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The Mother of the Earth Returns
Big Two Months for the Samish Nation
Randy Mantooth of 'Emergency!'
DU Lacrosse Wins NCAA Championship
The South Does Rights Thing
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The Burden of American Exceptionalism
$255.5 Million Settlement for Inuit
Shoni Schimmel Is no Longer a Rookie
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Wahpepah-Harris: The Next Billy Mills?
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Memorials Honoring Native Warriors
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Maintaining U.S. Status Quo at UN
The Week That Was
Thing About Skins
Archaeologists Awarded Grants for Continued Research at Cahokia Mounds
Indiana University Bloomington
Archaeologists at Indiana University and the University of Illinois have been awarded two grants totaling $640,000 to continue and expand their research at Cahokia Mounds, site of ...
Archaeologists Discover 13,800-Year-Old Underwater Site at Haida Gwaii
An archaeological discovery from this past September could put the earliest inhabitation in Canada at around 13,800 years ago, reported CBC News ...
Native Remains Unearthed in Silicon Valley... Two Years Ago!
You read that right...
How Linguists Are Pulling Apart the Bering Strait Theory
Over the past few weeks, new scientific discoveries have rekindled the debate over the Bering Strait Theory. Two of the discoveries were covered recently in Indian Country Today ...
DNA Politics: Anzick Child Casts Doubt on Bering Strait Theory
Scientists from the University of Copenhagen and Texas A&M have analyzed the DNA of the remains of a young boy ceremonially buried some 12,600 years ago in Montana...
Historic Importance of Tequesta Village Site in Florida Becoming Clear
The developer knew the risks going in—MDM Development Group bought the land in downtown Miami, Florida a decade ago full well knowing it sat inside a designated archaeological zone...
Ancient Society Ruled by Women: Tomb in Peru Confirms It
The discovery of another tomb belonging to a Moche—or Mochia—priestess in Peru confirms that powerful women ruled the region 1,200 years ago, reported the Agence France-Presse ...
Smallin Cave Restores Original Osage Plants; Teaches Native History
Crops like those grown by Native Americans 1,000 years ago are thriving again at Smallin Civil War Cave just south of Springfield, Missouri...
Sacred Vessel or Toy? Rare Native Boat Carving Found
Native Americans living in the California Channels and adjacent southern California before the Spanish arrived in the 1500s carved small boats out of submarine volcanic material...
Mythic Pocahontas Rescue Site, Powhatan Complex Protected
The story goes that Pocahontas saved Captain John Smith from being clubbed to death by her father, Powhatan, in 1607...
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