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Dairy Farms Prospered in Once-Lush Sahara
Picture the Sahara desert. Now picture it filled with herders milking cattle. Hard to believe, right?...
Join Supporters Who Wish to Save the Wakarusa Wetlands for a Sunrise Ceremony
Right now a group of Haskell Indian Nations University students and supporters are trekking to Washington, D.C...
Celebrate the Great Mound of Mound Bottom in Tennessee
In observance of National Sacred Places Prayer Days , a Muscogee “Creek” Citizens Gathering will take place on Saturday, June 23, at 10 a.m., at The Great Mound, Mound Bottom archa...
Tribal Governments: What Price ‘Democracy’?
A puzzling aspect of the term tribe is its lack of a clear definition. Even the Department of the Interior, the last word on federal recognition, doesn’t have one...
War of 1812 Exhibit in Ottawa Offers Four Perspectives
A new exhibit at the Canadian War Museum in Ottawa, Ontario takes a new approach at looking at the War of 1812, delving into the four perspectives of each group involved—Canadians ...
George Washington’s Gift to Native Leader Featured on History Channel
Chief Alexander McGillivray A watch said to have been custom made as a gift from George Washington to Alexander McGillivray, an 18 th century Creek leader, was featured in the June...
Piece of Indian Pottery Found in Illinois Creates a Mystery
When Scott Hewitt, who guides canoe and kayak trips on the Sangamon River, discovered the piece of American Indian pottery he thought it was just a piece of rock, reported The Stat...
Seattle Art Museum’s Aboriginal Collection is Extensive, But How’d it Get That Way?
Vancouver Sun blogger Douglas Todd recently called Seattle Art Museum’s (SAM) permanent collection of aboriginal artwork “beautiful, well-presented, entrancing and a touch mystical...
What Came First, the Raven or the Eagle?
Many have heard the question: What came first, the chicken or the egg? But what about the Raven or the Eagle?...
Sacred Artifacts Returned to Onondaga Nation
Even though she didn’t live to see it, Tuesday would have been a happy day for Onondaga Nation clan mother Dorothy Webster...
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