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This Is Not a Stereotypical Documentary
Swinomish Study Climate Change Impacts
Angels Watching Over Indigenous Children
Why Not? Alaska’s Fusion Candidacy
Help College Profs Bridge Divides
83-year-old ‘Beloved Arab’ Laid to Rest
Portal for Native Entrepreneurs
Native Sports Legends Talk about Native
Mohegans Do Good—Rappell Down Skyscraper
Lummi Totem Unites Enviro Defenders
Why Is There a Teepee at Bosque Redondo?
My Peace Corps Experience
4 More Challenges Facing Native Students
$37,400 up for Grabs at NIRC in Fort Hal
Travel Can Flatten the Pocketbook
Eagle Feather Law & State Tribes
Tribal Leaders Should Help Govern the US
NOAA Gives $400K for Penobscot River
Brown Bear Hunt Banned in Kenai Refuge
NYT Showcases Tribal Species Stewardship
Thing About Skins
Burial Mounds Threatened By Quarry Seeking Profits
In the woodlands of Wisconsin an effigy mound of a bird towers 50 feet above a sand and gravel quarry. At one time, there were seven mounds on the site, known as the Ward Mounds...
Native History: Land Rush for Oklahoma Indian Territory Begins
This Date in Native History: A cannon sounded at high noon on April 22, 1889, signaling the beginning of a frantic land rush into newly opened Indian lands in Oklahoma Territory...
Carlisle Indian Industrial School Farmhouse to Be Preserved
The farmhouse on the Carlisle Indian Industrial School grounds will be preserved and not demolished according to the Farmhouse Coalition, a group of Carlisle descendants, relatives...
Native History: Chief Pontiac Murdered in Cahokia
This Date in Native History: On April 20, 1769, Ottawa war chief Pontiac was murdered in Cahokia, Illinois...
Pipeline Leak Spotlights Threats to the Archaeoecology of the Ohio Valley
On March 17, a man strolling through the Oak Glen Nature Preserve along the Great Miami River noticed a patch of black crude oil in an intermittent stream bed...
Key Adena Earthworks and Preserve Saved in Ohio
A consortium of preservation groups made history on March 18 by winning a land auction for one of the most important surviving Adena earthworks of the Ohio Valley...
Native History: Greed, Deception and Exile Result in 1756 Scalp Act
This Date in Native History: On April 8, 1756, “The 1756 Scalp Act was the result of close to 40 years of the Penn family lying to Delaware and Shawnees,” Pennsylvania Historian No...
Native History: Alcohol and Murder Result in Loss of 50 Million Acres
This Date in Native History: On April 6, 1832 Black Hawk’s War began...
Native History: Pocahontas Marries John Rolfe in Jamestown
This Date in Native History: On April 5, 1614, Pocahontas, daughter of the Algonquin chief, married tobacco farmer John Rolfe in Jamestown, Virginia, in a ceremony that forged an a...
Native History: Ponce de Leon Arrives in Florida; Beginning of the End
This Date in Native History: On April 2, 1513, Spanish explorer Juan Ponce de Leon landed on the southeastern coast of Florida, claiming the territory for the Spanish crown and for...
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History Got it Wrong: Scientists Now Say Serpent Mound as Old as Aristotle
Native History: Commemorating Battle of the Badlands 150th Anniversary
Getting it Right: Lenape Man Changing Indiana’s Views on Native History
Celebrate Chickasaw Spirit at the Annual Meeting and Festival
‘History Girls’ Propose Native Site Recognition for Passanageset Knoll
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