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Editor’s note: Voters this year will elect the 45 th president of the United States...
The Truth About the Wounded Knee Massacre
Patti Jo King
In 1889, the pronouncements of Paiute mystic Wovoka sparked hope of the dawning of a new age among Western tribes; an age that promised an end to Euro-American oppression and a ret...
Horrors of Native Slavery in New England Revealed in New Book
The history of Native slavery in New England is finally breaking through after centuries of silence...
Ancient Indigenous Peoples Saved One of Three Sisters from Extinction
Tanya H. Lee
The Three Sisters fundamental to the traditional diet of many American Indian tribes may have been just two without the ingenuity of ancient Indigenous Peoples living in what is no...
Wounded Knee: Healing the Wounds of the Past
Tuesday, December 29, 2015, marks the 125th anniversary of the Massacre at Wounded Knee, a “sad and horrible event” Native and non-Native Americans still struggle to comprehend...
8 Ways to Learn About Wounded Knee
Tanya H. Lee
This year is the 125th anniversary of the December 29, 1890 massacre of a band of Miniconjou Lakota led by Chief Spotted Elk, who was called Big Foot by the government...
Sham Trials: The Traumatic Truth of What Happened to the Dakota 38
A ghost of Christmas past haunts the Dakota to this day—the ghost of a great injustice to 38 men hanged the day after Christmas in 1862, of injustice to 265 others also convicted i...
Remembering the Dakota 38: A List of Those Executed in 1862
It has been 153 years since the largest mass execution ever seen in the United States took place on December 26, 1862...
11 Recommended Books: Retired Teachers Donate Hundreds of Books to Red Lake Nation College
On December 2, 2015, Leo and Ruth Soukup donated more than 700 books to Red Lake Nation College. The donation will help the college toward its goal of accreditation...
Have Researchers Found America’s First Casino?
Archaeological discoveries in caves on the north shore of Utah’s Great Salt Lake are giving researchers a glimpse at what may be America’s first casino...
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