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Petroglyphs Offer Glimpse of Early Native American Life
Petroglyphs in remote areas of Northern California offer glimpses of the Maidu and Nisenan tribes that used to inhabit the area. U.S...
Pechanga Sacred Site Gets Another Public Hearing
The proposed Liberty Quarry in Riverside County is not only opposed by the Pechanga Band of Luiseno Indians, but also by San Diego State University (SDSU) and the city of Temecula;...
Sacred Sites: San Francisco Peaks
The San Francisco Peak s are located in Arizona, on federal land within the Coconino National Forest...
Sacred Sites: Eagle Rock, Michigan
Some sacred sites are threatened, and others are on the road to recovery; Eagle Rock, on Michigan's Upper Peninsula, awaits its scheduled end like a convict on death row...
Sacred Sites: Pyramid Lake and Stone Mother
Iconic Pyramid Lake and its surrounding Paiute landmarks are under siege by a combination of vandalism and conflicts over water rights...
Sacred Sites: Loyal Creeks Sites to be Commemorated
In 1861 “Loyal Creeks” battled Confederate forces around Oklahoma to gain promised federal protections in Kansas...
Sacred Sites: Help the Pechanga Pray for Ancestral Landscape
As part of the 2011 National Sacred Places Prayer Days the Pechanga Band of Luiseno Indians is asking for prayers to get county officials to see the dire impacts Granite Constructi...
Sacred Sites: Onondaga Lake
On June 20, the Onondaga Nation invited all to a peaceful gathering to honor the lake, formerly one of the most polluted in the country...
Sacred Sites: Kumeyaay Fight for Burial and Ceremonial Grounds
News broke in 2010 of the Padre Dam Municipal Water District’s plan to develop a reservoir and pumping station in San Diego County, California—the problem is the site of planned de...
Sacred Sites: Washington, D.C. is Playground to the Decision Makers
American Indians and non-Native supporters have been gathering at places around the country since June 17 in support of the 2011 National Day of Prayer to Protect Native American S...
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Mount Taylor Will Be Protected, Case Sets Sacred Sites Precedent
Confederated Tribes of the Goshute Reservation Join Water Coalition
Calif. Sacred Sites Bill Would Boost Protections but Exclude Some 50 Tribes
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