Skip to main content
This Is Not a Stereotypical Documentary
Swinomish Study Climate Change Impacts
Angels Watching Over Indigenous Children
Why Not? Alaska’s Fusion Candidacy
Help College Profs Bridge Divides
83-year-old ‘Beloved Arab’ Laid to Rest
Portal for Native Entrepreneurs
Native Sports Legends Talk about Native
Mohegans Do Good—Rappell Down Skyscraper
Lummi Totem Unites Enviro Defenders
Why Is There a Teepee at Bosque Redondo?
My Peace Corps Experience
4 More Challenges Facing Native Students
$37,400 up for Grabs at NIRC in Fort Hal
Travel Can Flatten the Pocketbook
Eagle Feather Law & State Tribes
Tribal Leaders Should Help Govern the US
NOAA Gives $400K for Penobscot River
Brown Bear Hunt Banned in Kenai Refuge
NYT Showcases Tribal Species Stewardship
Thing About Skins
The Life of Angus Chavers, a Confederate POW
Dr. Dean Chavers
Most of the Lumbees who fought in the Civil War were in the Confederate Army...
Walk the Path of the Ancestors
The first person to walk here did so over a thousand years ago when the Hohokam arrived at what is now known as Colossal Cave Mountain Park in Vail, Arizona...
People and Places Exhibition Brings Cherokee Artifacts to Arkansas
To commemorate people, places and cultures unique to northwest Arkansas and the Ozarks, the Cherokee Heritage Center in Tahlequah, Oklahoma is partnering with Crystal Bridges Museu...
New York Bridge Renovation Could Unearth Native Artifacts
Historians and archaeologists are predicting that Native American artifacts could be found along Newtown Creek during the renovation of the Kosciuszko Bridge that connects Queens a...
Video: Native Youth Declare 'We Are Indian! We Are Proud!'
In this two-minute video, a group of Native youth declare, “We are Indian!...
Debunking Lincoln, the 'Great Emancipator'
“Tell some historians that ‘Lincoln freed the slaves’ and one can virtually see the smoke come out of their ears,” relates a story about abolitionists on CNN.com ...
California Legislator Seeks Tribal Input on Sacred Sites Protection Bill
This October, not far from Bishop, California five petroglyphs sacred to tribes in the area including the Paiute, Shoshone and Mono were stolen by vandals using chainsaws and ladde...
Indian Education: What Are the Options?
Indian communities are searching for education that suits the needs of their children and futures. They may not know precisely what they require...
Teaching Native American Studies By Doing
The school’s website says it’s a place “where education is a journey” and Noah Williams, who teaches history at Highland Hall Waldorf School in Northridge, California takes that se...
Ghosts Towns and Living Defenders: A Coastal Timeline
Chris Wood, TheTyee.ca
[Editor’s Note: Often passed, seldom visited by outsiders, British Columbia’s Central Coast is home to the continent’s longest-settled places and most enduring peoples...
Page 29 of 48
History Got it Wrong: Scientists Now Say Serpent Mound as Old as Aristotle
Native History: Commemorating Battle of the Badlands 150th Anniversary
Getting it Right: Lenape Man Changing Indiana’s Views on Native History
Celebrate Chickasaw Spirit at the Annual Meeting and Festival
‘History Girls’ Propose Native Site Recognition for Passanageset Knoll
Around The Web
Obamacare launch hits early hitch as online traffic snarls up sites
'It was just a deafening roar': storm-chaser James Reynolds on surviving super typhoon Haiyan
Leader in Insurgent Network Is Killed in Pakistan
Target Stores to Open at 8 p.m. on Thanksgiving for Black Friday Deals
'Gunman' who fatally shot Iranian bandmates ID'd