chowanoke-146-acre-parcel
Justin Petrone
8/10/16
For nearly two centuries, the Chowanoke—an Algonquian people indigenous to northeastern North Carolina—were relegated to history books and considered by some experts to be extinct...
franklin-delano-roosevelt
Alysa Landry
8/9/16
Editor’s note: Voters this year will elect the 45th president of the United States...
cataldo-mission-painting
Jack McNeel
8/8/16
An interesting, historical painting has been hiding amongst thousands of feet of 19th century paintings in the U.S. Capitol in Washington, D.C...
native-chef-loretta-barrett-oden-market
ICTMN Staff
8/6/16
Native chef, food historian, and lecturer Loretta Barrett Oden will visit the Cheyenne River Youth Project August 11 to 12 for the nonprofit’s “Learning to Eat Like Our Ancestors” ...
duluth-1901-guide
Konnie LeMay
8/4/16
Back in 1901, promoters of Duluth, Minnesota, were pointing out where inquisitive tourists could see “Indians.” Amid details on fishing regulations, prominent local industries, imp...
istock-raised-hands
Richard Walker
8/3/16
A state law requires schools in Washington to teach students the history of the state’s 29 federally recognized indigenous nations, just as they teach U.S. and state history...
herbert-hoover-white-house
Alysa Landry
8/2/16
Editor’s note: Voters this year will elect the 45th president of the United States...
cherokee-elder-valentino-burnett
ICTMN Staff
7/30/16
Born on Valentine’s Day, Cherokee Elder Valentino “Tino” Burnett tells viewers how cattle used to roam free back then...
appaloosa-riders-nez-perce-trail
Jack McNeel
7/28/16
The Nez Perce Trail is rugged, and often remote, but 167 horseback riders—both Indian and non-Indian—recently completed the annual 100-mile ride along it...
toypurina-ramona-gardens
Dina Gilio-Whitaker
7/25/16
In the category of “famous Native American women,” everyone has heard of Pocahontas and Sacajawea...

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