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Aliens Made 150,000-Year-Old Pipes?
Two Native Designers on Project Runway
Saginaw Grant's Message to Young NDNs
ames Brown Says ‘No’ to Re
Interior Announces $2.5M for BIE Schools
Watch Stupid in Action in DC
Indians Reclaim Wall Street
Put Lakota on Cover of Runner's World
Permanently Honor Tribal Contracts
Tester Criticizes IHS Leadership
Bizarre News About the Bee Czar
Cherokee Nation Rebuilds Citizen’s Home
Navajo Nation Flags Fly at Half-Staff
Letter to Snyder Says Stop Messaging
Rebranding an Already Stellar Resort
Redskins Name Change
Veterans Uncover Our Shared Past
Sgt. Kisha Makerney, Choctaw, Thrives
Questions on UN Plenary Meeting
Santa Fe Indian Market 2014 Preview
Thing About Skins
Seventh Annual Native Treasures Indian Arts Festival
There will be 200 Native American artists from more than 40 tribes showcasing and selling their work at the Sante Fe Convention Center over the Memorial Day weekend, from May 27-29...
The Ancient American Indian Builders of Northeast Louisiana
The most famous ancient American Indian earthen structure in the United States is Cahokia Mounds near Collinsville, Illinois...
Choctaw Days Coming to National Museum of American Indian
The Smithsonian’s National Museum of the American Indian (NMAI) and the Choctaw Nation are collaborating on an event together in Washington, D.C...
Nunavik Makes National Geo Traveler's Top 50 Tours List for 2011
Nunavik has made National Geographic Traveler ’s bucket list...
Pueblo Grande Museum Celebrates International Museum Day
International Museum Day is coming up, and to honor it, the Pueblo Grande Museum in Phoenix, Arizona, will be offering free admission and 10% off purchases (except books) in the Mu...
Southern Ute Cultural Center and Museum
In the heart of ancestral North America, the new Southern Ute Cultural Center and Museum in Ignacio, Colorado, captures the spirit of longevity the Southern Ute Indian Tribe repres...
Oklahoma Commemorates Civil War with Battle of Honey Springs Reenactment
Richard Mize of NewsOk.com reports that despite not being a state 150-years ago in 1861, Oklahoma will be observing the Civl War's sesquicentennial starting on April 30-May 1 with ...
Mississippi Casino Tour
Kara Kimbrough at the Laurel Leader-Call wrote a story suggesting Vegas isn't the only game in town when it comes to being able to go on a casino tour...
Oklahoma State U. calling all Native Explorers
Sharmina Manandhar of NativeTimes.com reports that American Indian students interested in science, medicine and paleontology are being encouraged to apply to Oklahoma State Univers...
Celebrate National Parks Week
It's National Park Week (April 16-24), with this year's focus on "Healthy Parks, Healthy People," drawing a connection between environmental and human health and the crucial role o...
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