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Arvel Bird: Still Sharing the Love
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5 More Natives Who Should Replace Andrew Jackson on the $20 Bill
In 2012, we spotlighted Andrew Jackson as our top pick for...
Seeing the Sites of Arizona: 11 Images
Arizona is a state rich in history and culture. Twenty-two...
What Do You Think of When You Hear Navajo? Here Are 7 Iconic Images
At roughly the size of West Virginia, the Navajo Nation is...
Is This Crazy Horse? Investigating Indian Country's Most Controversial Photo
Once again, the debate over the alleged tintype photo of...
Will Right-Wing Extremist Documentary Be Required Viewing in Florida?
In America: Imagine the World Without Her, self-styled...
Fight the Power: 5 Visionaries of Native Resistance
From the 1700s through the end of the 1800s, visionaries...
American Indian History
Citations Against Winnemem Wintu Chief Dismissed
Federal court officials decided Monday, October 15 to dismiss the citations issued to Caleen Sisk, Winnemem Wintu Tribe chief and spiritual leader, for the tribe’s use of a motorbo...
More Than 120 Ancestors Repatriated and Laid to Rest in Michigan
The Nibokaan Ancestral Cemetery on the on the Isabella Indian Reservation in Mt...
Is Current Indian Policy Sufficient?
The year 1928 saw the release of the so-called Meriam Report, the first comprehensive overview of U.S. Indian policy since the 1850s...
The Battle of Queenston Heights Was the Shining Hour for Natives in the War of 1812
David P. Ball
As the 200th anniversary of the War of 1812’s first major battle approached, Native peoples on both sides of the U.S.–Canada border were gearing up for some historic commemorations...
Winnipeg Researchers Get $500K For Residential Schools Digital Storytelling Project
A $500,000 grant from the Aboriginal Healing Foundation will help the University of Winnipeg’s Oral History Centre produce a digital storytelling project to document the intergener...
Final Chance This Year to Explore the Magnificent Ancient Native American Newark Octagon Earthworks
"Two thousand years ago, Native Americans built one of the most amazing monuments of antiquity in the place we now call Newark, Ohio," says Brad Lepper, Curator of Archaeology for ...
Lakota: The Revitalization of Language and the Persistence of Spirit
New programs to teach and restore the lost language and cultural heritage of the Lakota Sioux offers hope for the children who live on reservations where dire poverty, suicide, une...
Willamette Meteorite Chunk Part of Largest Meteorite Auction Ever in NYC
We’ve been awash in meteorites lately, what with asteroids flying by and meteor showers abounding this month. (Meteorites are what meteors become once they land...
Free Archeaology Fun Day Fest to Benefit Proposed Montauk Indian Museum
The Montauk Indian Museum Committee is hosting its first Archaeology Fest, to be held Saturday, October 13, 2012, on the grounds of the Montauk Historical Society's Second House Mu...
Oneida Indian Nation Representative Ray Halbritter Named to American Revolution Center Board of Directors
On October 11 Oneida Indian Nation Representative and Chief Executive Officer Ray Halbritter and two others were named to the American Revolution Center board of directors...
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