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Son, Tribe Saddened by Supreme Court Denial of Appeal to Return Jim Thorpe's Remains Home
The pursuit to bring legendary athlete Jim Thorpe’s remains back home to Oklahoma from Pennsylvania based on the Native American Graves Protection and Repatriation Act (NAGPRA) has...
Bring Jim Thorpe Home Campaign Gaining Support After Tribe Petitions U.S. Supreme Court
The campaign to bring the remains of legendary Native athlete Jim Thorpe home is gathering support after lawyers representing Thorpe’s two remaining sons, Bill and Richard Thorpe, ...
‘Bring Jim Thorpe Home’ Campaign Begins; His Sons Ask Supreme Court to Resolve Burial Dispute
The “Bring Jim Thorpe Home” campaign launched Wednesday after lawyers for Thorpe’s sons petitioned the U.S...
Controversy Over Jim Thorpe’s Remains Subject of Play Reading, Panel Discussion
Matthew L.M. Fletcher, Turtle Talk
The Penn Museum in Philadelphia will hosts a staged reading of My Father's Bones , a short play by nationally renowned Native American writers and activists Suzan Shown Harjo and M...
Thorpe Family Considering Appeal of Ruling on Jim Thorpe's Remains
Despite a Philadelphia court's ruling against moving Olympic gold medalist Jim Thorpe's remains from Pennsylvania to Oklahoma, the long legal battle is still not over for family me...
Native History: Alcohol and Murder Result in Theft of 50 Million Acres
This Date in Native History: On April 6, 1832 Black Hawk’s War began...
Second Chief Orvena Gregory: NMAI’s Meet Native America Series
In the interview series Meet Native America , the Smithsonian National Museum of the American Indian invites tribal leaders, cultural figures, and other interesting and accomplishe...
Kansas Recognizes Contributions of Native American Tribes
Governor signs proclamation offering Tribes apology Leaders of the Kickapoo Tribe, Prairie Band Potawatomi Nation, Iowa Tribe, Sac and Fox Nation, and Kaw Nation joined Kansas Gove...
Black Hawk Tobacco Can Sell Untaxed Cigarettes to Tribal Members Only
Black Hawk Tobacco Inc., owned by Frederick Allen McAllister of the Sac and Fox Nation of Oklahoma, can only sell its untaxed, non-fire-safe cigarettes to members of federally reco...