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SWANTON, Vt. ?...
Chairman Kenneth M. Reels and Foxwoods CEO and President Bill Sherlock comment
From Chairman Kenneth M. Reels: "The Mashantucket Pequot Tribal Nation is greatly saddened by this horrible act of cowardly behavior against America and our American way of life...
Statement from Passamaquoddy Indian Township
The Passamaquoddy Tribe shares the grief and disbelief that someone could have actually planned such an outrageous attack on the United States...
Statement from the Penobscot Indian Nation, Maine
Barry L Dana
My deepest condolences to the families of the innocent victims of the recent terrorist attacks here in America. Many people have lost friends, family members and fellow workers...
A message to the American people from the Morongo band of Mission Indians
Morongo Band of Mission Indians
September 11, 2001 --- This is a terrible and sad day in American history.The entire community of the Morongo Band of Mission Indians sends our deepest condolences to the families ...
Statement of the Navajo Nation Council Speaker Edward T. Begay
WINDOW ROCK, Ariz. ? Edward T...
Mohawk Ironworkers See Terrorist Plane Pass By; St. Regis Families Worry
HOGANSBURG, N. Y...
Statement of U.S. Sen. Ben Nighthorse Campbell on Terrorist Attack on the United States
As we sort through the details of the savage terrorist attacks today, I want the families and friends of the innocent Americans who were murdered to know that I pledge my prayers f...
Statement From the Oneida Indian Nation
The Oneida Nation is shocked by the murder and devastation of this brutal attack on America. We express our heartfelt sympathy for the families of those affected by this tragedy...
Statement by Principal Chief Chad Smith Regarding the Events of September 11, 2001
We at the Cherokee Nation watched in horror as the attack unfolded before our eyes on live television...
Statements from American Indian tribal leaders
Chief Greg Pyle, Choctaw Nation : "That was very tragic. Certainly the Choctaw Nation wishes to put out their condolences to all...
Kalispel opera called 'magical'
USK, Wash. ?...
AMERICAN INDIAN OPINION LEADERS: Diversity in the Cable Industry
American Indian Opinion Leaders say they are hoping presidents and chief executive officers of the media-cable industry who attend the First Annual Diversity Summit will address th...
Comanche Nation to wash trucks to pay for housing
LAWTON, Okla. ? Youth groups and volunteers across the nation hold car washes as a clean way to raise money...
Solar design in tribal housing codes could kick-start real change
Establishing energy-friendly housing codes ? particularly those that use passive solar principles ?...
Kansas town, Kaw Nation work toward new understanding
COUNCIL GROVE, Kan. ?...
New California curriculum bill to key Assembly committee
SACRAMENTO, Calif. ? Last September Gov...
Absentee Shawnee face contempt over games
NORMAN, Okla. ?...
Leading on energy and environment is proper for tribes
Throughout the Americas, tribal societies produced peoples and cultures of great restraint. The marshalling of natural resources ? animal, plant or mineral ?...
Gwich'in, caribou and a 2,000-acre trail in ANWR
Suzan Shown Harjo
Pioneers moving west in the 1800s said they only wanted permission to travel across Indian land on a 'trail the width of a Conastoga wagon.' Who could refuse a request so modest?...
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