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Obama Proclaims Río Grande del Norte a National Monument, Significant Site for Natives
Yesterday, March 25, by proclamation, President Obama established Río Grande del Norte as a National Monument...
How Estonia Preserved Its Culture
Recently, my wife, Allyson, and I landed in Estonia, a tiny, little-known nation tucked away in the northeast corner of Europe just south of Finland...
Native Vote Could Sway National and Local Elections in Michigan
Environmental concerns, border control and other state and national issues are among the Election Day hot topics for Michigan’s Native population...
Nevada Commission on Tourism Appoints First Native American Member, Pyramid Lake Paiute Tribal Chairman Wayne Burke
Nevada Gov. Brian Sandoval has appointed Tribal Chairman Wayne Burke to the Nevada Commission on Tourism (NCOT)...
View from Seneca Casino: Tightrope Artist Practices to Walk Across the Gorge of Niagara Falls
Wallenda, seventh generation circus performer and a 32-year-old faher of three, will walk the 1,800 feet across the gorge of Niagara Falls, while balancing on a two-inch-diameter s...
Bright Idea: California’s Chemehuevi Indian Tribe Helps Light Lake Havasu to Lessen Accidents
Although a river runs between them, members of California’s Chemehuevi Indian Tribe (a Mojave term meaning “those that play with fish”) have teamed up with non-native partners on t...
A Family Affair: The Indian Museum in the Pocono Mountains
Mal Law is not a Native American, but since 1974 when he established The Pocono Indian Museum here in Bushkill, Pennsylvania, he has been giving history lessons and recreating the ...
Study Shows Tourism Spending Increasing Across Navajo Nation
Business Week reports that America's largest Indian reservation has seen an increase in spending by visitors to the tune of a nearly 33% jump in the past few years...
Indian Country Markets Tourism at World’s Largest Show
At the largest travel show in the world, ITB Berlin 2012, thousands of people came to the Discover America Pavilion to “see the Indians” and learn more about Native cultures in the...
Hualapai Tribe Declares Eminent Domain to Manage Grand Canyon Skywalk
The Hualapai Tribal Nation has voted to take over the management of the Grand Canyon Skywalk from David Jin, the tourist attraction's Las Vegas-based developer, reported the Associ...
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