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23rd Annual Zuni Festival of Arts
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Memorial Day at the Chickasaw Center
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Cherokee Fading Voices Demonstration Day
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Navajo Veteran Reflects on 110 Days as a Prisoner Of War
November 11, 2011
He left the Navajo Reservation in 1943 as part of the World War II draft, but Thomas Lynch returned home 19-months later a veteran riflemen, German Prisoner of War and nights fille...
Charles Coleman: Military Intelligence and Futuristic Dreams
August 31, 2011
Charles Coleman not only helped to develop intelligence technology for the Vietnam era; at the dawn of the computer age he was also assigned to dream up future technology for the a...
Durbin Feeling: Nightmares of War and Dreams of the Future
August 16, 2011
Speakers of the Cherokee language know Durbin Feeling as the author of the Cherokee- English Dictionary , which has been in print since 1975 through Cherokee publications...
Cuban Missile Crisis Vet: We Were in Imminent Danger
August 01, 2011
American Indian U.S. Army veteran Thomas Lewis is the Chief of the Meherrin Tribe; a state recognized tribe located in Hertford County, North Carolina. Drafted into the U.S...
Terry Cole: No Yellow Ribbons for a Vietnam Vet
July 26, 2011
We sometimes forget the Vietnam War was so unpopular in the 1970s that simply trying to come back home to the United States could be a challenge, even the veterans who never saw an...
Assistant Secretary Echo Hawk Visits With Wounded Marine
July 20, 2011
Marine Corporal Phillip Baldwin, Shoshone-Bannock, of Ft. Hall, Idaho had a special visitor recently while being treated at Bethesda Naval Hospital...
Richard Allen: No One Joins the Marines To Be a Clerk
July 19, 2011
Richard Allen joined the Marines during the Vietnam War because he grew up in an American Indian community where many of the men were World War II veterans...
Young American Indian Warrior Gives His Life Willingly for Country and Family
July 09, 2011
An outstanding young man and a role model for youth his age in the Keweenaw Bay Indian Community (KBIC) in Michigan’s Upper Peninsula, Spec. Robert L. Voakes Jr...
Honored for Services Behind the Lines
July 05, 2011
While we honor our war heroes, not everyone serves on the frontlines...
Cherokee Colonel Embodies Warrior Spirit
Cherokee Nation News
May 27, 2011
Col. Joel Ward, a Cherokee Nation citizen, says we may not realize it but many real-life heroes walk among us every day, including the young soldiers under his command...
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