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Tanya Lee
10/6/04
Creation and dedication for the children WASHINGTON - Lummi Nation master carver and tribal council member Jewell "Praying Wolf" James (tse-Sealth) can tell you the exact number of...
Tim Wanamaker
10/6/04
Michigan's 'goofy toll booth idea' For those misguided individuals who continue to insist that Indian gaming is a bastion of corruption, "Let the Games Begin" offers the following ...
Jim Adams
10/6/04
WASHINGTON - John Kerry's secret weapon in the presidential campaign is the Indian vote. In fact, it could well be the only way he can get elected...
Jerry Reynolds
10/6/04
WASHINGTON - Democratic presidential candidate John Kerry wasn't in Washington for the opening of the National Museum of the American Indian on Sept...
John Mohawk
10/6/04
On Sept. 21 The Wall Street Journal published a piece by Robert D. Kaplan, "Indian Country", in which he compared the current war in Iraq to the Indian wars of the 19th century...
Editors Report
10/6/04
People who know Robert D. Kaplan say he's actually a decent guy who has written several perceptive books on Europe...
Jean Johnson
10/6/04
PORTLAND, Ore. - It's a zigzag line that roughly mirrors 20-year periods...
Steve Newcomb
10/6/04
On Sept. 21, thousands of American Indian representatives gathered on the National Mall in Washington, D.C...
Jerry Reynolds
10/6/04
WASHINGTON - In a week that was like a month of Sundays on a social calendar of celebrations, festivities, discussion groups, congressional hearings and great occasions of state an...
Jerry Reynolds
10/6/04
Follows Western Shoshone dispossession WASHINGTON - President George W. and First Lady Laura Bush welcomed tribal leaders and U.S. congressional members to the White House Sept...
Jerry Reynolds
9/29/04
CODE TALKERS STAND TALL AT SENATE HEARING In a week filled with historical symmetries, this was as powerful as any: Native American code talkers, their virtues formerly recognized ...
J.D. Hayworth
9/29/04
On Sept. 9, we witnessed yet another ugly episode of Democrats actively siding with Big Labor at the expense of tribes...
Matt Ross
9/29/04
CARMACKS, Yukon Surrounded by boxes of vegetables, a lady completes her paperwork inside a tool shed...
Matt Ross
9/29/04
INUVIK, Northwest Territories - To the hushed awe of a crowded gallery, the entrance of the carved whalebone signified the beginning of the 10-day gathering...
Dale Carson
9/29/04
When most people today think of a comfort food, the one most frequently mentioned is potatoes...
Jerry Reynolds
9/29/04
September 21: A great day for a grand opening WASHINGTON - Early the morning of Sept. 21, three Mall walkers in Washington were running low on energy...
Editors Report
9/29/04
Even for the editor of the prestigious National Geographic Magazine, it was an act of daring...
Editors Report
9/29/04
Reflections on NMAI September 21, 2004 meant different things to different people...
Jim Adams
9/29/04
Sun wins division and draws crowds UNCASVILLE, CONN...
Jerry Reynolds
9/29/04
WASHINGTON - The National Museum of the American Indian's Mitsitam Cafe (it means "Let's Eat" in Piscataway) is a major helping of exposure for Native cuisine, and a breakthrough o...

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