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Controversy Over Bear River Massacre Archaeological Survey
An archaeological exploration of the Bear Creek Massacre grounds, where 450 Northwestern Shoshone men, women, and children were killed on January 29, 1863, has been approved by the...
10 Images to Help Remember the Bear River Massacre
On January 29, 1863, 450 Northwestern Shoshone were killed along the Bear River, near present day Preston, Idaho, in perhaps the largest massacre in United States history...
Remembering the Bear River Massacre on the 150th Anniversary
Every January 29, the Northwestern Band of Shoshone hosts a memorial in remembrance of the estimated 300 men, women and children of their nation who were slain in 1863 by an all-vo...
2012 Retrospective: August
Take a look back at August 2012's biggest stories from the pages of our weekly magazine, This Week From Indian Country Today ...