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Teaching Teachers the Truth About Native History in New England
After a three-week Institute on Native Americans Peter Gunn, who teaches Native American history at Williston Northampton School in Easthampton, Massachusetts told MassLive.com he’...
Native History: The Day Tecumseh’s Prophecy Rocked the World
This Date in Native History: Earthquakes and eclipses of the sun were among the deeds attributed to Tecumseh and his brother, but legends surrounding Tecumseh are as great as the t...
Healing Continues, Riders Welcomed By Cavalry Along 4K-Mile Journey
The message of Manitoba’s Dakota Unity Ride made a deep impression on Connecticut statesmen...
Native History: Nez Perce Fight Battle of Big Hole
This Date in Native History: On August 9, 1877 the Nez Perce fought in the third battle of what’s been called the Nez Perce War...
Native History: Custer Has First Battle in His War With Lakota
This Date in Native History: On August 4, 1873, Lieutenant Colonel George Armstrong Custer and his 7 th Cavalry met the Sioux Indians in battle for the first time—three years befor...
Native History: Inventor of Biological Warfare Against Indians Dies
This Date in Native History: On August 3, 1797 Lord Jeffrey Amherst, the first military strategist to knowingly engage in biological warfare by giving smallpox-infected blankets to...
Native History: Columbus Sets Sail, Starts Rape & Pillage of ‘New' World
This Date in Native History: On August 3, 1492, Columbus sailed the ocean blue... at least that’s what most schoolchildren are taught. But what does that actually mean?...
Native History: Apache Scout Involved in Geronimo's Surrender Dies
This Date in Native History: On July 31, 1937, the Chiricahua Apache scout Charles Martine, who played a role in Geronimo’s eventual surrender, died...
5 Monuments Guaranteed to Drive Natives Nuts
Carving the faces of “founding fathers” who weren’t good for Indian policy into sacred mountains, having to walk by a monument of a man who was responsible for the death of countle...
Native History: Shoshone Massacred, Then Signed Treaty That Helped Mormons
This Date in Native History: On July 30, 1863, Shoshone Chief Pocatello and eight other chiefs signed the Treaty of Box Elder , forfeiting two-thirds of the Shoshone’s traditional ...
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People of the Hemp, Part 1: Losing Land, Culture, Tradition
People of the Hemp, Part 2: Criminalizing Traditional Teachings
Did Custer Have a Cheyenne Mistress and Son? Native Oral History Says Yes
Columbus Day Is Out in Seattle Public Schools; Indigenous Peoples’ Day Is in
5 Possible Origins of ‘Indian Summer’ (Hint: Not All Are Native)
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