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Tony A. Johnson: NMAI’s Meet Native America Series
In the interview series Meet Native America , the Smithsonian National Museum of the American Indian invites tribal leaders, cultural figures, and other interesting and accomplishe...
Chinook Tribal Chairman Ray Gardner Walks On
After a long struggle with lung disease, Chinook Tribe Chairman Ray Gardner walked on February 3. He was 59...
Chinook Tribal Council Makes Ancestral Canoe Journey
From June 9-14 the Chinook Indian Nation Council will travel down the Lower Columbia River Water Trail in traditional canoes...
Ambassador Chris Stevens Mourned Across Indian Country as Peacemaker, Diplomat
David P. Ball
In the wake of the violent death of United States Libyan Ambassador J...
Chinook Indian Nation to Close Food Bank
After 25 years of operation, the Chinook Indian Nation is shutting down its food bank in Chinook, the small southwest Washington town, because it can't pay the building's monthly r...