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USGS Engages With Tribes in New Policy
Yav Pa Irahiv: Happy New Year
OSU Recruits Native Students to STEM
10 Quotes on Indians by Celebrities
Eight Indigenous Names for Ferry
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Tule River Powwow Ends With Proposal!
California Tribes: 'Water Is Sacred'
Pow Wow Dance Style Origins:
Vern Traversie Case Will Go To Trial
People of the Hemp, Part 2
State Magic in the UN HLPM
Keystone Senate’s First Bill?
Native Cooking: What Is a Vegetarian?
Pow Wow Dance Style Origins: Men's Tradi
The ‘M’ Squad and 7 More Rez Pups
The Week That Was
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Time to Smoke Some Moose Meat
Reject Simplistic Indigenous Studies
Thing About Skins
Sacajawea: If Not For Her, We Could Be Saluting the British Flag
Few women in U.S. history have had more influence on the nation’s history than the young Lemhi Shoshone woman, Sacajawea...
Seminoles Retrace Polly Parker’s Escape, Fight to Preserve History
The year was 1858. It was the end of the third Seminole War and federal troops were trying to relocate Florida’s Seminoles to Indian Territory west of the Mississippi...
The Onion Calls Native History Book ‘Bizarre Sci-Fi’
The Onion calls Judith Nies’s book, Native American History: A Chronology of a Culture’s Vast Achievements and Their Links To World Events , a “riveting, if slightly far-fetched, w...
Molly Ockett Days Festival Beginning to Truly Honor Native Namesake
Gale Courey Toensing
Arla Patch, a non-Native artist, teacher and volunteer for the Maine Wabanaki-State Child Welfare Truth and Reconciliation Commission (TRC), is looking for high school students in ...
Lessons of Our Land Curriculum Launched During Heritage Month
Learning about Native history and culture doesn't need to be relegated to one month of the year...
History of Native American Heritage Month
The celebration of National American Indian American Heritage Month has happened every November since a resolution was signed in 1990 by President George H.W. Bush...
Native History: Sand Creek Massacre Devastates Tribes, Intensifies Warfare
This Date in Native History: On November 29, 1864, Cheyenne Chief White Antelope sang his death song as some 200 Arapaho and Cheyenne were massacred by Colorado Volunteers of the U...
6 Thanksgiving Myths, Share Them With Someone You Know
Considering ICTMN has published its fair share of the true history of Thanksgiving, in which 90 Wampanoag shared provisions with the Pilgrims in 1621, we thought we would take a bi...
Wampanoag Historian on Surviving Almost 400 Years of Thanksgivings
Gale Courey Toensing
When Linda Coombs, Aquinnah Wampanoag historian, scholar, educator and artist, appeared at the New England American Studies Association’s (NEASA) annual meeting this fall, she capt...
Native History: Custer Attacks Peaceful Cheyenne in Oklahoma
This Date in Native History: On November 27, 1868, Lieutenant Colonel George Armstrong Custer led an early morning attack on a band of peaceful Cheyenne living in western Oklahoma...
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