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BATOCHE, Saskatchewan - Long after the crackles of bonfires have been extinguished; fiddle music drifts over the stillness of a prairie night...
'Winter Count' by Dallas Chief Eagle
LINCOLN, Neb. - A winter count was an American Indian memory device passed down from one generation to the next...
Native Cooking Column by Dale Carson
There are many important crops that will be ready for harvest this month. Corn, potatoes, squash, tomatoes, beans, melons, garlic and more will be vying for our attention...
Coin: Nation building lessons in the Hoopa Valley
Clifford Lyle Marshall, chairman of the Hoopa Valley Tribe near upstate Eureka, Calif., was asked recently why the tribe never expanded its government casino beyond a few dozen slo...
Economics Special: Chamber sees positive expansion
ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. - Alice Sanchez has spent many years watching the membership of the American Indian Chamber of Commerce-New Mexico Inc. grow...
Halbritter: All-Indian Purchasing Cooperative, an economic idea whose time has arrived
The creation of a non-profit purchasing cooperative for American Indian businesses is an idea whose time has arrived...
Economics Special: World Summit of Indigenous Entrepreneurs a success in Toronto
TORONTO - An international delegation of officials from the United Nations and business people from around the globe descended on Toronto for the first World Summit of Indigenous E...
Family and friends celebrate Campbell's return
SANTEE, Neb. - "I told my mother I just wanted a small family meal," but that wasn't to be...
Economics Special: Perception, proof and progress: Casinos and Indian employment
There are few reasonable opposing arguments in Indian country for the economic renaissance that has resulted from the gaming boom in the last decade...
Hampton Institute: Indian education sees an end and a revival
HAMPTON, Va. - With the 1893 death of Brig. Gen. Samuel C...
Economics Special: Blackfeet tackle numerous economic projects
Largent: Realizing the goal of economic self-sufficiency in 2020
William H Largent
In 2003, more than 140 million employed people in the United States are expected to help push the nation's Gross Domestic Product (GDP) past $11 trillion dollars...
Economics Special: Building new beginnings on Pine Ridge
KYLE, S.D. - A new partnership, a new beginning and hope for the future through home ownership could mean an entirely new outlook on the Pine Ridge Reservation...
Harjo: Building the Native national arts economy
Suzan Shown Harjo
The recent infusion of cash in Indian country is doing wonders for some artists and arts programs, but most have yet to see any benefits of tribal capitalization...
Homer: Job creation should be Indian country's top priority
In Indian country in this day in age, we find teenagers who believe that a job at a fast food restaurant is all they are capable of getting. This shouldn't be...
Facer: Inter-tribal trade, re-establishing ancient trading routes
Eric F Facer
The 16th century legal philosopher Jean Bodin is often credited with being the first to define sovereignty as "supreme legal authority." As the concept of sovereignty evolved, howe...
Van Norman: Tribal governments, Indian gaming, and the state budget crisis
Mark Van Norman
First and foremost, Indian tribes are sovereign nations - governments - with a vision for the future of our peoples...
Newcomb: Land, economics, and racism in federal Indian law
The sacred Earth plus human activity is the very basis of economics. Land is the only permanent foundation for economic prosperity...
Economics Special: Is the bison industry buffaloed?
RAPID CITY, S.D. - The American buffalo industry is growing as both an Indian and non-Indian enterprise...
Lyons: The growing power of tribal economic diversification
Maurice B Lyons
Indian gaming may have made the majority of headlines over the past decade but there is an important economic trend with Indian tribes that should not be overlooked and that is the...
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