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Native History: Shoshone Massacred, Then Signed Treaty That Helped Mormons
This Date in Native History: On July 30, 1863, Shoshone Chief Pocatello and eight other chiefs signed the Treaty of Box Elder , forfeiting two-thirds of the Shoshone’s traditional ...
Native History: Spanish Priests First Europeans to See Anasazi Ruins
This Date in Native History: On July 29, 1776 two Spanish Franciscan priests—Silvestre Velez de Escalante and Francisco Atanasio Dominguez—left Santa Fe, New Mexico to establish an...
Poisoned at the Friendship Feast: 'More Than 200 Haunt These Hills'
Connor Larkin isn’t a professional writer or poet. He is a teenager, an activist and a member of the Trinity Norrelmuk Wintu Nation...
Wintu Massacre: 'A Very Sacred Area Where Some Very Bad Things Happened'
After traveling deep into the heart of Northern California’s Shasta-Trinity National Forest, about a dozen young people gathered in a circle as James Hayward Sr...
This Date in History: Indian Agent Involved in Death of Sitting Bull Dies
He’s become known as the man inadvertently responsible for the death of Sitting Bull, he was a prominent Indian agent by the name of James McLaughlin...
Untelling the Big Lie: The Murder of Two Blackfeet by Lewis & Clark Party
Accounts of what happened leading up to the shooting vary depending on who you ask, but the result was the same...
Sacred Vessel or Toy? Rare Native Boat Carving Found
Native Americans living in the California Channels and adjacent southern California before the Spanish arrived in the 1500s carved small boats out of submarine volcanic material...
Oneida Indian Nation Modernizes Story About Living in Harmony
It’s a story about friendship, respecting Mother Earth, and learning to live in harmony...
Fight the Power: 100 Heroes of Native Resistance, Part 1
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...
Purdue Prez Says Telling History of America's Genocides 'Execrable'
Former Indiana Governor Mitch Daniels came under fire last week when The Associated Press uncovered a slew of emails relating to the use of Howard Zinn’s A People’s History of the ...
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Native Girl Who Challenged Educational Boundaries to Be Honored
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