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The lesson of a Creek chief's visit to King George
In 1734, a Creek chief named Tomochichi accompanied James Oglethorpe to England to meet King George II...
Sioux chief's society condemns IRA form of government
PINE RIDGE, S.D. - The Oglala Sioux tribal government is illegal and is run by non-Indians, claims a group of chiefs who claim descendancy rights to govern the Lakota Nation...
Education leader decries 'No Child Left Behind'
Rick St. Germaine
GREEN BAY, Wis...
Home court advantage gives lead to Mohegan-owned WNBA team
UNCASVILLE, Conn. - At least one court is still friendly to Indians, but it helps that they own it...
National museum plans for future
WASHINGTON - After a year of triumph and criticism, W. Richard West Jr. is looking forward to "day two" as director of the National Museum of the American Indian...
Restoring body and soul the modern way
PHOENIX - Dewey Bunnell's 1971 lyrics, memorialized by America, capture the spirit of the spa the Pima and Maricopa tribes have created at their world class resort, the Sheraton Wi...
Warriors suffer takedown
VANCOUVER, British Columbia - Two Native Warrior Society leaders and a Tsawataineuk First Nation chief were arrested in Vancouver in June after Canadian anti-terrorism units ambush...
Wallowa embrace heritage with gathering
NATIVE CURRENTS; Indigenous peoples build their own strategy at the fourth Summit of the Americas
Preparations for the fourth Summit of the Americas, where the heads of all states in the Americas except Cuba will meet, are underway. It will take place Nov...
Porcupine District buffalo poised for expansion; A growing herd on a healthy prairie
PORCUPINE, N.D. - About a quarter of mile away, the 46-head buffalo herd grazed and took dust baths...
Oglala Sioux work to form preservation office
PINE RIDGE, S.D...
Trust Fund moment in McCain's 'one good shot'
It seems nobody wants to hear American Indians talk about money...
Museums of the nations blossom across the country
GREAT FALLS, Mont. - Lisa J...
West reviews museum's first year
National Museum of the American Indian Director W. Richard West Jr. spoke with Indian Country Today during a visit to the mountains of northern New Mexico and Colorado...
Na'Ca Itahcan Omniciye society wants 'full blood' governance
PINE RIDGE, S.D...
California tobacco law may impact Native spiritual practices
The prohibition on the possession or use of tobacco products by inmates and wards in the Departments of Corrections and Youth Authority began July 1...
Democrats set policy for Indian country
WASHINGTON - Senate Democrats conferred with more than 150 tribal leaders for nearly six months to come up with policy recommendations on Indian country issues...
Hearing spells out troubled home ownership process
Gale Courey Toensing
WASHINGTON - Congressmen at a joint committee hearing July 19 got a two-hour education on the complexities of home ownership procedures for American Indians...
The Return of the Canoes
PUYALLUP, Wash. - They came to honor the students. They came to help preserve, celebrate and solidify the cultural heritage that runs deep within their souls...
How many dead Indians will satisfy feds and scientists?
Suzan Shown Harjo
The Senate Committee on Indian Affairs is fighting an uphill battle to defend its 1990 national repatriation law and to clean up the mess created by activist judges who overrode co...
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