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$300K Grant for Hawaiian Language
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General Welfare Exclusion Act Passes
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Chief Joseph Brings Plenty: Save Wounded Knee
In a recent New York Times opinion piece, Chief Joseph Brings Plenty explains just why Wounded Knee should be saved...
HuffPost Live Discusses Sale of Wounded Knee
HuffPost Live host Ricky Camilleri was joined by four Native voices to talk about the sale of the land where the Wounded Knee Massacre took place...
Universities Join Forces to Explore Colorado’s Dark History
Two universities located 1,000 miles apart are joining forces to explore one of Colorado’s darkest moments...
Lack of Tribal Consultation Leads to Conflict at a Denver Museum
When tribes, whose ancestors are the subject of a museum exhibit, are against that exhibit and ask for it to be closed pending further consultation, it’s obvious something is amiss...
Tuscarora Historian to Discuss Natives in the Potomac Valley
A section of the Frederick County, Maryland tourism website— VisitFrederick.org —focuses on the area’s rich Native American history...
The American Indian Warrior Way in Words: Code Talker Chester Nez's New Memoir, Plus: 'Warriors in Uniform' and 'America's First Warriors'
One way to honor the service and sacrifice of our American Indian Warriors is to carry forth their stories...
Relocation Brought Collaboration: Denver Indian Center Celebrates 30 Years
In the 1950s, government policy relocated Indian people from reservations to urban areas to promote assimilation...
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...
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Bessie Poe Hall Is One of Oklahoma’s Historic Sites
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Remnants of Sacred Rock Destroyed in the 60s Discovered Underwater
Tohono O’odham Life in Video Thanks to Mel Ortega and TOHONO TV
Bosque Redondo: Does a Teepee-Shaped Building Represent the Site Properly?
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