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WASHINGTON - The new National Museum of the American Indian represents a milestone for all of America's indigenous peoples...
The struggle to save the Heye Collection
NEW YORK - The National Museum of the American Indian opened in triumph on Sept...
'Spirit: the Seventh Fire' dance production
Returns in purified version WASHINGTON - A large white tent complex on the National Mall stands outside of the official celebration of the opening of the National Museum of the Ame...
Remembering our past will guide our future
Congratulations are in order for the grand opening of the National Museum of the American Indian (NMAI) in Washington, D.C. Sept. 21...
Quillwork - Lakota style
Self-taught artist featured at the Smithsonian CUSTER, S.D...
NMAI Web site presents useful information
WASHINGTON - Want to visit the newly-opened National Museum of the American Indian here but not sure when it is open, where it is or how to get in amid the initial crush of people ...
NMAI profile; TRUMAN LOWE
As curator of the contemporary art exhibition, Truman Lowe, Ho-Chunk, has been responsible for a modernist interface with a museum whose collections are in the main traditional...
NMAI profile; TERRY SNOWBALL
The issue of repatriation is a difficult issue to tackle, particularly if you are American Indian. Terry Snowball knows this intimately...
NMAI profile; TANYA THRASHER
Communications coordinator Tanya Thrasher served as an assistant to the museum director before accepting a place on the museum's 12-member transition team, created by senior manage...
NMAI profile; PABLITA ABEYTA
Pablita Abeyta and NMAI go back a long way, to the first congressional hearing on the new museum proper, in 1987...
NMAI profile; JIM PEPPER HENRY
As the National Museum of the American Indian's assistant director of community services, Jim Pepper Henry has taken part in the museum's outreach to Native peoples and programs th...
NMAI profile; HELEN MAYNOR SCHEIRBECK
Helen Maynor Scheirbeck, Lumbee, was appointed by Congress to the first NMAI board of directors...
NMAI profile; GERALD MCMASTER
Though his official titles are deputy assistant director for cultural resources and director's special assistant for Mall exhibitions at the Smithsonian National Museum of the Amer...
NMAI profile; GEORGE HORSE CAPTURE
The museum is not a place of storage, it's a place of education .....
NMAI profile; GABRIELLE TAYAC
Gabrielle Tayac came to NMAI with a specialty in Native identity in social movements - not a conventional background for museums, which are more associated with still life than wit...
NMAI profile; DUANE BLUE SPRUCE
I represent all the end users of the museum" to the building's design contractors," said NMAI Facilities Planning Coordinator Duane Blue Spruce...
NMAI opening revives outstanding CD series
WASHINGTON - A dormant but highly praised music project is springing back to life with the opening of the National Museum of the American Indian on the National Mall...
NMAI not just a decoration
Museum opening on National Mall signals end to years of horror WASHINGTON - Five unnamed victims of the 1864 Sand Creek massacre hold a place of honor among the thousands of people...
Living in a world of ones and twos
A tribe without numbers What if our language did not have words to describe numbers? Without the words, would we know how to count?...
WASHINGTON - The full documentary record on the National Museum of the American Indian leaves no doubt that the capstone presence on the National Mall was a hemispheric achievement...
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