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Native History: Father De Smet Talks Peace With Sitting Bull
This Date in Native History: On June 19, 1868, Father Pierre-Jean De Smet, a Jesuit missionary, met with the great Sioux Chief Sitting Bull in an attempt to convince “hostile” Indi...
Native History: Harvard Rich Kid Starts Research for ‘Oregon Trail’
This Date in Native History: On June 15, 1846, Francis Parkman Jr., a young, Harvard-educated historian, arrived at Fort Laramie, Wyoming, to begin a summer of research among the O...
Church Leaders and Sand Creek Descendants Heal With Pilgrimage
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On June 20, 2014 descendants of survivors of the Sand Creek Massacre will accompany 10 busloads of United Methodists to the Sand Creek Massacre National Historic Site outside Eads,...
Kentucky Teen Travels Trail of Tears on Horseback
Many teens spend the summer between high school and college working, not Emma Swendsen, a 17-year-old from Kentucky...
Tohono O’odham Celebrate Ancestors—In Sculpture
Long before there were cowboys in the West, there were Indians, and after a decade and a half of effort, some of Southern Arizona’s indigenous ancestors are receiving public recogn...
Native History: Apache Chief and ‘Crusader for Peace’ Cochise Walks On
This Date in Native History: On June 8, 1874, the great Apache Chief Cochise died in southeastern Arizona after fighting U.S...
Video: Remember the Removal Riders Begin 950-Mile Journey
They have a long journey ahead of them—the Remember the Removal riders are on their way...
Native History: Citizenship Thrust Upon Natives by U.S. Congress
This Date in Native History: On June 2, 1924, Congress granted United States citizenship to Native Americans born in the United States...
Video and Petition: Children Say ‘Andrew Jackson Has Got to Go’
A group of students from Massachusetts are petitioning the Obama administration to remove Andrew Jackson from the $20 bill and replace him with “someone who was more committed to l...
Native History: It’s Memorial Day—In 1637, the Pequot Massacre Happened
This Date in Native History: On May 26, 1637, a Puritan force fortified by Native allies massacred a Pequot fort in Connecticut, killing as many as 500 men, women and children and ...
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