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Native American Recognition Days Come to Phoenix
Native American Recognition Days (NARD) events are in full swing in and around Phoenix, Arizona, nearly eight weeks of non-stop celebrations dedicated to the culture and traditions...
October 10 Is Native American Day in South Dakota
In 1989, the South Dakota legislature, after a proposal by Governor George S...
Nez Perce National Historic Trail Projects Look to Public for Inspiration
The Nez Perce are looking to enhance the experience along the Nez Perce Historic Trail (NPNHT) in Idaho and are reaching out to the public for inspiration...
American Indian Story Returns to Colonial Williamsburg
"So Far From Scioto" returns a piece of American Indian history to Colonial Williamsburg in a story involving the Revolutionary War and the Shawnee emissaries who were brought to W...
Prehistoric Indian Archaeological Sites Reopen in New Mexico
The Associated Press reports that after being closed for three months after the largest wildfire in the state's history, the prehistoric American Indian archaeological sites at the...
The 61st Annual Keetoowah Cherokee Celebration
The Keetoowah Cherokee Celebration starts with a basketball tournament on Thursday, September 29, and ends with a Stomp Dance on Saturday, October 1st in Tahlequah, Oklahoma...
Historic Plaque Unveiled During National Public Lands Day at Wind Cave National Park
On Saturday, September 24, the recently formed Friends of Wind Cave National Park helped plant six trees for the unveiling of a historic plaque in celebration of the National Publi...
Ribbon Cutting at the John Hair Museum and Cultural Center
The Keetoowah Cherokee Tribe is opening the John Hair Museum and Cultural Center, named after the former United Keetowah Band Chief, this Friday, September 30, at 6 p.m in Tahlequa...
The Acoma Pueblo Is an Ancient City in the Sky
Situated atop a 367-foot sandstone bluff in a mountainous valley in New Mexico, at an altitude of 6,460 feet above seal level, the Acoma Pueblo continues the ancient vigil it has k...
'Tourism Without Business is Merely Traffic'
Yavapai Tribal Chairman Dr. Clinton Pattea welcomed delegates to the 13th annual tribal tourism conference in Scottsdale, Arizona...
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