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1790 Treaty of New York Arrives at NMAI
A delegation from Muscogee (Creek) nation was on hand in Washington, D.C. on March 16 to witness the arrival of the 1790 Treaty of New York...
Muscogee Delegation Will Head to DC for 1790 Treaty of New York Display
Muscogee (Creek) Nation
A Muscogee (Creek) Nation delegation will travel to Washington, D.C...
Video: Watch ‘Bad Acts, Bad Paper’ Panel This Weekend on C-SPAN3
C-SPAN3’s American History TV will air the “Bad Acts, Bad Paper” Panel from the Nation to Nation Symposium on October 11 at 2 p.m...
Treaty of Canandaigua Arrives at National Museum of the American Indian
Vilsack Appoints Two American Indians to Key USDA Roles
On May 31, Thomas Vilsack, secretary of the United States Department of Agriculture, announced the appointment of two prominent American Indians to positions within the USDA...
NMAI Celebrates With Inaugural Ball
Today many Americans across the nation will celebrate the inauguration of President Barack Obama ...
Mitsitam Native Foods Café Beats Out Other D.C. Eateries for 'Casual Restaurant of the Year' Award
Mitsitam Native Foods Café , the Native-focused eatery at the Smithsonian National Museum of the American Indian , was honored by the Restaurant Association of Metropolitan Washing...
Valbuena’s Journey and Recognition
When Lynn “Nay” Valbuena was just 20, a young mother with two toddlers, she was appointed housing commissioner for the San Manuel Band of Serrano Mission Indians ...