' fitness program comes to Nevada.
By Babette Hermann -- Today correspondent
By Babette Herrmann -- Today correspondent LAS VEGAS - Thanks to the Nevada Cancer Institute, Nevada's 26 federally recognized tribes are slated to participate in the ''Just Move I...
Kalispel breaks ground on Young People's Place
USK, Wash. - The Kalispel Tribe broke ground July 2 on a new building that will be dedicated to serving young people in need of emergency foster care...
Native Wellness Institute sponsors series of free health events
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