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Native Humor! 10 LOL-Worthy Pictures
Well For Culture: Stretch!
Cris Derksen on the Red Ride Tour
Triple Crown Watch; Depp Dogs Deported
Lummi Youth Learn the Bigger Picture
Tusayan Project: Speak Up Now…or Never
Disrobing Junipero Serra
Paraguay Official Sentenced
Never Forget You Are a Sacred People
Memorial Day Weekend Pow Wow Guide
Blackhorse: 'Native American'? 'Indian'?
Major Award for Salmon Restoration in NW
Sonny Skyhawk on Adam Sandler Saga
ICWA Hearings Reignite Clash, Part 1
Construction on New Data Center Begins
Otherworldly Pottery [11 Images]
Shoni Schimmel Will Start for ATL Dream
Apache Still Fighting Oak Flat Land Grab
A Job Interview You May Want to Skip
Ending the Truancy to Prison Pipeline
Thing About Skins
Historic Importance of Tequesta Village Site in Florida Becoming Clear
The developer knew the risks going in—MDM Development Group bought the land in downtown Miami, Florida a decade ago full well knowing it sat inside a designated archaeological zone...
Fraud? Mormon Prez Summoned to Defend Church Teachings on Natives
A British magistrate has summoned Thomas S...
Native History: ‘The Last of the Mohicans’ Is Published
This Date in Native History: On February 4, 1826, The Last of the Mohican s by James Fenimore Cooper was published, solidifying the author’s career as an American novelist...
Native History: ‘The World’s Fastest Indian’ Opens in Theaters
This Date in Native History: On February 3, 2006, “The World’s Fastest Indian” opened in movie theaters throughout the United States...
Native History: Oklahoma Territory’s ‘Bandit Queen’ Killed
This Date in Native History: On February 3, 1889, the outlaw Belle Star was killed by two shots from behind, ending the reign of the famous “Bandit Queen” in the Oklahoma Territory...
Skokomish Call Hike From Homeland to the Coast a ‘Spiritual Experience’
The first people to arrive in Taholah, Washington during the 2013 Canoe Journey/Paddle to Quinault didn’t arrive by water, but by land...
The Word ‘Squaw’: Offensive or Not?
The word squaw certainly has had its share of history. In researching its meaning, squaw is either offensive or historically accurate in portraying a female Indian woman...
Native History: Queen Lili‘uokalani Becomes Last Monarch of Hawaiian Islands
This Date in Native History: On January 29, 1891, Queen Lili‘uokalani became the last monarch of the Hawaiian Islands...
Fort Sill Apache Tribe Supports Establishment of National Monument
Fort Sill Apache Tribe
On January 24, the Fort Sill Apache tribe issued a resolution of support for the establishment of the Organ Mountains-Desert Peaks national monument located in tribe’s aboriginal h...
Puerto Rico to Turn Story of Taino Chief’s Victory Into TV Series
The sixteenth century story of a great Taino chief and one of the first indigenous victories against the Spanish is being turned into a six-part television series in Puerto Rico...
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