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Native History: Spanish Priests First Europeans to See Anasazi Ruins
This Date in Native History: On July 29, 1776 two Spanish Franciscan priests—Silvestre Velez de Escalante and Francisco Atanasio Dominguez—left Santa Fe, New Mexico to establish an...
Top 5 Cities With The Most Native Americans
From coast to coast, one can find Native Americans and Alaska Natives from every nation scattered across the country...
4 Easy Tips for Growing Big, Juicy Tomatoes From Organic Gardener
By now your tomato plants should be starting to bear fruit, tantalizing you with their green promises of what’s to come...
Lac-Mégantic Rail Tragedy Resonates in Quinault Nation as Victims Are Memorialized
As hundreds attended a memorial service in Lac-Megantic on Saturday July 27 for the 47 people killed in the train explosion that flattened the center of the 6,000-population town, ...
Poisoned at the Friendship Feast: 'More Than 200 Haunt These Hills'
Connor Larkin isn’t a professional writer or poet. He is a teenager, an activist and a member of the Trinity Norrelmuk Wintu Nation...
Say It Ain't So, Tonto! Johnny Depp Talks of Retiring
Johnny Depp, who played Tonto in the underperforming Disney film The Lone Ranger , has told a BBC interviewer that he may give up acting...
Wintu Massacre: 'A Very Sacred Area Where Some Very Bad Things Happened'
After traveling deep into the heart of Northern California’s Shasta-Trinity National Forest, about a dozen young people gathered in a circle as James Hayward Sr...
Gettin' Down at the Seneca Casino Veterans Pow Wow
Six Nations dancers from all across Iroquois territories turned out July 21 for the 24 th Annual Seneca Casino Veterans Pow Wow in Western New York...
Baby Veronica Ruling Heralds ‘Second Coming of a Termination Era’
Gale Courey Toensing
When Penobscot Indian Nation leaders heard on July 17 that the South Carolina Supreme Court had ordered three-year-old Veronica Brown, a Cherokee citizen, removed from the care of ...
$100,000 Awarded to 18 Native Students Pursuing Health Degrees
The American Indian College Fund announced that the United Health Foundation's Diverse Scholars Initiative has awarded $100,000 for scholarships to 18 academically deserving Native...
Bad River Sets Up Traditional Ceremonies Camp Next to Harvest Camp
Mary Annette Pember
The Bad River Ojibwe tribe will be setting up a camp in the Penokee Hills near the current Penokee Harvest Camp established by the Lac Courte Oreilles Ojibwe (LCO) earlier this yea...
'Not Even Human' How Canadian Govt. Abused Aboriginal Children in TB Experiments
While aboriginal children died of tuberculosis in the 1930s and 1940s, Canadian health officials tried out experimental vaccines on infants rather than ameliorate the conditions of...
Cherokee Former IHS Director Gets U.S. Surgeon General Nomination
As a former head of the Indian Health Service, Dr. Charles Grim, Cherokee, has worked with several U.S...
The Week That Was: The Big Stories in Indian Country, July 28, 2013
It's our weekly roundup of the stories that mattered most in Indian country: SOVEREIGNTY CHALLENGED: A federal appeals court has ruled that the slot machines leased by the Mashantu...
This Date in History: Indian Agent Involved in Death of Sitting Bull Dies
He’s become known as the man inadvertently responsible for the death of Sitting Bull, he was a prominent Indian agent by the name of James McLaughlin...
An Architect of Self-Determination Act Honored by U.S. Senator
On July 24, U.S...
Indian Arts Organization Seeks to Help Artists with Parkinson’s Disease
Mary Lee Prescott is an elder member of the Oneida Indian Nation of Wisconsin who has pursued her passion for art since childhood, whether through painting, jewelry-making, or doll...
Carol Evans Becomes First Woman in 25 Years Elected to Tribal Council
On July 12, 2013 the Bruce Wynne Memorial Room in Wellpinit, Washington was filled to capacity with family, friends, community members and Tribal members as Carol Evans was sworn i...
Blame It on the Moon: Supermoons May Be Keeping You Awake
Next time you’re tossing and turning, unable to get to sleep, have a look out the window. You might just see a big fat full moon staring back at you...
Navajo Nation Secures $1M in Job Training From PNM
Navajo Nation President Ben Shelly formalized an agreement Thursday afternoon with Public Service Company of New Mexico (PNM) that will provide Navajo Nation members with funding f...
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