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Wit and Wisdom About Wall Street
Lakota Chef Serves Pre-Colonization Menu
AIANTA Secures Board of Directors
Tribes Celebrate New Tax Law
From Confrontation to Collaboration
USGS Engages With Tribes in New Policy
Yav Pa Irahiv: Happy New Year
OSU Recruits Native Students to STEM
10 Quotes on Indians by Celebrities
Eight Indigenous Names for Ferry
10 Back to School Items
Tule River Powwow Ends With Proposal!
California Tribes: 'Water Is Sacred'
Pow Wow Dance Style Origins:
Vern Traversie Case Will Go To Trial
People of the Hemp, Part 2
State Magic in the UN HLPM
Keystone Senate’s First Bill?
Native Cooking: What Is a Vegetarian?
Pow Wow Dance Style Origins: Men's Tradi
Thing About Skins
8 Big Lies History Books Tell About Natives
Do history books written by white folks tell the truth about Natives? We think not. Here are just some of the lies they tell...
Video: How Warriors Earned Headdresses
In this Montana History Minute, Yellowstone County Museum Director Benjamin Nordlund explains how headdresses were earned in the warrior culture and how important they were...
Native History: Proclamation Sets Course Toward Sand Creek Massacre
This Date in Native History: On June 27, 1864, John Evans, governor of the Colorado Territory in Denver, issued a proclamation “To the Friendly Indians of the Plains,” a step that ...
Native History: Descendants Remember Battle of Little Big Horn
This Date in Native History: Representatives from many Native nations of the Plains will come together today for the 138th anniversary of the Battle of Little Big Horn, where a re-...
Poverty Point Earthworks Named World Heritage Site
The Monumental Earthworks of Poverty Point, a state park in Louisiana, have been named a UNESCO World Heritage Site—making it the 22nd U.S...
Native History: Pres. Coolidge Summers In Black Hills, Adopted By Sioux
This Date in Native History: On June 23, 1927, the Sioux County Pioneer , a newspaper in south central North Dakota, reported that U.S...
Cultural Genocide Veiled as Education—The Time for Healing Is Now
Native American Rights Fund
Like a lot of the details of United States historical relations with the indigenous inhabitants of this land, the story of Indian boarding school policy of the United States govern...
Native History: Sacred Bald Eagle Becomes U.S. National Emblem
This Date in Native History: On June 20, 1782, the Continental Congress approved the bald eagle as the national emblem and the central image on the Great Seal of the United States...
Unifying Humanity: Kit Carson Park to Become Red Willow Park
Lyla June Johnston
As a half European and half Navajo woman, I had a difficult time watching the two sides of my ancestry divided...
Native History: Father De Smet Talks Peace With Sitting Bull
This Date in Native History: On June 19, 1868, Father Pierre-Jean De Smet, a Jesuit missionary, met with the great Sioux Chief Sitting Bull in an attempt to convince “hostile” Indi...
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Bosque Redondo: Does a Teepee-Shaped Building Represent the Site Properly?
Native History: Potawatomi Removed at Gunpoint, Trail of Death Begins
Video: New York Times Features Germany’s Fascination With Natives
Native History: To Make Winter Survival Difficult, Army Slaughters 900 Horses
Video: Manoomin and the Importance of Ricing
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