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‘History Girls’ Propose Native Site Recognition for Passanageset Knoll
The Broad Meadows Marsh in Quincy, Massachusetts, is another recent success in the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers’ aquatic habitat restoration...
Celebrate Chickasaw Spirit at the Annual Meeting and Festival
Dana Lance/Chickasaw Nation
Chickasaw heritage, customs and unconquerable spirit will come to life as people from across the globe gather in Chickasaw Country for the 2014 Chickasaw Nation Annual Meeting and ...
Getting it Right: Lenape Man Changing Indiana’s Views on Native History
Michael Pace hoists a tomahawk over his head, steps forward and lets it fly. Applause breaks out as the blade sinks easily into a wooden target 20 feet away...
Native History: Commemorating Battle of the Badlands 150th Anniversary
This Date in Native History: Today marks the beginning of the 150th anniversary of the Battle of the Badlands, which began on August 7, 1864 between present-day Medora and Sentinel...
History Got it Wrong: Scientists Now Say Serpent Mound as Old as Aristotle
Serpent Mound in rural Adams County, Ohio, is one of the premier Native American earthworks in the hemisphere...
Long Walk: Author to Hike the Steps of the Navajo
Ronald R. Cooper, Comanche, will be embarking on a 535-mile journey this September—the same journey the Navajos were forced to take in the 1860s...
Maine Paper Completes 29-Part Series on Passamaquoddy Tribe
A Maine newspaper’s unprecedented 29-part series on the triumphs and tragedies of the Passamaquoddy people concluded on Sunday, July 27...
Memories of Alcatraz Occupation: ‘It had a worldwide impact’
More than 40 years ago, Alcatraz was the scene of a large occupation in support of Native American people, which got international attention...
National Park Service Awards $1.3M in Battlefield Preservation Grants
National Park Service
The National Park Service has awarded 21 preservation grants totaling more than $1.3 million to help preserve, protect, document and interpret America’s significant battlefield lan...
Teachers From Across Turtle Island Flock to Gold Rush Sites
Typically it’s the students who take field trips, but last week it was the teachers’ turn...
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