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Invasion of America: Native Dispossession Swept Aside, Should Be Unforgettable
Between 1776 and the present, the United States seized some 1.5 billion acres from North America’s Native peoples, an area 25 times the size of the United Kingdom...
Quapaw Tribe, Arkansas National Guard Sign MOU For Sacred Places
Sacred places for many tribes are scattered across the country, oftentimes away from a tribe’s current home...
Seminoles Retrace Polly Parker’s Escape, Fight to Preserve History
The year was 1858. It was the end of the third Seminole War and federal troops were trying to relocate Florida’s Seminoles to Indian Territory west of the Mississippi...
Borneo Indigenous Blockade Mega Dam as Penan Struggle With Relocation
Indigenous activists in Malaysia have erected two strategic road blockades to prevent the construction of the 1,200 megawatt Baram Dam, the fourth planned as part of the Sarawak go...
Native History: Yosemite National Park Created on Native Homelands
This Date in Native History: On October 1, 1890, Congress set aside 1,500 square miles to create the first national park—Yosemite National Park—in the United States...
U.S. Celebrates Dam; Wintu Say It Is 'Scar That Will Never Heal'
There was 183 of them—recently deceased Winnemem Wintu relatives resting beneath the banks of the McCloud River, wrapped in deerskin and buried in a sitting position, facing Mt...
Extinct No More: Hia-Ced O'odham Officially Join Tohono O'odham Nation
After 33 years of hard work to right the past, the Hia-Ced O’odham, once thought to be extinct, can finally say they belong as part of the Tohono O’odham Nation...
Mapuche of Chile Continue Struggle for Land Rights; A Leader in Prison
Daniel Melinao used to draw water from a well on the land near his small, wood-frame house...
Relocation Brought Collaboration: Denver Indian Center Celebrates 30 Years
In the 1950s, government policy relocated Indian people from reservations to urban areas to promote assimilation...
Is American Indian History Best Argument for Small Government?
A conservative argument that pops up from time to time is making a new round on the Internet...