ICTMN Staff
7/10/14
For readers who thought of the mid-1960s civil rights struggle as taking place in the American South, the opening chapters of a 29-part series now being published by the Portland P...
USET Release
6/6/14
The 2014 USET Semi-Annual Meeting opened with an honoring ceremony of several tribal citizens of the Wabanaki Tribes (Maine) who served in the United States armed forces...
Gale Courey Toensing
5/1/14
The Passamaquoddy Tribe’s battle with the State of Maine over Native fishing rights became an interstate issue recently when New York State authorities lodged multiple felony poach...
Gale Courey Toensing
4/8/14
The Passamaquoddy Tribe’s fishery law has been amended to implement individual catch quotas for the lucrative elver season that began on April 5...
Gale Courey Toensing
2/5/14
Maine’s Attorney General Janet Mills has been taken to task by Maine Indian Tribal-State Commission Chairwoman Jamie Bissonette Lewey for raising a questionable “constitutional con...
Gale Courey Toensing
8/22/13
A mix of anti-Indian laws and court rulings along with the Maine state attorney general’s unilateral interpretations of the Wabanaki nations’ settlement acts have imposed restricti...
Jackleen de la Harpe
5/21/13
In Indian country, frybread, Indian tacos, curly fries and pizza have become as “traditional” as the dancing and socializing of annual pow wows and celebrations...
Gale Courey Toensing
2/4/13
When the Wabanaki tribes and the State of Maine signed an agreement in the spring of 2011 to create a Maine/Wabanaki Truth and Reconciliation Process to heal the past abuses of Ind...
Rob Capriccioso
9/10/12
UPDATED SEPTEMBER 13, 2012: Keith Harper, one of the principal lawyers who worked on the Cobell settlement, has provided ICTMN with new information that clarifies some of the incid...

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