Alysa Landry
1/18/14
This Date in Native History: On January 18, 1778, Captain James Cook became the first European to explore the Hawaiian Islands when he sailed past the island of Oahu with his two s...
KC Cole, Chickasaw Nation
1/16/14
For thousands of years people have called what is now Oklahoma home. Its natural history has shaped their way of life...
Duane Champagne
1/15/14
In American Indian history there are often characterizations of Native peoples as “noble savages.” The expression is a European term based on European understandings and culture...
ICTMN Staff
1/14/14
Construction was halted December 18 on a trench for a new water main on Pine Island Road in Davies, Florida when a perfectly preserved burial was uncovered...
Deborah Large, Chickasaw Nation

1/12/14
The American Museum of Natural History in New York houses a unique Te Ata collection that details much of her life while married to Clyde Fisher, the first chairman of the Hayden P...
Christina Rose
1/10/14
A house on the site of the first Praying Indian Town, in Natick, Massachusetts, was built on the original homelands of the Nipmuc...
Rick Kearns
1/10/14
Want to know more about students who attended Carlisle Indian Industrial School? Now doing just that is far easier...
ICTMN Staff
1/9/14
This Date in Native History: On January 9, 1493, Christopher Columbus—having set sail from Spain six months earlier—spots three “mermaids” while sailing near the Dominican Republic...
Christina Rose
1/8/14
This Date in Native History: On January 8, 1877, Crazy Horse fought his final battle against the United States Army before agreeing to come into Fort Robinson, Nebraska in May that...
ICTMN Staff
1/7/14
During this spring semester the University of Oklahoma will offer Native Peoples of Oklahoma, a free online course on the cultural traditions and current conditions of the Native A...

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