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'FIRST TO FIGHT', BY HENRY MIHESUAH, EDITED BY DEVON ABBOTT MIHESUAH
LINCOLN, Neb. - Born in 1922, Henry "Charlie" Mihesuah, Comanche of the Quahada band, grew up in the 1920s and '30s on his family's allotment near Duncan, Okla...
Critique of Seneca Nation Shows Economic Confusion
Bush in the Field of Screams
Suzan Shown Harjo
The White House's choice of Carlisle Barracks as the venue for the President's May 24 speech is no doubt as complex and it is intriguing...
Big-League Endorsements for Calif. Assembly Race
Bead Work Exhibit Opens
ANADARKO, Okla. -The Southern Plains Indian Museum administered by the Indian Arts and Crafts Board of the U.S...
Assessing the Presidents; Ronald Reagan
For much of Indian country and for many others, President Ronald Reagan will always be the good-humor man because of remarks he made in Russia, in 1988, at Moscow State University...
Akaka Bill Revisions Draw Hawaiian Ire; PART TWO
WASHINGTON - For those willing to work within the full existing framework of federal law, the Akaka Bill is considered progress. S...
Nipmucs preserve history
SUTTON, Mass. - The Nipmuc Nation is pushing ahead with plans to restore historic sites, even as it awaits its long-deferred deadline for federal recognition...
Tribal Contractors Shortchanged
Heavy indictment leveled against federal contracting regime WASHINGTON - Alone among the many organizations that work under contract to the federal government, tribes must play a g...
State Court Upholds Tribal Jurisdiction
Influence-Peddling Charges Fly Again
Roger Stone talks of role in Wayne Smith firing NEW YORK - Tales of high-priced casino lobbyists and partisan intrigue at the BIA are burning up the Internet again, as a liberal in...
Sudden Infant Death Syndrome gets the Attention of Congress
Frank Pallone Jr
It is no secret that American Indians and Alaskan Natives continue to suffer from disparities in health care in the United States...
Navajo Win Another Court Round
WASHINGTON - The Navajo Nation won another round in its comeback effort to outflank Peabody Coal in a high-stakes lawsuit against the energy giant...
Historical Society to Focus on Rosebud
PIERRE, S.D. - The South Dakota Historical Society annual meeting on May 21 and 22 will focus on the history of the Rosebud Sioux Tribe...
'Tribal Sovereignty is Not for Sale'
Like a canary in a mine, an article which appeared March 29, on the front page of The New York Times signals ominous developments for Indian country...
Lara and the Persistence of Tribal Sovereignty
Conquest always leaves residuals. There is no such thing as complete genocide; always there are unaccounted debts. As long as one Indian lives, title to the land is not settled...
Interfering Politicians Keep Nipmuc Waiting
Justice Clarence Thomas and U.S. v. Lara
"Federal Indian policy is, to say the least, schizophrenic...
Washington in Brief
PROGRESS SLOW BUT SURE AFTER THIRD MEETING ON INDIGENOUS RIGHTS DECLARATION WASHINGTON - A working group of the Organization of American States met April 28 - 30 in Washington to n...
Reflecting on U.S. Moral Values
Recently published photos of Iraqis being abused, by an undetermined number of American GI's, has created an international furor. A U.S...
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