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Judge: Snyder Can Sue Over Trademarks
Video Mapping of Wildlife Migration
A Thanksgiving Address from NARF
The Haudenosaunee Thanksgiving Address
6 More Insights About Sand Creek
‘True History of Thanksgiving’ Stories
ACLU's Police Watch App Records Abuse
Natives Share Memories of Giving Thanks
Liberation of Our Original Nations
Hope Begins With a Meal
Christmas Trees, Native Art in Santa Fe
Winnipeg Woman Feeds Homeless
Thanksgiving and Hidden Heart of Evil
EPA Awards $31.8M to Northwest Tribes
5 Sand Creek Resources
Thanksgiving Hoop Tournaments Bring Grie
Suzanne Roberts Gives $2 Million
Movie Poster: Rooney Mara as Tiger Lily
60 Arrests on Burnaby Mtn in B.C.
Legal Experts Untangle HI Sovereignty
Thing About Skins
Know Your Diabetes Risk: Take a Test on American Diabetes Association Alert Day
Last year, more than 60,000 people accepted the American Diabetes Association's (ADA) “ Join the Million Challenge ” by testing their risk for developing type 2 diabetes with the D...
Mashpee Wampanoags Acquire More Casino Land in Massachusetts
Gale Courey Toensing
Cedric Cromwell The Mashpee Wampanoag Tribe has secured an option to a 58-acre parcel of land in southeastern Massachusetts where it plans to build a $500 million destination resor...
The Natural Born Killer and the Angel in his Corner
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Echo Hawk’s Final Determination Denies Central Band of Cherokee Federal Status
On March 26, Assistant Secretary-Indian Affairs Larry Echo Hawk released his final determination in regards to a petition by the Central Band of Cherokee (Petitioner #227 ) for fed...
Repatriation of Remains a Lengthy Affair in West Virginia
On January 31, 2011, construction workers discovered American Indian skeletal remains on what would be the future site of a state office building in Logan, West Virginia...
Mohawk Man Fights to Remove Toxic Hazardous Waste From River
Yesterday the Associated Press reported on an Akwesasne Mohawk man, Larry Thompson (Kanietakeron), 57, who back in August 2011, fed up with federal inaction, drove onto a polluted ...
Romeo Saganash Pick Thomas Mulcair Will Head New Democratic Party
Thomas Mulcair, the candidate whom aboriginal Member of Parliament Romeo Saganash endorsed after dropping his own bid to head the New Democratic Party (NDP), is the new leader of t...
How the Cherokee Fought the Civil War
March 7 and 8 marked the 150th anniversary of the Civil War Battle of Pea Ridge, fought in northwest Arkansas near the Oklahoma border...
Venus, Jupiter and Moon Back for More; Conjunction Lights up March 26 Twilight Sky in Jupiter’s Last Dance
Venus, the moon and Jupiter are closing in for yet another love triangle on March 26, official sky observers say...
Scalping? Not in Assassin's Creed III
According to a story posted at PlayStation Universe , developers of Assassin's Creed III initially included a depiction of scalping in the game's action, but removed it when they d...
High Speed Internet Project in Indian Country Needs Petitions to FCC
Gale Courey Toensing
Project Faces Opposition from “Too Big to Fail” GPS Companies A Native-owned broadband network company that plans to bring high speed Internet access to millions of people and busi...
Luminous Venus Puts on Afternoon Show on March 26 Starting at 4 p.m.
The Goddess of Love makes an appearance in the afternoon sky near the moon this afternoon, March 26, if you train your eye carefully—the two are near the sun, and looking in that d...
Eighth Annual Genealogy Fair
The National Archives Eighth Annual Genealogy Fair will be held April 18 and 19 at the National Archives Building, 700 Pennsylvania Avenue, NW, in Washington, D.C...
Tensions Rise Over Nevada’s Black Bear Hunt
Tensions have mounted recently in Nevada over the states second proposed black bear hunt this year – the first ended on December 31...
National Archives at Boston Offers Free Workshops
The National Archives at Boston offers free genealogy workshops and history lectures. The next lecture will focus on They Came From . . ...
Free Genealogy Workshops in Fort Worth
The National Archives at Fort Worth is hosting free genealogy workshops the first Friday of the month through November 2 from noon to 1 p.m...
The New York Times's "Mangled Horses, Maimed Jockeys" Exposes Brutal Underbelly of Horse Racing
It is often painful to read, but the New York Times 's piece " Mangled Horses, Maimed Jockeys ," is still essential for anyone who wants to understand what, exactly, goes on at hor...
WSJ: Indian Businesses Excel With Less Federal Oversight
A recent article in The Wall Street Journal , At Last, Some Bright Spots in Indian Country , highlights how some tribes are managing their businesses better with less federal super...
Anza Valley Woman Holds Genealogy Classes
Donna Bradley, known in the Anza Valley as the "Jam Lady," will host a series of genealogy classes beginning March 28 at 6:30 p.m...
Guest Speaker to Discuss Bison Hunting
On March 27, Dr. Leland C...
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