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Bishop Paiute Tribe Makes History
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Help Save the Historic Pow Wow Oak Tree!
In the above video, you'll meet George Koumantzelis, founder of the "Pow-Wow Oak Protectors." In it he gives a presentation about the history of the historical Pow-Wow Oak tree on ...
Arizona Tribes Share Culture and History as State Turns 100 Today
This past Saturday Navajo President Ben Shelly spoke to a crowd gathered at the Arizona Centennial Indian Village ...
The Most Fascinating Two Square Miles in the Eastern United States
“Saltville can probably claim to be the most fascinating two square miles in Virginia, or possibly the eastern United States, owing to its geology, paleontology, history and past i...
White Mountain Apache Tribal Community's Incredible Crown Dancers
The Red Cliff Ojibwe Triple Their Hospitality with New Resort-Casino
Legendary Waters ’ marketing manager delights in ticking off the activities on the property or not far outside the door in Red Cliff, Wisconsin...
Travel Spotlight: South Carolina’s Surfeit of Ancient American Indian Artifacts
South Carolina has recently been in the news thanks to the Republican primary, where the state shocked many, on both the right and the left, by handed Newt Gingrich a large victory...
All Indian Rodeo Coming to Casa Grande’s Cowboy Days
The Case Grande Dispatch reports that the second installment of Casa Grande’s Cowboy Days promises to be "both bigger and better than last year’s inaugural event," a 10-day rodeo-c...
Crazy Talk and Behavior on a Bus
You see some crazy behavior and hear unhinged conversations when riding on a Greyhound Bus...
Mayans Demand Inclusion in ‘Doomsday Tourism’
The global interest in the interpretations that the Maya calendar predicted horrific catastrophes on December 21, 2012 might not sound like a tourism draw for Mexico, but that's ex...
Snow and Ice Slam Seattle, Save Ski Resorts
We've been following the efforts of ski resorts out west in bringing in tribal members to help them summon some much needed snow ...
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Chickasaw Cultural Center Celebrates 4-year Anniversary, Honored with Travel Awards
American Indian Alaska Native Tourism Association and Native American Rights Fund to Partner
AIANTA Announces Nominations for New Board of Directors, Representatives
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