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Montreal Massacre Marked in Canada
6 Tribes That Received FEMA Relief
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Cherokee Devotes Time Tribe's Betterment
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Law Expert on Task Force for Native Kids
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Good Morning, Anchorage! Top 10 Cities With Highest Percentage Natives
Thanks to the U.S. Census Bureau and its effort to count us all once a decade, we have another interesting list to report on...
First Stewards Resolution Asks U.S. Congress to Formally Recognize Ecological Knowledge of Coastal Indigenous People
Climate change is altering the very fabric of indigenous people—especially that of coastal communities...
Chaske Spencer to Appear at Harvest Pow Wow this Weekend in Illinois
Actor Chaske Spencer will be the star attraction of the coming Harvest Pow Wow, taking place at Naperville Settlement this Saturday and Sunday, September 22 and 23, in Naperville, ...
The Truth vs. Twilight: Quileute Website Explores Reality and Fiction
Quileutes do not turn into wolves. Quileute culture has no references to vampires or Cold Ones. Quileute men are not shirtless and prone to violent resolution of disputes...
$15.1 Million in Affordable Housing Grants Awarded
The U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development has awarded $15 million to 12 tribal governments in Washington state to help address local affordable housing needs...
Quileute Officials Lobby D.C. for Safety Improvements
Quileute Nation officials say the transfer of traditional lands now held by the U.S...
Puget Sound Treasure: Washington Tribes Turn Clams into Cash in Asian Market
Tribes surrounding Puget Sound dive into deep waters and plow the marine floors for geoducks –the world’s largest clams, which bury their long necks in the sand, and are considered...
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