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Native History: How Natives Got Railroaded By the Medicine Lodge Treaty
This Date in Native History: On October 21, 1867 the Medicine Lodge Treaty was signed in Kansas...
Native History: U.S. Buys Alaska for Two Cents an Acre From Russia
This Date in Native History: On October 18, 1867, the United States purchased Alaska from Russia for two cents an acre, or $7.2 million in gold, which amounts to about $16.5 billio...
New Book Says Lewis and Clark Couldn’t Have Survived Without Nez Perce
The Lewis and Clark Expedition spent a considerable amount of time with three tribes during its two-year quest from St. Louis to the Pacific Ocean...
Better Dead Than Alive? 'The Inconvenient Indian' Takes a Seriously Funny Look at Native History
Indians are most "inconvenient" when they are … alive...
8 Myths and Atrocities About Christopher Columbus and Columbus Day
On the second Monday of October each year, Native Americans cringe at the thought of honoring a man who committed atrocities against Indigenous Peoples...
How Not to Party for Columbus Day
So this is the weekend that everyone comes out of the woodwork to celebrate Columbus Day, named for the scraggly, lost explorer who arrived on Turtle Island’s shores 500-plus years...
Native History: Columbus—Icon and Genocidal Maniac—Lands in New World
This Date in Native History: On October 12, 1492, Christopher Columbus landed on the island of Guanahani, now known as the Bahamas, wreaking hell and havoc as he went...
What or Who Is an Indian Giver? A History of the Offensive Term
To many of us, such phrases as “Teacher, Billy gave me the ball, now he wants it back! He’s being an Indian giver!” are too often heard in school...
1904 Colt .45 ‘Peacemaker’ Donated to Chickasaw Cultural Center
A 110-year-old Colt .45 single-action Army revolver has recently been donated to the Chickasaw Nation by a prominent Chickasaw family...
6 Shocking Facts About Slavery, Natives and African Americans
In the last week of September, the Joseph Jenkins Roberts Center at Norfolk State University (NSU) held a conference called “1619: The Making of America.” That year is historically...
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