Osage Heirloom Corn
Anna Jefferson/Osage Nation
2/12/15
Vann Bighorse, director of the Wah-Zha-Zhi Cultural Center in Pawhuska, Oklahoma, is keenly aware that Osage traditions are getting closer to slipping away—permanently...
Mrs Alice Pegues 1962
Indian Pueblo Cultural Center
2/11/15
In recognition of Black History Month, the Indian Pueblo Cultural Center and the African American Museum & Cultural Center of New Mexico will explore an often overlooked chapte...
Gettysburg National Military Park
ICTMN Staff
2/10/15
A human skull thought to belong to a soldier who died at the Battle of Gettysburg turned out to belong to a Native American man who lived some 700 years ago...
Fort Robinson Runners Lame Deer
Jesse A. Short Bull
2/8/15
The seven-day, 400-mile journey across four states began on January 9 in Nebraska...
Fort Robinson Two Runners Pine Ridge
Jesse A. Short Bull
2/8/15
It was nearing 10:30 p.m. on January 9 as nearly 85 Northern Cheyenne runners crowded around a doorway inside the barracks at Fort Robinson, near Crawford, Nebraska...
Shiprock Historical Society Shiprock Community
Alysa Landry
2/6/15
The Shiprock Historical Society has a story to tell...
Fallen Leaf Crow Warrior
Vincent Schilling
2/4/15
Too often the battles fought by our American Indian warriors in history involve the acts of valor committed by men...
ICTMN Staff
1/29/15
On January 29, 1863, 450 Northwestern Shoshone were killed along the Bear River, near present day Preston, Idaho, in perhaps the largest massacre in United States history...
Ohlone Singers Gold Greed Genocide
Marc Dadigan
1/28/15
Though often romanticized in history textbooks, museum exhibits and government park displays, the Gold Rush era in California is remembered by many California Indians as a time whe...
Andrew Jackson Hermitage Exhibit
ICTMN Staff
1/27/15
A billboard at the Nashville International Airport proclaims “Andrew Jackson: President. Hero...

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