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Simon Moya-Smith
11/24/14
'Tis that time of year again, folks, when people transform their tiny tykes into paper-mache pilgrims and Indians...
Ann C. Tweedy
7/20/14

The accepted story of how the English settled New England begins with a virgin soil epidemic destroying 90 to 95 percent of the native population. The range of this plague is very specific, between the Saco River (present day Maine) and southeastern Massachusetts and Cape Cod....

Gale Courey Toensing
4/1/14
This Date in Native History: The Avalon Project at Yale University has one of the most comprehensive digital databases of Indian treaties and other documents relating to the settle...
Vincent Schilling
3/6/14
Here at ICTMN, we have written several articles of late that have served as indicators of just what makes someone a Native American...
Alysa Landry
12/18/13
This Date in Native History: On December 18, 1620, the Mayflower docked at Plymouth, Massachusetts, establishing the first permanent white settlement in America and forever changin...
ICTMN Staff
12/2/13
Learning about Native history and culture doesn't need to be relegated to one month of the year...
Vincent Schilling
11/28/13
Considering ICTMN has published its fair share of the true history of Thanksgiving, in which 90 Wampanoag shared provisions with the Pilgrims in 1621, we thought we would take a bi...
Gale Courey Toensing
11/28/13
When Linda Coombs, Aquinnah Wampanoag historian, scholar, educator and artist, appeared at the New England American Studies Association’s (NEASA) annual meeting this fall, she capt...
ICTMN Staff
11/21/13
For the first time ever, members of the Wampanoag Tribe will participate in the annual America’s Hometown Thanksgiving Parade in Plymouth, Massachusetts...
Alysa Landry
9/16/13
This Date in Native History: History.com says the Mayflower sailed from Plymouth, England, on September 16, 1620, but is that accurate?...

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