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News from the North: A digest of First Nations news from Canada
First Nations Governance Act Update OTTAWA - The package of bills associated with the strongly contested First Nations Governance Act continues to advance...
Newcomb: Indian casinos an exercise of self-determination
With the recent hullabaloo over Indian casinos, (TIME magazine cover story, "Look Who's Cashing in on Indian Casinos," Dec...
Senator Campbell: Charting a new course in Indian Health Care
Sen. Ben Nighthorse Campbell
America is the richest and most powerful country the world has ever known...
Mohawk: President proposes minority rights with no regard to outcomes
Recently President Bush weighed in on affirmative action...
Flathead Reservation keeps blood quantum
PABLO, Mont. - Tribal voters on the Flathead Reservation resoundingly defeated a highly controversial measure on Jan...
Blood quantum wins at Flathead; membership decline predicted
Current members of the Confederated Salish and Kootenai Tribes on the Flathead Indian Reservation in Montana voted overwhelmingly Jan...
Woman breaks new ground in Apache leadership
Gail K Pechuli
SAN CARLOS, Ariz. - A century ago, San Carlos Apaches were known as the most feared Indian tribe of the southwest...
Keller George: On tribal enterprise diversification
The following is the text of a talk at the Symposium on Economic Diversification of Gaming Revenues, sponsored by the Harvard Project on American Indian Economic Development, held ...
Playing Cowboys and Inuit
Rachel A Qitsualik
I witnessed a funny thing the other day as I was walking by a lake. A group of seagulls had decided that they preferred the company of ducks, which were napping by the shore...
Native Cooking Column by Dale Carson
Each season brings its own cooking frenzy, a chance to find a special ingredient in abundance...
Montana historian records Flathead life
CHARLO, Mont. - What started as accidental finds during his childhood have sparked over half a century of collecting local artifacts for Bud Cheff Jr...
So they are not forgotten
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'Round Dance the Night Away,' by Randy Wood
PHOENIX, Ariz. - Randy Wood's first solo venture has the potential to propel him to the very top of his trade...
Golden Hill Paugussett denied federal recognition
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Martin issues Proposed Finding to Decline Federal Acknowledgement of the Golden Hill Paugussett
WASHINGTON, D.C. - Acting Assistant Secretary - Indian Affairs Aurene M...
Golden Hill petition turns to lead
WASHINGTON - The Golden Hill Paugussett Tribe of Trumbull, Conn., fell short of winning federal acknowledgment Jan...
Seneca-Cayuga plan to build bingo hall, despite skepticism from BIA head
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GRAMMY fest celebration
ONEIDA INDIAN HOMELANDS - For the third consecutive year, the Recording Academy?...
Professionalism and tribal government
We often joke about the quality and pace of services on the reservation...
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