Dana Lance, Chickasaw Nation
2/18/14
Note: This is the second in a series of articles highlighting the burial place of Chickasaw Governors since removal to Indian Territory...
Vincent Schilling
2/6/14
When looking back at the history of this United States, the participation of Native American warriors on the battlefield is a largely untold number...
Alysa Landry
2/3/14
This Date in Native History: On February 3, 1889, the outlaw Belle Star was killed by two shots from behind, ending the reign of the famous “Bandit Queen” in the Oklahoma Territory...
Chickasaw Nation
1/26/14
The first of three U.S. naval ships named for the Chickasaws was commissioned 150 years ago...
Vincent Schilling
1/9/14
Considering American Indian and Alaska Native Veterans have served in every branch of the U.S...
Christina Rose
12/12/13
This Date in Native History: Stand Watie was born Degadoga Watie on December 12, 1806 in New Echota, near present day Rome, Georgia...
Peter d'Errico

Pirates are a fascinating topic, and pirate stories have long been part of popular culture. Their daring exploits, coupled with their anarchic—and democratic—organization, provide fodder for books, movies, poems, and paintings....

12/1/13
Chelsea Vowel

Much ado is made of our divisions and differences, and this is so successful because the narrative of our sameness is foundational to colonial policies....

11/2/13
Christina Rose
10/21/13
This Date in Native History: On October 21, 1867 the Medicine Lodge Treaty was signed in Kansas...
Duane Champagne
10/21/13
Between 1820 and 1870, five Indian nations in the southeast adopted constitutions, engaged in for-profit cotton export, created tribal school systems, established courts, police, a...

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