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What Would Ingrid Do? War and Peace
Keeping the Lakota Language Alive
Utah State Powwow Brings Diversity
Treaty Rights Challenged in Elk Hunting
Women Reverends Challenge Stereotypes
Luger: Events Bring Awareness to #MMIW
Getting a CT Town to Change Its Mascot
Gogebic Taconite Putting Mine on Hold
The Trolls, Witches & Sorcerers of Chile
Zahn McClarnon: Fans Saved 'Longmire'
The Importance of Buffalo to the Lakota
Poem: 'Cast Out Your Net, Billy Frank'
Moving On Up: This Week in Promotions
Osage Makes Language a Priority
Blasphemy: Turning a Killer Into a Saint
Native Edge Business Portal to be Unveil
First Tribal Marijuana Conference
New Visions for New Times
Soctomah Committed to His Native Roots
The Week That Was
Thing About Skins
Monumental Error: Baseball Team Offers Custer Bobbleheads
This promotion might call for a demotion...
Cahokia Marks Summer Solstice at Woodhenge
Cahokia Mounds State Historic Park is inviting visitors to witness the solstice as Native Americans would have 1,000 years ago, at Woodhenge on June 23...
Couple Donates $800K to Colonial Williamsburg’s American Indian Initiative
Douglas Morton and Marilyn Brown recently donated $800,000 to support Colonial Williamsburg’s American Indian Initiative. “We love Colonial Williamsburg...
Pow Wow at Sacred East Rock and the Legend of the Stone Giants
On June 1-2, the Third Annual Connecticut Native American Intertribal Urban Council Powwow was held on ‘Founder’s Day’ at East Rock Park...
CNN: Ancient Cave Paintings Show Deep Thinking by Natives
Last night, CNN.com produced an interesting report on the U.S.'s oldest cave and rock art, recently discovered in Tennessee ...
Five Moving Videos of the 2013 Crazy Horse Memorial Ride
This year's Crazy Horse Ride began June 2 and finished June 6, when the riders entered Pine Ridge...
U.S.'s Oldest Cave and Rock Art Discovered in Tennessee
At more than 6,000 years old, prehistoric cave and rock art found in what is today Tennessee is easily the oldest discovered yet within the United States...
Bear River Massacre Victims Laid to Rest
More than 150 years after their murder, the remains of two Northwestern Shoshone were finally laid to rest May 25 near Tremonton, Utah...
On This Date in 1971, the Indian Occupation of Alcatraz Ends: Visit
Today, Alcatraz Island is a deservedly popular tourist destination...
Newark American Indian Mounds the Eighth Wonder of the World? You Decide
If you don't immediately think of the Great Pyramid of Giza or the Lighthouse of Alexandria when you consider the Newark Earthworks, in modern-day Ohio, well, that could soon chang...
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