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Students Explore 500 Year Old Oneida Indian Nation Village
The Madison County town of Smithfield, New York was home to the Oneida Indian Nation from about 1550 to 1575, and a recent Youth Work Learn Program brought students back to the Vai...
Debunking Imperialism: A Conversation With Annette Kolodny
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Annette Kolodny (Photo by Susanna Corcoran) A nnette Kolodny recently spoke about the genesis of her new volume, In Search of First Contact: The Vikings of Vinland, the Peoples of ...
A Seminole Warrior Gets His Due in Osceola and the Great Seminole War
Osceola and the Great Seminole War: The Return of a Legend Crazy Horse. Geronimo. Sitting Bull. Cochise...
Animated Map Shows Loss of Western Tribal Lands From 1784
To better understand land cession maps made by Sam B...
United Tribes Technical College Displays History Through Native Art
For those wanting to see a vast collection of Native American art, United Tribes Technical College is the place to be...
Bois Forte Band of Chippewa Gets Some 7,000 Artifacts Back
A collection of some 7,000 artifacts was returned to the Bois Forte Band of Chippewa July 16 by the Minnesota Historical Society (MHS) after a request was made by the band for the ...
Indigenous Nations Prefer Citizenship to Secession, Though Some Have Tried
Stay or go? When it comes to Indian tribes and the United States, the answer has almost always been the former. And for that, there are many reasons. When the U.S...
Digging Deep Into the World of the Fremont Indians
It’s usually painful to dig up the past. But for some Brigham Young University students, unearthing the past has been downright thrilling...
Ojibwe Author Anton Treuer Wins Major Award
Ojibwe author Anton Treuer has won an Award of Merit from the American Association for State and Local History (AASLH) for historical preservation, the group announced...
Susquehanna River, Ancestral Home of the Susquehannock, Receives Historic Designation
Katie Faull, a Bucknell University professor of German and humanities, wasn’t expecting this result when a student asked what she knew about early Moravian missionaries along the S...
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