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23rd Annual Zuni Festival of Arts
Pacific Islander Heritage Month
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Living History: Norman Roach
Things About Skins
The Museum of the Indian in Rio de Janeiro
August 06, 2011
The huge, densely forested region that the Portuguese claimed and named Brazil around 1500 once had an indigenous population of millions...
Arizona Museum of Natural History to open Mesa Grande Ruins Welcome Center
July 20, 2011
After 30 years of effort to preserve the Mesa Grande Ruins in Arizona and open them up to the public, archaeologist Jerry Howard may finally see all his hard work come to fruition ...
Hiking Arizona’s National Scenic Trail
August 01, 2011
Grand things happen in the Grand Canyon State...
Summer Summary: Spas in Indian Country
July 16, 2011
Aji Spa Gila River Indian Community Sheraton Wild Horse Pass Resort & Spa 5594 West Wild Horse Pass Blvd., Chandler, Arizona (602) 225-0100 wildhorsepassresort.com Authentic Am...
Hon-Dah Casino Helps Arizona Travelers Beat the Heat
July 28, 2011
It’s been less than ten years since Arizona White Mountain Apache Tribal Chairman Ronnie Lupe authorized the go-ahead to build tourist attractions, initially converting a small cor...
Arizona’s White Mountain Apache Country
July 20, 2011
Whatever peaks your outdoor adrenalin, few states can match the diversity of natural landscape found in Arizona --- from desert flatlands filled with cactus and sagebrush to a seri...
Plymouth Native Tours Shows Historic Spot from American Indian Perspective
July 09, 2011
When the Pilgrims arrived in Plymouth, Massachusetts ,in 1620, they encountered a Wampanoag Indian tribe that had been decimated by a plague and were in disarray...
Tohono O’odham Nation: Thriving in the Desert
July 17, 2011
Arizona’s Desert Diamond Casinos & Entertainment --- enterprises of the Tohono O’odham Nation --- are already gems in the desert with a possibility that more jewels could be ad...
Adventure Beckons on the Wind River Reservation in Wyoming
July 11, 2011
The Wind River Indian Reservation in central Wyoming covers 2.2 million acres of land and is home to 2,500 Eastern Shoshone and more than 5,000 Northern Arapaho Indians...
The Quileute Tribe’s Perfect Pacific Coastline
July 03, 2011
Pacific Northwest beaches are different from their sandy Atlantic brethren, and Quileute Tribe ’s village of La Push, Washington’s beaches are a prime example...
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Matika Wilbur: Indian Enough Photography Exhibit Opens in Ohio
I'm Not Your Indian Anymore: The AIM in Photos
Our Man in Hawaii: Scenes From the 50th Annual Merrie Monarch Festival
National Museum of American Indian Celebrates Hawaiian Arts and Culture
Ramp It Up! Skateboard Exhibit Moves to Pequot Museum
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