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Battle Lines & Power Lines: The Never-Ending Fight Over Killdeer Mountain
Tanya H. Lee
Energy developers continue their assault on the 1864 Taĥċa Wakutėpi (Killdeer Mountain) battlefield, where Union Brig...
Pulled From the Depths: Boy Finds a Native Canoe While Diving
A 7-year-old boy and his grandfather spotted a piece of wood while scuba diving in Owens Lake in Florida, reported Bay News Channel 9 ...
Native History: Nez Perce Leader Chief Joseph Walks On
This Date in Native History: On September 21, 1904 Chief Joseph passed away on the Colville Reservation in Washington, never having gained permission to return to his homeland in t...
Native History: 1638 Treaty of Hartford Meant to Quell Fear of Devil
This Date in Native History: As the dubious founders of Indian policy, Connecticut claims the first massacre of Native people, the first forced removals, and the first reservations...
The First Native Man of Letters: Harvard's Indian Colonial Poet (in Latin!)
By Corydon Ireland
For nearly 300 years, Harvard student Benjamin Larnell (c. 1694–1714) was simply a footnote to scholars of Native American history...
Native History: 50,000 From Nine Tribes Gather to Sign Treaty of Fort Laramie
This Date in Native History: On this day in 1851, more than 50,000 Indigenous Red “Indian” people gathered to officially sign the 1851 Treaty of Fort Laramie with the government of...
Native History: Mayflower Sets Sail, Starts the Long Assault of Indian Country
This Date in Native History: History.com says the Mayflower sailed from Plymouth, England, on September 16, 1620, but is that accurate?...
Native History: A Treaty, A Peach Tree Murder and A Squirrel Smackdown
This Date in Native History: On September 15, 1655, the simply named Peach Tree War was a reaction to a decade of abuse suffered by Natives in the New Netherlands...
Video: Stopping Grave Robbers, Protecting Sacred Remains & NAGPRA
The Association of American Indian Affairs was integral in enacting the Native American Graves Protection and Repatriation Act...
10 Back-to-School Items to Show Your Native Pride
For students wanting to show some Native pride in school, here is a list of 10 pretty cool items to show some Native flavor...
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