ICTMN Staff
7/31/13
This Date in Native History: On July 31, 1937, the Chiricahua Apache scout Charles Martine, who played a role in Geronimo’s eventual surrender, died...
ICTMN Staff
7/24/13
There were many Native heroes and many who resisted; here are a few from the 1700s and 1800s: Dragging Canoe , born around 1738, was a Cherokee war chief...

In Imagining Geronimo, author William A.

William A. Clements
7/4/13
His compelling story, his enduring reputation and even his physical appearance make Geronimo ideal for film treatment...
ICTMN Staff
6/18/13
When ICTMN last covered Andrew Morrison, he was still fighting to preserve the murals he painted on the exterior of Seattle's American Indian Heritage School...
ICTMN Staff
4/4/13
The Mescalero Apache Tribe will commemorate the centennial of the release of the Chiricahua Apache prisoners of war from Fort Sill, Oklahoma in 1913 with a series of events beginni...
ICTMN Staff
4/3/13
Of all the American Indian Nations who were defeated by or surrendered to the United States government, according to ApacheFreedomRun.com, the Chiricahua Apache were the last to su...
Charles Kader
3/6/13

I have recently become aware that a book entitled The Militarization of Indian Country (MSU Press – Makwa Enewed series) by ICTMN contributor Winona LaDuke will be published in 20...

Michelle Tirado
2/3/13
Geronimo is unarguably one of the most famous Native American leaders ever, and while he lived, he was among the most feared...
Gale Courey Toensing
1/7/13
President Barack Obama has signed the $633 billion National Defense Authorization Act of 2013 along with a signing statement objecting to many of its provisions – but the provision...

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