Alysa Landry
8/8/14
Michael Pace hoists a tomahawk over his head, steps forward and lets it fly. Applause breaks out as the blade sinks easily into a wooden target 20 feet away...
Alysa Landry
5/21/14
This Date in Native History: On May 21, 1758, Delaware Indians kidnapped a child named Mary Campbell from her home in western Pennsylvania and held her captive during the French an...
Steven Newcomb

In his recent column, “The Long Road to ‘Free and Independent’ for Indian Nations,” Steve Russell says, “My ICTMN colleagues are fond of ‘free and independent’ as a des...

12/19/13
Steven Newcomb

Those of us who trace our lives to the original existence of the free nations of North America (Great Turtle Island), and who use the English language on a daily basis, face a challenging task....

11/6/13
Steven Newcomb

On August 9, a Haudenosaunee delegation commemorated the 400th year of the Two Row Wampum....

8/24/13
Steven Newcomb

Indian nations have been dealing politically with the imperial momentum of the United States ever since the 13 British colonies along the Atlantic Seaboard of North America declared themselves to be free and independent states in the late eighteenth century....

4/25/13
Tish Leizens
2/17/13
From a vendor’s point of view, Arvil Meisenhelter, of Lenape ancestry, thought that a pow wow that had an intertribal following in the Harrisburg area of Pennsylvania should be all...
Cliff Matias
1/4/13
Not since its founding in 1754 has Columbia University in New York City offered the Native American community a permanent residence on campus...
Tish Leizens
11/27/12
It took more than 300 volunteers, several months of detailed construction and determination to heal misunderstandings and abuse against Native Americans three centuries ago to buil...
ICTMN Staff
10/30/12
As the Eastern Seaboard sorted out the devastation from the worst storm in U.S.–recorded history, tribes affected by the winds, tidal surge and rain of Hurricane Sandy assessed dam...

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