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A Win for Indian Country: Native Settlement Saved
A new park being developed near Nashville will offer a rare look at ancient history...
Fundraising Successful: Native Settlement in Nashville to Be Saved
Fundraising efforts to save a Native American settlement dating back to the 1400s in what is now Nashville, Tennessee have proven successful...
Ecotrust Honors Five Indigenous Standouts for Environmental Vision
Be it guarding the habitat of the spirit bear, raising Native voices in coastal marine planning matters, keeping cultural traditions alive or weaving together traditional knowledge...
Preserving Culture: NPS Awards Historic Preservation Grants to Tribes
National Park Service
National Park Service Director Jonathan B...
Cherokee Preservation Foundation Names New Executive Director
The Cherokee Preservation Foundation has named Annette Saunooke Clapsaddle to succeed Susan Jenkins as its executive director, effective January 2, 2013...
Restoring Crow Presence in Northwest Wyoming
Grant Bulltail is one of those remarkable people who ties us to previous generations and can paint a rich image of tribal traditions...
Aboriginal Homeschool Program Helps Parents Become Child’s First Teacher
In 1969, Dr. Avima D...
Montana Tribal College Records a Number of Improvements Throughout 2012
Salish Kootenai College (SKC), a tribal college in Pablo, Montana, has seen some positive changes this past year...
That Sinking Feeling
For centuries, the Guna (a.k.a. Kuna) Indians have successfully defended their territory on Panama’s Caribbean coast...
Pueblo of Zuni Becomes First Tribal Nation to Join the MainStreet Project
The Pueblo of Zuni became the first tribe in the nation to join the MainStreet Project —a national economic development project focused on cultural and historical preservation...
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