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Columbia University Native American Council Objects to Columbus Day Views
The Native American Council of Columbia University, in New York City, recently had an opinion piece by Julian NoiseCat published in the Columbia Daily Spectator to combat statement...
Vatican Releases Tantalizing Glimpse into Papal Documents About Columbus
As enigmatic as the Da Vinci Code, the website showcasing fragments of documents from the upcoming exhibit of the Vatican Secret Archives presents the explorer with a sort of puzzl...
Learn the History of Native Americans in Lower Putah Creek
For the final lecture in its CreekSpeak series, the Putah Creek Council will host Victoria Bevolden, a Lake Berryessa ranger, on October 20...
A Non-Native Native Wedding?
The couple spent nine months making their wedding outfits. “It’s not dressing up for us, this is who we are,” recently married Chrissie Holmes told the Daily Mail ...
Columbia Students Choose How to Spend Columbus Day
Columbia University, in New York City, offered students options for how to spend Columbus Day...
Viejas Keeps Native American Culture Alive
The 20th anniversary celebration of Viejas Casino on September 17 was a community event that heralded the Viejas Band of Kumeyaay Indians’ pride and accomplishment...
Park Dedicated to Historic Native American Civil Rights Advocate
The free-born son of an African father and Native American mother, Paul Cuffe (1759-1817), was recently honored at a dedication ceremony for Captain Paul Cuffe Park at the New Bedf...
Professor to be Recognized for Commitment to Native American History
The Nebraska State Historical Society will honor John Wunder, author and emeritus professor of history and journalism at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln , with the Addison E...
A Writer's Journey to Discovering Native American History
On September 15, Nat Ducat posted a personal story on The Record Searchlight website about growing up among stereotypes and learning about Native American history...
Exhibit Explores Odawa Legacy and Struggle for Sovereignty
The Legacy of the Odawa exhibit will be on display at the Little Traverse Bay History Museum—in Center Petosky, Michigan—through September 30...
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Native History: Potawatomi Removed at Gunpoint, Trail of Death Begins
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