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Final Chance This Year to Explore the Magnificent Ancient Native American Newark Octagon Earthworks
October 14, 2012
"Two thousand years ago, Native Americans built one of the most amazing monuments of antiquity in the place we now call Newark, Ohio," says Brad Lepper, Curator of Archaeology for ...
Free Archeaology Fun Day Fest to Benefit Proposed Montauk Indian Museum
October 13, 2012
The Montauk Indian Museum Committee is hosting its first Archaeology Fest, to be held Saturday, October 13, 2012, on the grounds of the Montauk Historical Society's Second House Mu...
Huffington Post Blog Reminds Us of The Great Law of Peace, the Roots of American Democracy
October 04, 2012
Jacob Devaney, in an October 3 blog for the Huffington Post, thought it was a good time—with Columbus Day coming up and election season upon us—to remind everyone about the roots o...
Mitchell Museum of the American Indian Unveils War of 1812 Exhibit
October 01, 2012
A new exhibit at the Mitchell Museum of the Indian in Evanston, Illinois focuses on the War of 1812 in the Chicago region with an emphasis on Native American cultures, prominent Na...
Author of Rising Up From Indian Country to Address War of 1812 at Mitchell Museum of the American Indian
October 10, 2012
Ann Durkin Keating, author of a new nonfiction book about the Battle of Fort Dearborn and Chicago’s early history, will speak at an hour-long public seminar on the War of 1812 at 6...
The War of 1812 Could Have Been the War of Indian Independence
June 18, 2012
Today marks the 200th anniversary of the War of 1812, a war all but forgotten in American history books. But what did that war mean for this country’s Indigenous Peoples?...
Sending a Dart Through Armor: The Story of the Ancient Native Weapon Atlatl, Now a Modern Sport
June 24, 2012
To many people, “A is for Apple,” but for early Indigenous Peoples, the A stood for Atlatl --- an
Chicago City Council Member Offends With ‘Peace Pipe’ Comment
June 06, 2012
What was meant to be a “Day of Remembrance and Reconciliation” to commemorate the August 15, 1812 Battle of Fort Dearborn on Tuesday, June 5 turned out to be anything but when a ci...
500-Year old Indian Village Unearthed in North Carolina
June 05, 2012
The Charlotte Observer reported on an American Indian village unearthed in Morganton, North Carolina, in Catawba Meadows Park...
Student-Built Totem Pole Installed at Spencer Butte Middle School in Oregon
June 01, 2012
A totem pole built a decade ago by elementary students at the Eastside Alternative Elementary School, which used to be located in Eugene, Oregon but is now closed, was installed at...
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Columbia Native Students Demand Recognition of Original Inhabitants
Ohio Names Native American Pipe Official State Artifact
Digital Public Library of America Features Upper Midwest Natives
Chickasaw Nation Governor Inducted into Historians Hall of Fame
Jerry Wolfe, Veteran and Elder, Honored by Tribe and USET
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