Vincent Schilling
5/7/13
Arica L. Coleman is an assistant professor of Black American Studies at the University of Delaware...
Anne Minard
12/17/12
Gary “Litefoot” Davis walks confidently as he leads a tour of the Mesa, Arizona offices of the National Center For American Indian Enterprise Development (NCAIED)...
Daniel Garza
10/12/12

For a short time, soon after the first railroad tracks were laid down on the rich agricultural basin of central Washington State around the early 1900s, federal policy allowed government agents to break up the Indian reservations into allotments to be owned by individual Indians in an effort to e...

Terri Hansen
8/15/12
Treaty fishing rights are meaningless if there are no healthy fish populations left to harvest, say Pacific Northwest tribes, fishers and tribal environmental organizations...
Carol Craig
6/13/12
An 18-minute black-and-white film, “The Last Salmon Feast of the Celilo Indians,” was produced by the Oregon Historical Society in the late 1950s to document the final fish ceremon...
Washington State University
2/6/12
The most-used archive in the Washington State University Libraries is a collection of books, manuscripts, photos and artifacts from Nez Perce, Yakama and other Columbia Plateau Ind...
Richard Walker
5/5/11
WHITE SWAN, Wash. – Flags fluttered in the breeze as the government-chartered plane landed at 4:30 p.m...
Carol Craig with additional reporting by Terri Hansen
3/2/11
YAMAKA NATION, Wash.—Sadness, grief and heartache etch the faces of Yakama tribal members following the Feb...

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